Latest returns last evening assured the re-election of Calvin Coolidge for Governor of Massachusetts by a plurality of from 50,000 to 100,000. A record vote was cast, exceeding that of 520,000 which was polled in 1916. Mr. Coolidge gained tremendously in every district; in Boston alone latest returns last night indicated that Long's plurality had been cut to 6000.
Coolidge Re-elected Governor
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