Humason re-elected in 2nd Hampden and Hampshire District

District has been represented by Humason since 2013

Candidates in the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire Senate District are seen here. Southampton Democrat Jerome "J.D." Parker-O'Grady is seen at left. Incumbent Sen. Don Humason (R-Westfield) is at right.

WESTFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Incumbent Republican Don Humason is the winner of the state senate race in the 2nd Hampden and Hampshire District, 22News projects.

With 73% of precincts reporting, Humason is leading Democrat J.D. Parker O’Grady with 33,051 votes or 63% to Parker-O’Grady’s 19,129 votes or 37%.

Humason celebrated with supporters Tuesday night at East Mountain Country Club in Westfield.

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A former state representative from Westfield, Humason won election to the Senate in a special election in 2013. He was elected to a full term of his own in 2014. Parker-O’Grady is a law school student from Southampton.

Senator Humason says he plans to focus on issues here in the western part of the state during his next two years

The 2nd Hampden and Hampshire District includes all precincts in Agawam, Holyoke, Easthampton, Granville, Montgomery, Russell, Southampton, Southwick, Tolland, and Westfield. It also includes portions of Chicopee’s Aldenville, Fairview, and Willimansett neighborhoods.