SCARBOROUGH — In unofficial results, Anne Carney, a Democrat will return to the Maine Senate to represent residents of District 29. She had 14,588 votes compared to her opponent, Republican John Lewis, with 4,699 votes. SD 29 includes Cape Elizabeth, South Portland and part of Scarborough.

“I am so grateful to the people of District 29 for again trusting me to be their voice in Augusta,” said Carney in a statement. “The priorities of our community are at the heart of my work: housing and homelessness, health care, civil rights and access to justice in Maine courts, and environmental protection are urgent issues. I am eager to continue working to honor these priorities in the Legislature each day. I am proud to return to Augusta to be part of a team of hardworking and impactful legislators to get things done for Maine people.”

For Senate District 30, Democrat Stacy Brenner is the winner with 5,294 votes. Her ran against Republican Timothy Thorsen, who earned 3,800 votes. SD 30 includes Gorham and part of Scarborough.

Democrat Sophia Warren bested Republican Lisa Markowski 3,592 to 1,724, for House District 123. HD 124 includes Scarborough.

In House District 125, which includes Scarborough, Kelly Murphy, a Democrat, was elected over Alan Livingston, a Republican, 2,854 to 1,938.

Democrat Andrew Gattine ran uncontested for House District 126, which includes Scarborough, Saco, Westbrook.

Vote tallies are from the Portland Press Herald.

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