BOSTON -- State Rep. Mark Roosevelt, D-Boston, bested two opponents on Tuesday to become the Democratic nominee in the race against Gov. William F. Weld.

Roosevelt captured the nomination with 49% of the primary vote, beating out former state Sen. George Bachrach and state Sen. Michael Barrett. Weld ran unopposed for the Republican nomination.

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