BOSTON (WWLP) – With Attorney General Maura Healey running for Governor, Massachusetts voters decided who will be her replacement.

Former Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell is the winner over her republican opponent, Bourne Attorney Jay McMahon. During her victory speech, Campbell thanked her faith family, including her twin brother Andre who died while in state custody.

“He and so many of you have given me the courage to keep pressing forward to turn pain into purpose and my god has given me the power to make it happen,” said Campbell.

Former Boston City Councilor Andrea Campbell was the Democratic nominee after defeating Shannon Liss-Riordan and Quentin Palfrey in the state primaries.

Bourne Attorney Jay McMahon was the Republican nominee challenging Campbell for the Attorney General position. This is the second run for the position, as McMahon was the GOP’s candidate for Attorney General four years ago, a race he lost to Maura Healey.