Massachusetts Sen. Ed MarkeyEdward (Ed) John MarkeyOVERNIGHT ENERGY: New documents show EPA rolled back mileage standards despite staff, WH concerns | Land management bureau grants 75 royalty rate cuts for oil and gas | EPA employees allege leadership interference with science in watchdog survey EPA's Wheeler grilled by Democrats over environmental rollbacks amid COVID-19 Markey says EPA administrator should apologize to minorities for coronavirus response MORE (D) has won reelection, defeating Republican challenger Brian Herr, according to multiple projections. 


Markey was seeking a full, six-year term after winning a special election last year to fill the Senate seat vacated when John Kerry became secretary of State.

Before moving to the upper chamber, Markey served three decades in the House.