0.7 min readBy Published On: September 27th, 2017Categories: News2 Comments

Ed Flynn took home more than 56 percent of the vote in District 2 on Tuesday. He’ll face former Menino administration aide Mike Kelley in the general election on Tuesday, November 7th.

In the mayoral race – no surprises with Marty Walsh taking 62% of the vote and challenger Tito Jackson earning 28%. Walsh and Jackson will face off again in the final election.

On November 7th, you will also be voting for City Council at-Large as well. There are 8 candidates running for 4 spots.
Michael Flaherty (incumbent)
Michelle Wu (incumbent)
Annissa Essaibi George (incumbent)
Ayanna Pressley (incumbent)
Althea Garrison (challenger)
Pat Payaso (challenger)
Domingos DaRosa (challenger)
William King (challenger)

 

Mark your calendar and make a plan to vote! The turnout for the preliminary election was a very low. Only 14% of registered voters in the City of Boston turned out to vote.

2 Comments

  1. Ed September 27, 2017 at 8:27 am - Reply

    So the only options are a seemingly senile old woman who has been running for a seat since the 70’s and……a legit clown. Seriously? smh

    • Typical Millenial September 27, 2017 at 1:58 pm - Reply

      Seems like that’s the common theme these days.

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