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What's Next For Winners, Losers After Boston Election

08 Novembre 2017

Voters in Boston have re-elected Marty Walsh to a second term as mayor. Election officials reported relatively light voter turnout in most of the city's precincts in the nonpartisan contest.

Walsh was criticized in some quarters for originally supporting Boston's aborted bid to land the 2024 Olympics.

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Walsh, 50, is a former labor leader and longtime state representative, serving the Boston neighborhood of Dorchester at the Massachusetts State House before beating 11 other candidates who vied to replace the late Mayor Thomas Menino in 2013.

Tito Jackson, Boston city councilor for District 7. He previously has worked as a sales and marketing professional, a director in Patrick's Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development, and the political director of Patrick's 2010 re-election campaign. He argued too many people were being priced out of Boston by soaring rents and property values.

What's Next For Winners, Losers After Boston Election