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With time winding down before Tuesday’s election, mayoral candidates John R. Connolly and Martin J. Walsh had one message for voters: Show up at the polls.
The two contenders in Boston’s first competitive mayoral race in three decades shrugged off questions about newly released polls and outside spending in the race as they both dashed across the city, from event to event. At senior centers, press conferences, and town halls meetings, they urged supporters to make it to the polls on Election Day.