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The 2013 Boston mayoral race

BOSTON MAYOR

 

CASINO (East Boston)

 

CASINO (Revere)

Martin Walsh
52%
72,514 votes
John Connolly
48%
67,606 votes
Yes
44%
3,353 votes
No
56%
4,281 votes
Yes
61%
6,566 votes
No
39%
4,232 votes
Updated: 10:27 PM | 100% of precincts reporting
 
100% of precincts reporting
 
100% of precincts reporting

Boston mayoral race videos

Menino's legacy

Menino's legacy in Boston

Menino's legacy in Boston

Mayor Thomas Menino will not seek a 6th term. Take a look back at his years in Boston.
Locals who've met the mayor
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Locals who've met the mayor

Bostonians tell the Boston Globe about meeting Mayor Thomas Menino.
Your pics with Mayor Menino

Your pics with Mayor Menino

According to a Globe poll, almost half of those surveyed had met the mayor at one time.
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Mayor-elect

Martin J. Walsh

Walsh, 46, is advocating for working people. He lives in Dorchester and is the current state representative.

Walsh may spur late-night MBTA service, hours of operation

It was one of Marty Walsh’s campaign promises: If elected, he would push for late-night MBTA service, using state funds and partnerships with private organizations to make the extended hours a reality.

Walsh transition team shaping up

Boston’s Mayor-elect Martin J. Walsh is expected to announce Friday that the group includes two of his former mayoral race rivals, sources say.

Martin J. Walsh, a legislator and long-time labor leader, ground out a narrow victory over City Councilor John R. Connolly today to become Boston’s 48th mayor, propelled by a diverse coalition that transcended geography, race, and ideology.

#DearBosMayor: What should be first?

Martin J. Walsh defeated John Connolly to become Boston's next mayor. What should he tackle first when he takes office? What should he set as his highest priorities for the city? Post your suggestions here or tweet using #DearBosMayor.

Pictures: Scenes from Election Day 2013

Pictures: Scenes from Election Day 2013 (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
All eyes were on Boston as the city selected its first new mayor in 20 years. Here's a look at all the Election Day activity.
Menino says voting today is bittersweet

Menino says voting today is bittersweet

For first time in two decades, Thomas M. Menino voted for mayor of Boston on a ballot that did not include his name.
Map: Mayoral candidates on the campaign trail

Map: Mayoral candidates on the campaign trail

We kept track of where Boston mayoral candidates Marty Walsh and John Connolly campaigned. See their past stops here.

Race for City Hall

Vignettes from across city as voters go to polls
Voters brought a range of concerns to the polls today -- the public schools, crime, housing, but also gut feelings about particular candidates. Here are some of their voices from around Boston.
City Council hopefuls, in shadow of mayoral race, push to get noticed as voting hours dwindle
The eight at-large candidates for Boston City Council spent the last moments of the campaign today sounding their rallying cry in a last-ditch effort to get noticed by voters.
Boston votes for next mayor
Mayoral candidates Martin J. Walsh and John R. Connolly traversed the city this afternoon in a last-minute hunt for holdout voters, both expressing confidence they would win the first open mayoral race in a generation.

Speed dating with City Council at-large candidates

Speed dating with City Council at-large candidates
Choosing a candidate is a little bit like dating. Sort through Boston’s eight City Council At-Large candidates, read their profiles, watch their pitches, and register your reaction.

Dinner with Larry: Marty Walsh

Dinner with Larry: Marty Walsh
Globe columnist Larry Harmon sat down with Boston mayoral candidate Marty Walsh to discuss Jamaican food, office supplies, and Walsh's marriage plans.
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