Here are the results of the 2019 Boston city elections

Newton Highlands, MA, 11/5/2019 --I Voted stickers sit on the table at Hyde Community Center. Jessica Rinaldi / The Boston Globe

Winners will be denoted in bold below as results come in from the City of Boston Election Department. Results are unofficial but based on 100 percent of the precincts reporting.

Citywide elections

City Councilor At-Large

With a 10-vote margin between her and Julia Mejia, Alejandra St. Guillen said she is requesting a recount.

(The top four vote-getters secure council seats.)

Michael F. Flaherty, incumbent: 33,242 votes, 16.54 percent
Althea Garrison, incumbent: 16,161 votes, 8.04 percent
Annissa Essaibi George, incumbent: 34,054 votes, 16.95 perent
David Halbert: 13,201 votes, 6.57 percent
Julia Mejia: 22,464 votes, 11.18 percent
Erin J. Murphy: 16,843 votes, 8.38 percent
Alejandra Nicole St. Guillen: 22,454 votes, 11.18 percent
Michelle Wu, incumbent: 41,616 votes, 20.71 percent

Non-Binding Ballot Question

Do you support the renaming/changing of the name of Dudley Square to Nubian Square?

Yes: 24,207 votes, 45.70 percent
No: 28,763 votes, 54.30 percent

District City Councilors

District One 

Lydia Edwards, incumbent

District Two 

Edward Flynn, incumbent

District Three


Frank Baker, incumbent

District Four 

Andrea Campbell, incumbent: 4,557 votes, 87.17 percent
Jeff Durham: 636 votes, 12.17 percent

District Five 

Ricardo Arroyo: 5,325 votes, 54.54 percent
Maria Esdale Farrell: 4,398 votes, 45.05 percent

District Six

Matt O’Malley, incumbent

District Seven 

Kim Janey, incumbent: 3,847 votes, 74.51 percent
Roy Owens, Sr.: 1,263 votes, 24.46 percent

District Eight

Priscilla Kenzie Bok: 3,659 votes, 70.08 percent
Jennifer Ann Nassour: 1,539 votes, 29.48 percent

District Nine

Liz A. Breadon: 3,883 votes, 58.52 percent
Craig R. Cashman: 2,724 votes, 41.06 percent


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