Boston on Tuesday set itself up for a real choice in mayoral candidates come November. By selecting City Councilors Michelle Wu and Annissa Essaibi George as the candidates for the general election, they picked two women with significant policy differences on housing, transportation, the environment and several other areas.
There's also a wide swath of the city, from Roxbury, through Mattapan and into Hyde Park, that supported acting Mayor Kim Janey as their first choice. How Wu and Essaibi George perform in those places will be key in determining who will be Boston's first woman and first person of color elected mayor.
Below is how each precinct voted in Tuesday's elections. Click on each to see the vote totals for the major candidates, or search the table under the map.
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