Last night, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh won another term, beating challenger and City Councilor Tito Jackson with 65 percent of the vote. Jackson took 34 percent.
And in the city council election, Bostonians elected the most diverse council in city history. Six women of color were elected to the 13-member council.
We talk about how the races went and what lies ahead.
This segment aired on November 8, 2017.
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