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Mayor Walsh won re-election on Tuesday with 65 percent of the vote.
Last night, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh won another four year term over challenger city councilor Tito Jackson with 65 percent of the vote.
Election officials reported relatively light voter turnout in most of the city's precincts, with 27 percent of the city's voting population casting ballots.
The sitting mayor easily secured his spot in City Hall, defeating his rival, City Councilor Tito Jackson, taking 65 percent of the vote to Jackson's 34 percent.
Boston Mayor Marty Walsh won all but two of the city's wards.
Walsh beat back a challenge from Roxbury City Councilor Tito Jackson.
Massachusetts Secretary of State William Galvin expects about 90,000 votes -- which would be less than 25 percent turnout.
Tito Jackson and Marty Walsh were on the campaign trail Sunday in preparation for Tuesday's election.
Walsh's closure of the Long Island Bridge in 2014 spurred debates around city efforts to fight the opioid crisis. Now, it's a hot-button issue in the mayoral race.
Walsh and others concede that Boston Public Schools still face a big challenges. But there isn't anything like agreement about how to fix them.
Ahead of Boston's mayoral election on Tuesday, incumbent Marty Walsh joined us for an interview.
The Walsh-Jackson mayor's race gets top billing. Here's who's on the ballot for city council too.
Jackson is behind Walsh in the polls, but the city councilor is not backing down.
Jackson says that, if elected mayor, he’d reallocate $45 million directly to public schools in Boston.
A key part of the debate between Marty Walsh and Tito Jackson is how best to respond to the economic inequality that increasingly defines Boston.
In what is likely their last face-to-face showdown before Election Day, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh and City Councilor Tito Jackson clashed over issues of race, affordable housing and economic development....
Mayor Marty Walsh is defending his record on dealing with racial inequities following a report its authors say offers "a blueprint for how to make things better for people of...
Jackson joined us for an interview less than three weeks before his election challenge against Walsh.
Walsh joins us for an interview less than three weeks before the election against challenger and City Councilor Tito Jackson.
The rivals in Boston's mayoral race squared off Wednesday in an at-times heated debate that focused largely on housing, race and inequality.