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Incumbents Win Re-election in City Councilor-At-Large Race; Unopposed LaMattina Continues To Serve As District 1 Councilor Including North End

With all the precincts reporting, the four incumbents in the City Councilor-At-Large race have been re-elected for another two year term. Leading the pack was Ayanna Pressley, followed by Felix Arroyo, John Connolly and Stephen Murphy. Former mayoral candidate, Michael Flaherty, narrowly missed out with a 5th place showing. In the North End / Waterfront, District 1 City Councilor Sal LaMattina ran unopposed in this cycle’s election. The votes and turnout percentages are shown in the table below from the City of Boston’s website.

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3 Replies to “Incumbents Win Re-election in City Councilor-At-Large Race; Unopposed LaMattina Continues To Serve As District 1 Councilor Including North End

  1. phew, we're assured at least a couple more years of trash on the streets, doggy doo on the sidewalks, and illegal resident parking.

  2. @ne rez… why are you blaming the city council for the actions of the lazy inconsiderate residents and visitors who leave trash on the street and and don;t pick up doggy do left by their dogs ? Blame the absentee landlords and code enforcement and the inconsiderate residents for those issues. Illegal parking…that's another enforcement issue that needs to be taken up with the transportation department's parking enforcement people and the area A police. ,,and the valet parking company who think it is their constitutional right to park wherever the hell they find a spot and the people who go to TD garden for Bruins games and the cheap restaurant goeers who don't want to pay for valet parking and are too lazy to walk from one of the half dozen or more parking lots in the neigborhood.

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