When City Councilor John Connolly announced he was running to be the next Mayor of Boston, we ran a poll to gauge how NorthEndWaterfront.com readers would react to the challenge against the longest sitting mayor of Boston, Thomas M. Menino. After a month and 449 votes, the results are in. Mayor Menino handily took the win with 65% of the vote to Connolly’s 35%.
Web polls are unscientific and represent only self-selected participants. Duplicates from the same IP address (i.e, computer or device) are not included. The count reflects one vote per IP address.
One Reply to “Poll Results: Menino Takes the Win Over Connolly in Boston Mayor’s Poll”
I am wondering why no one is the press has reported on Martin’s work as State House Chairman on Ethics. That is a position that is highly prized and it is not assigned by the Speaker of the House lightly. A lawmaker has to be highly regarded to get that position. I would like see and learn about a day in the life of a committee Chairman, especially one who is tasked with the conduct of the House and its members.
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