Mission Hill voters went with Wu and Janey

Boston voters as a whole picked Michelle Wu and Anissa Essaibi George to advance to the November General Election for Boston Mayor, but Mission Hill voters supported Wu and Acting Mayor Kim Janey for Mayor during Boston’s Preliminary Election. 

Voters narrowed the field of Boston Mayoral candidates down to two and the field of At-Large City Council Candidates down to eight on Tuesday, September 7. 

In Mission Hill Wu received 1,316 votes, topping the ticket in the neighborhood against the other Mayoral candidates. 

Acting Kim Janey was next and finished second among Mission Hill voters with 702 votes. 

The next highest vote getter here was Andrea Campbell who received 575 Mission Hill votes followed by Essaibi George who got 292 votes in the neighborhood.  

John Barros rounded out the field with only 63 Mission Hill votes. 

A breakdown of the election in Mission shows that Wu was very popular among voters across Ward 10 and won all of Mission Hill Precincts and bested Janey here by 614 votes and Essaibi George, who Wu will face in the General Election, by 1,024 votes. 

In the At-Large race Incumbent At-Large City Councilor Julia Mejia topped the ticket in that race here with 1,505 votes with newcomer Ruthzee Louijeun finishing second in Mission Hill with 1,123 votes. 

Incumbent At-Large City Councilor Micheal Flaherty finished third with 911 Mission Hill votes followed by Dave Halbert who was in the top four spots in Mission Hill with 682 votes. . 

Citywide Michael Flaherty, Julia Mejia, Ruthzee Louijeun, Erin Murphy, Carla Monteiro, Dave Halbert, Althea Garrison, and Bridget Nee-Walsh all advanced to the November election. 

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