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2021 Boston City Council race

Worrell prevails in Dorchester’s District 4
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Worrell prevails in Dorchester’s District 4
Political newcomer Brian Worrell won out in Boston’s District 4 on election night, winning a decisive victory against competitor Evandro Carvalho, a former assistant district attorney and state representative. Worrell is the only Black man elected to the Boston City Council this upcoming term.
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Ruthzee Louijeune secures at-large spot on council
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Ruthzee Louijeune secures at-large spot on council
When Ruthzee Louijeune arrived at her election night party at dbar in Dorchester Tuesday night, the mood was already bright and raucous. She moved through the crowd, taking photos with supporters and greeting members of her team.
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Hicks wins District 6
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Hicks wins District 6
Kendra Hicks, 31, candidate for Boston’s District 6 — which encompasses Jamaica Plain, West Roxbury, Roslindale and parts of Egleston Square near Roxbury — declared victory Tuesday night in her bid to become the first person of color, male or female, to represent the district.
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Voter guide: Candidates and referenda on the November ballot
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Voter guide: Candidates and referenda on the November ballot
After months of knocking on doors, holding rallies and attempting to get their messages out, it’s now time for those efforts to be put to the test for candidates on Boston’s 2021 ballot. Here’s a summary of everything voters can expect to see as they head to the polls on Nov. 2.
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Accusations of racism color District 6 race
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Accusations of racism color District 6 race
Accusations of racism have now been injected into the race for the District 6 city council seat, as controversial campaign literature made its way to voters late last week, with some still arriving on doorsteps through Monday morning.
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District 4 candidates take different approaches
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District 4 candidates take different approaches
In their campaigns to succeed former mayoral candidate Andrea Campbell in representing Boston’s City Council District 4, candidates Brian Worrell and Evandro Carvalho have been looking to prove to voters before Election Day that they’re the right choice for the seat.
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Council candidates advance to November election
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Council candidates advance to November election
In addition to the preliminary race for Boston’s next mayor, several city council seats are being contested, and candidates faced off on Sept. 14 for their chance to be on the November ballot.
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Boston Election Guide: Candidate overview
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Boston Election Guide: Candidate overview
The departure of former Mayor Martin Walsh in March set off a domino effect, leading to a bumper crop of candidates for the mayoral and City Council seats in Boston. Among those running for mayor are two district and two at-large councilors, whose newly open seats have drawn large and diverse fields of candidates.
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