As the Massachusetts polls closed on Tuesday night, Marty Walsh came out victorious in the 2017 Boston mayoral election with 64 percent of the vote to Jackson’s 32 percent.
At the Dorchester Mayoral Forum on Friday, mayoral candidates Marty Walsh and Tito Jackson met supporters, and faced questions from a moderator.
With the primary election for the Boston mayoral race on the horizon, it’s time to example the two frontrunner’s stances on a platform important to any kind of student: education.
While many Boston College students were out of the city for the summer, the Boston mayoral elections continued. Now the campaigns of the candidates, Incumbent Democratic mayor Martin J. Walsh, WCAS ‘09, councilman Tito Jackson, Robert Cappucci, and Joseph Wiley, are running in full force.