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Rob Consalvo and his wife, Michelle, looked over the morning paper in their kitchen in Hyde Park.
Mayoral candidate John Barros carried his sons, 16-month-old John Jr. and 1-week-old Jeremiah, as his wife, Tchintcia, reached over to fix John Jr.'s hat at their home in Dorchester.
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Dan Conley campaigned in South Boston at the Monsignor Powers Apartments. At the end of his speech, he showed his promotional flier to Leo McCarthy.
Charlotte Golar Richie addressed reporters in front of the State House regarding endorsements from local representatives.
Mayoral candidate John Barros waited for commuters to come down the stairs as he worked the Savin Hill T stop for votes in Dorchester.
Mayoral candidate Bill Walczak (left) and Natalie Litton, 25, looked up the stairs of Betsy Frawley's town home to see if she was coming down as he campaigned in the South End.
Dan Conley campaigned in South Boston earlier this month.
Yoon S. Byun/Globe staff
Candidate Charles Clemons spoke with Nan Donovan and Emma Lane, both of Mission Hill. They both spoke with Clemons about senior centers in the city.
Candidate Charles Yancey spoke with Marie Firmin, president of Elegant Living Home Investment Club, at a mixer at the United South End Settlements.
Candidate Charles Yancey spoke with potential voters at the mixer, while candidates Rob Consalvo (left) and Bill Walczak greeted each other.
Mayoral candidate Rob Consalvo waited to greet potential voters on East Broadway in South Boston.
Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
Boston mayoral candidate Marty Walsh listened to an interview while campaigning in Charlestown.
Boston mayoral candidate Mike Ross campaigned at the Codman Square Farmers Market.
Boston mayoral candidates prepared to step onto the stage for a forum at UMass Boston.
Candidate Charles Yancey spoke with an attendee at the mixer at the United South End Settlements.
Candidate Felix Arroyo spoke with Dorothea Cole as she left Roche Bros. in West Roxbury.
Charles Yancey pointed out members of his family on one of his fliers at the mixer at the United South End Settlements.
Candidate Charles Clemons spoke with potential voters during the mixer at the United South End Settlements.
Candidate John Connolly spoke with potential voters at a softball game at Billings Field in West Roxbury.
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