With Tuesday’s primary fast approaching, Boston’s mayoral candidates will make their last push over the weekend to win over voters and get their supporters to the polls. Over the course of the campaign, they’ve debated a number of business-related issues, from the future of the Boston Redevelopment Authority (most want reforms) to casino gambling (most grudgingly favor a casino at Suffolk Downs).
The Globe recently sent questionnaires to the 12 candidates asking: What do you believe is the major economic issue facing the city of Boston? How would you create new jobs for city residents? Here are their responses: