Mayor Thomas M. Menino’s get-out-the-vote machine cranked harder than it ever has on Election Day, helping to pull out more than a quarter-million voters. It was the largest turnout in Boston since the city embraced a local candidate named John F. Kennedy in his run for president in 1960.
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