Councilor at Large Felix G. Arroyo became the fourth mayoral candidate to qualify for the ballot Thursday when election officials verified that he had submitted signatures from at least 3,000 registered voters. The Election Commission must still certify the final count. Sixteen people submitted a substantial number of nomination papers to run in the Sept. 24 preliminary election. Three other candidates have had enough signatures tallied by election officials to make the ballot: state Representative Martin J. Walsh, Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley, and Councilor at Large John R. Connolly.
Felix G. Arroyo is fourth to qualify for mayoral ballot in Boston
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