September 25, 2013
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Mayor Thomas Menino went to his polling place to vote for someone other than himself.
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John Connolly appeared at his election night rally with his wife, Meg, and newborn daughter Mary Kate.
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Martin Walsh gave a victory speech at Venezia Restaurant in Dorchester.
Martin Walsh supporters cheered when word of the returns came in at the Venezia Restaurant in Dorchester.
A man wearing a Martin Walsh t-shirt celebrated with other supporters.
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John Connolly supporters Deanna Palmini, Ken Tutunji, and Paul Duffy watched returns.
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Daniel Conley conceded the race.
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Mayoral candidate John Connolly, accompanied by his wife, Meg, Clare, 5, and Teddy, 4, arrived to vote at St. George Orthodox Church in West Roxbury.
Campaign workers were outside the Curley School in Jamaica Plain.
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Candidate Daniel Conley greeted Bill Downey outside Holy Name School in West Roxbury.
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Marty Walsh, center, spoke with his friend Buddy Christopher, right. At left is his long-term friend Lorrie Higgins, outside the Rey School where Walsh voted.
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Rob Consalvo and his wife, Michelle Consalvo, voted in Hyde Park. They brought their children — Amanda, 10, Anthony, 9 (hidden), and Austin, 3.
The first voters at the Boston Firehouse on Parish Street came in from the chilly morning.
Charlotte Golar Richie got a kiss from Jerri Francis after Richie voted at the Boston Firehouse on Parish Street.
Bill Walczak voted at the Cristo Rey School in Dorchester.
Mike Ross greeted Bessie Kotsakis outside the Curley School in Jamaica Plain before she voted.
Clara Elson, 2, from Jamaica Plain, held on to her Elmo doll as her mother, Stephanie, filled out a ballot at the Curley School.
John Barros answered his phone as he visited his campaign workers at the Mattapan campaign office.
Mayor Thomas Menino voted at the Roosevelt School Lower Campus.