Election Day Boston votes for next mayor ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Mayoral candidates Martin J. Walsh and John R. Connolly traversed Boston in a last-minute hunt for holdout voters. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff At the Oak Square YMCA Sarah Oliver voted with her rescue Chihuahua, Dixie. JohnTlumacki/Globe staff Voting was sporadic at the polling place in the basement of the Boston Public Library. JohnTlumacki/Globe staff Voters filled the Franklin Institute polling place on East Berkley Street in the South End. Rupert waited while his owner, Maureen Russell from the South End, voted. JohnTlumacki/Globe staff Voters at the Franklin Institute polling place on East Berkley Street in the South End. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff At the Honan Allston Branch Library, seniors enter the precinct. Bostonians come out to vote for a new mayor and others. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff At the Veronica B. Smith Multi-Service Senior Center voters were directed where to go by an arrow on the floor. Wendy Maeda/Globe staff Nolan Putnam, 2, worked on his lollipop as his mother, Marlene, cast her ballot at Holy Parish Hall in West Roxbur. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Inspector Sylvia Charles redid her "I Voted" stickers for those checking out at Ward 14's Precinct 5. JohnTlumacki/Globe staff Ania Camargo (left), a Connolly volunteer, talked to Beacon Hill resident Suzie Tapson, and Cecilia Idman-Rait as they looked over voter registration lists on Mt. Vernon Street. Staff/Wendy Maeda Mayoral candidate John Connolly, left, greeted a voter outside the Elihu Greenwood Elementary School in Hyde Park. Wendy Maeda/globe staff Members of the sheet metal union, Local 17, manned their posts this morning outside Holy Parish Hall in West Roxbury. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff After hearing that a 101-year-old woman had voted for him, Martin J. Walsh went to pay a visit to Josephine Worrell, who resides in Ward 11, Precinct . David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Rep. Marty Walsh voted with his partner, Lorrie Higgins, and her daughter Lauren Campbell at the Cristo Rey School. Wendy Maeda/globe staff Accompanied by children Teddy and MaryKate, mayoral candidate John Connolly voted at St. George Orthodox Church in West Roxbury. JohnTlumacki/Globe staff People were bombard with campaign signs at the Franklin Institute polling place on East Berkley Street in the South End. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Long time East Boston resident Tom Domenico left no doubt about how he felt about a casino in East Boston.