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Michelle Wu’s policy proposals on five major issues facing Boston

Mayor-elect Michelle Wu (right) outside The Underground Cafe and Lounge in Roxbury on Wednesday.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

Michelle Wu won a historic race to become the first woman, first person of color, and first Asian American to be elected mayor of Boston. Soon, the governing begins.

The city councilor shared big visions for Boston’s future during her mayoral run. Here’s a breakdown of the policy positions she staked out through the campaign on five big issues facing the city.

For more election coverage, head to our Boston mayoral race page.




HOUSING



EDUCATION



RACIAL JUSTICE/POLICE REFORM



ECONOMY



CLIMATE CHANGE



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