Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Michelle Wu voted Mayor of Boston

Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Michelle Wu voted Mayor of Boston
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Google Search Indicates a closer election in Boston. Wu gets a late break in the final 2 hours of voting, should win the election

Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Michelle Wu, 57% leads Annissa Essaibi George, 29%Latest polls, Nov 2nd

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“Mothers get it done.” @AnnissaForBos conceding but acknowledging the important history her opponent Michelle Wu is making tonight as the first elected female mayor of Boston. @7News #bospoli

Originally tweeted by victoria price (@victoriapricetv) on November 3, 2021.

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Originally tweeted by Jackie Bruno NBC10 Boston (@JBrunoNBCBoston) on November 3, 2021.

Boston Mayoral Race returns have been sitting at 16 percent reporting for a while. Right now @wutrain at 58 percent to @AnnissaForBos at 42%.

The Boston Mayoral Election will see Michelle Wu contesting against Annissa Essaibi George. Michelle Wu was the President of the Boston City Council while Annissa Essaibi George was a member (at large) of the Boston City Council. Both the candidates are from the Democratic Party. Michelle Wu is an Asian American while Annissa George is an Arab American making one of them the first members of their community to be elected as Mayor of Boston.

The Election will be held on November 2nd, 2021

Boston Mayoral Race Erupts in Fireworks as Essaibi George, Wu Spar at Debate

Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Latest Polls, Nov 2nd

Polling Company
Date of Polling
Michelle Wu
Annissa Essaibi George
Undecided
Average of all Polls
Oct 14th-27th
60%
31%
9%
Oct 26th-27th
61%
31%
8%
Oct 15th-17th
62%
30%
8%
Oct 14th-18th
57%
32%
11%

Poll Hours: Polling locations will be open on Tuesday, November 2, from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m

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Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Google Search update, November 2nd

Michelle Wu is comfortably ahead on Google Search supporting the Polls that she is likely to win by a Landslide

Michelle Wu: 71%
Essaibi George: 29%

Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Demographics of the voters

Race/Ethnicity
Percentage of Population in 2020
Non-Hispanic White
44.6%
Black/African-American
19.1%
Hispanic American
18.7%
Asian American
11.2%
Others(multiracial,native american)
6.4%
Racial Demographics of the city of Boston

Boston is a known Democrat Stronghold, no Republican Representative has been elected from the city for over a century. Although they are hardly unified, Boston Republicans are the largely silent voting minority. As per available records, since 1972 the city has voted for the Democrat party nationally at the presidential level.

Year
Democratic candidate Voteshare
Republican Candidate Voteshare
2020
82.6%
15.5%
2016
80.6%
13.9%
2012
78.8%
19.3%
2008
79.0%
19.4%
Presidential Election Results

Boston Mayoral polls 2021: Latest news, Nov 2

Wu and Essaibi George Make Final Push Before Election Day in Boston

Annissa Essaibi George, Michelle Wu discuss plans to address inequality in mayoral forum

Michelle Wu, Annissa Essaibi George spar in final debate before Boston mayoral election

Keller @ Large: Boston Mayoral Race Enters Final Stretch

Michelle Wu, Annissa Essaibi-George talk Mass and Cass, racial wealth gap at Boston mayoral forum

Boston’s early voting locations open as mayoral candidates make final push

Wu Details, Fields Questions On Rent Stabilization Proposal During Radio Q&A With Mayoral Candidate

Boston Mayoral Polls 2021 : Latest Videos and ads, Nov 2

Michelle Wu Works to Pick Up last Minute Support

Boston’s Final Mayoral Debate between Michelle Wu and Annissa Essabi George

Keller @ Large: Boston Mayoral Race Enters Final Stretch

Boston mayoral candidates look to ‘get voters excited’ about vote

Boston Mayoral Candidates Hit The Streets On First Day Of Early Voting

OTR Segment 1: Boston Mayoral Candidate Michelle Wu

Boston Mayoral Polls 2021 : Latest tweets, Nov 2

Working the polls with @WestRox4Wu! Keep the turnout coming, Boston 👐🚂

Originally tweeted by Michelle Wu 吳弭 (@wutrain) on November 2, 2021.

🚨🗳️🚨 Polls are officially OPEN! 🚨🗳️🚨

Find your polling place now:

My Election Info: Search

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Originally tweeted by Michelle Wu 吳弭 (@wutrain) on November 2, 2021.

“For me, a bold vision and a bold action include a plan.” @AnnissaForBos voted at 7 a.m. this morning in #Dorchester. She says she is optimistic about the day ahead. In the second pic here she has her arm around one of her four sons who stood by her as she voted. #WCVB

Originally tweeted by Jennifer Eagan (@Jennifer_Eagan) on November 2, 2021.

🚨🗳It’s Election Day and the polls are finally open.

There’s only one thing left to do, Boston—get out and vote!

Find you polling location: https://www.boston.gov/voting-boston.

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Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on November 2, 2021.

In the final hours before an historic Boston Mayoral election, @AnnissaForBos wraps up a 24-hour campaign push thanking supporters.
#WCVB

Originally tweeted by Shaun Chaiyabhat (@ShaunWCVB) on November 1, 2021.

I couldn’t be more honored to organize alongside this team—in immigrant communities, in so many languages & with those who’ve never seen themselves represented in government. Thank you so much. 💜

Michelle poses in a garage with a diverse group of Boston residents standing next to a heating lamp.

Originally tweeted by Michelle Wu 吳弭 (@wutrain) on October 28, 2021.

Local 509 is proud to announce our endorsement of @wutrain for Mayor of Boston! #Election2021 #mapoli #bospoli

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Originally tweeted by SEIU Local 509 (@SEIU509) on October 27, 2021.

Too often, politicians come along with empty promises and then leave our communities behind.

Not me.

As Mayor, I’ll make big plans to take on our city’s challenges AND take bold action to get it done. Join me. I ask for your vote.

Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on October 27, 2021.

Today’s the day! We are elated to be hosting A Vision for Boston’s Seniors, a mayoral forum where @wutrain & @AnnissaForBos will be answering age inspired questions about issues in our community. Join the event live-stream at 4pm with the link below:

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Originally tweeted by 2Life Communities (@LifeAt2Life) on October 27, 2021.

Thank you to the staff & community members of @LaAlianzaHispan for having me to talk about my vision for a more equitable Boston!

Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on October 27, 2021.

Boston’s residents need more than advocacy from their Mayor—they need action. #AEG4BOS #bospoli

Michelle Wu has big ideas. If she’s elected mayor, Beacon Hill could decide if many of them happen. – The Boston Globe

Wu has “very ambitious goals: ‘Let’s go after rent control. Let’s make the T free.’ . . . She’s at least put a marker out there to turn the system upside down. But this is not a system that is easy to move,” said state Representative Russell E.

The Mayor of Boston should prioritize:

✅ High quality BPS schools
✅ Immediate action for Mass & Cass
✅ City solutions for affordable housing
❌ Waiting for Beacon Hill to implement rent control & free the state-run MBTA

#AEG4BOS #bospoli

Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on October 25, 2021.

The power to Free the MBTA lies with the State House, not the Mayor’s Office. So let’s call it what it is: an empty promise.

When we have a bold vision, with no real plan to back it up, how many of our residents & families do we leave behind? #bospoli

Wu’s fare-free T: Fanciful notion or strategic thinking? – CommonWealth Magazine

BEACON HILL LEADERS are showing little interest in one of Boston mayoral candidate Michelle Wu’s campaign priorities – making the MBTA fare free. At a State House press conference on Monday, Gov. Charlie Baker, House Speaker Ron Mariano, and Senate President Karen Spilka were asked whether they support Wu’s call for the elimination of fares(…)

Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on October 25, 2021.

You can’t tackle the devastation at Mass & Cass from afar. The work must be done hand in hand with those down there every day.

It requires a presence, tough decisions, and action—not more stalling. #AEG4BOS #bospoli

My plan: https://www.annissaforboston.com/mass-cass/.

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Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on October 25, 2021.

Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on October 24, 2021.

When we invest in youth programs & athletics, we teach our kids teamwork & community building—we help our #citykidswin! 🏈Proud to join ⁦⁦@Patriots⁩ HOF ⁦@WillieMcGinest⁩ & community coaches to announce my City Kids Win platform.

Originally tweeted by Colette Phillips (@ColettePhillips) on October 24, 2021.

@RepPressley gave a powerful and compelling reason why Michelle Wu @wutrain is the Mayor Boston needs at this critical time. #BlackVotersMatter #bospoli #mapoli

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Originally tweeted by Annissa Essaibi George (@AnnissaForBos) on October 24, 2021.

Thank you Rev. Zephir Pierre Louis & Church of the Nazarene for welcoming me to services this morning!

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Originally tweeted by Crystal Haynes (@crystalhaynes) on October 24, 2021.

Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: What happened in the Primaries?

The primaries had 5 serious candidates.

  • Kim Janey, the acting mayor
  • Andrea Campbell
  • Michelle Wu
  • Annissa Essaibi George
  • John Barros.

After months of campaigning, Michelle Wu won by a 11% margin, much lower than predicted by the Polls. Annissa George outperformed the polls.

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Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Fundraising (Source: OCPF)

These are the figures for both candidates up till October 9th, 2021

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Boston Mayoral Polls 2021: Michelle Wu 57%, Annissa Essaibi George 29%

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Abbie A
4 months ago

POC?? Very interesting the optics you chose to convey by the images you chose.

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