BOSTON — The Latest on preliminary elections in Massachusetts (all times local):

10:10 p.m.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will face off against City Councilor Tito Jackson in November as Walsh seeks re-election to a second four-year term.

Walsh and Jackson bested a pair of lesser known mayoral candidates, retired police officer Robert Cappucci and Joseph Wiley, a health care worker, in Tuesday’s nonpartisan preliminary election which generated lukewarm voter interest.

The top two vote-getters — Walsh and Jackson — advance to the Nov. 7 final election.

Elsewhere in Massachusetts, the MetroWest Daily News reports Yvonne Spicer led a field of seven in Framingham, followed by former state Rep. John Stefanini, in the first election since New England’s largest town opted to become a city. The two will compete for the chance to become the city’s first mayor Nov. 7.

In Lawrence, the Eagle Tribune reports incumbent Mayor Daniel Rivera and former mayor Willie Lantigua won Tuesday’s preliminary election, setting up a re-match between the long-time rivals in November.


9:45 p.m.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will face off against City Councilor Tito Jackson in November as Walsh seeks re-election to a second four-year term.

Walsh and Jackson bested a pair of lesser known mayoral candidates, retired police officer Robert Cappucci and Joseph Wiley, a health care worker, in Tuesday’s nonpartisan preliminary election which generated lukewarm voter interest.

The top two vote-getters — Walsh and Jackson — advance to the Nov. 7 final election.

Elsewhere in Massachusetts, the MetroWest Daily News reports Yvonne Spicer led a field of seven in Framingham, followed by former state Rep. John Stefanini, in the first election since New England’s largest town opted to become a city. The two will compete for the chance to become the city’s first mayor Nov. 7.

In Lawrence, five candidates including former Mayor William Lantigua were challenging incumbent Mayor Daniel Rivera, with two advancing to November.


8:55 p.m.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh will face off against City Councilor Tito Jackson in November as Walsh seeks re-election to a second four-year term.

Walsh and Jackson bested a pair of lesser known mayoral candidates, retired police officer Robert Cappucci and Joseph Wiley, a health care worker, in Tuesday’s nonpartisan preliminary election which generated lukewarm voter interest.

The top two vote-getters — Walsh and Jackson — advance to the Nov. 7 final election.

Elsewhere in Massachusetts, voters in Framingham were going to the polls for the first time since residents of New England’s largest town opted to become a city. Voters will narrow from seven down to two the field of candidates seeking to become Framingham’s first mayor.

In Lawrence, five candidates including former Mayor William Lantigua are challenging incumbent Mayor Daniel Rivera, with two advancing to November.


8:30 p.m.

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh is heading to a November runoff as he seeks re-election to a second four-year term.

Walsh will face off against the second highest vote-getter in Tuesday’s preliminary election — City Councilor Tito Jackson, retired police officer Robert Cappucci or Joseph Wiley, a health care worker.

The final election is Nov. 7.

There was lukewarm voter interest in Tuesday’s contest.

Elsewhere in Massachusetts, voters in Framingham were going to the polls for the first time since residents of New England’s largest town opted to become a city. Voters will narrow from seven down to two the field of candidates seeking to become Framingham’s first mayor.

In Lawrence, five candidates including former Mayor William Lantigua are challenging incumbent Mayor Daniel Rivera, with two advancing to November.


4:30 p.m.

A relatively light voter turnout is expected in Boston, where Marty Walsh is seeking re-election to a second four-year term as the city’s mayor.

City Councilor Tito Jackson and a pair of lesser known candidates, retired police officer Robert Cappucci and Joseph Wiley, a health care worker, are also on Tuesday’s nonpartisan preliminary election. The top two vote-getters advance to the Nov. 7 final election.

Elsewhere in Massachusetts, voters in Framingham go to the polls for the first time since residents of New England’s largest town opted to become a city. Voters will narrow from seven down to two the field of candidates seeking to become Framingham’s first mayor.

In Lawrence, five candidates including former Mayor William Lantigua are challenging incumbent Mayor Daniel Rivera, with two advancing to November.