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2021 Boston mayoral election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2021 Boston mayoral election

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Party Nonpartisan Nonpartisan

Mayor before election

Kim Janey (acting)

Elected Mayor

TBD

The Boston mayoral election of 2021 will be held on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, to elect the mayor of Boston, Massachusetts.

Entering 2021, then-incumbent mayor Marty Walsh was eligible to seek a third term, but he resigned as mayor on March 22, 2021, upon his confirmation as United States Secretary of Labor in the Cabinet of Joe Biden.[1]

If more than two candidates run, a non-partisan preliminary election,[a] held on September 21,[2] will precede the November general election.[3]

Elimination of a potential special election

In early 2021, incumbent mayor Marty Walsh was expected to resign to take the United States Secretary of Labor position. His date of leaving office would normally determine if the city would be required to hold a special election for the remainder of his term, or if the acting mayor would serve the remainder of his term.[4] The Boston City Charter requires that a special election be held for the office of mayor when a vacancy occurs "within sixteen months after a regular municipal election."[5] As Boston held a municipal election on November 5, 2019, a 16-month window from that election extended until March 5, 2021. Thus, if Walsh had left his position as mayor before then, a special election to fill the remainder of his term would have normally been required, per the city charter.

Ricardo Arroyo of the Boston City Council proposed that the city charter requirement for a special election be overridden; such an override requires approval from Boston's city council and mayor, followed by approval by the state legislature and governor.[6][7] The city council approved a home rule petition, which would dispense with the special election, on February 3;[8][9] it was subsequently signed by mayor Walsh.[10] The petition next required approval from the state legislature (where it was filed as HD 1757, "An Act Relative to the Office of the Mayor of the City of Boston")[11] and governor. It passed in the Massachusetts House of Representatives on February 22,[12] It passed in the Massachusetts Senate on February 25,[13] and was signed by governor Charlie Baker on February 26, thus eliminating the need for a special election if Walsh vacated his office as mayor before March 5.[14][15] As Walsh was still in office through that date, with his confirmation pending with the U.S. Senate, any consideration of a special election became moot.[16] Walsh ultimately resigned as mayor on March 22, 2021, the same day that he was confirmed to his cabinet role.[17]

Candidates

To appear on the ballot, candidates must file nomination papers at Boston City Hall by 5:00 p.m. on May 18 with 3,000 certified signatures of registered voters.[2]

Declared

Candidate Announced
John Barros (22724971587).jpg

John Barros
Former chief of economic development for the City of Boston (2014–2021)

Former Boston School Committee member (2010–2013)
Candidate for Mayor of Boston in 2013

March 4, 2021
Barros for Mayor logo (2021 Boston mayoral election).png

(Website)
[18]
Michael J. Bianchi II Former account manager March 5, 2021

(Website)
[19]
CampbellCodmanSquare (1).jpg

Andrea Campbell
Boston city councilor from 4th district since 2016

Former president of the Boston City Council (2018–2020)

September 24, 2020
Andrea Campbell for Mayor logo (1).svg

(Website)
[20]
Annissa Essaibi George Boston city councilor at-large since 2016 January 28, 2021
Annissa Essaibi George for Mayor of Boston.png

(Website)
[21]
Kim-janey-headshot.jpg

Kim Janey
Acting mayor of Boston since March 2021

Boston city councilor from 7th district since 2018
Former president of the Boston City Council (2020–2021)

April 6, 2021
Mayor Janey campaign logo (2021).png

(Website)
[22]
Jon Santiago Massachusetts state representative since 2019 February 23, 2021
Jon Santiago for Boston Mayor.png

(Website)
[23]
Michelle Wu, Boston City Council Member (1).jpg

Michelle Wu
Boston city councilor at-large since 2014

Former president of the Boston City Council (2016–2018)

September 15, 2020
Michelle Wu for Mayor logo.svg

(Website)
[24]

Withdrew

  • Dana Depelteau, Former hotel manager[25]

Potential

Declined

Endorsements

Andrea Campbell
State officeholders
Local officeholders
Individuals
  • John Borders IV, community activist and faith leader[27]
  • Diana Hwang, founder of Asian American Women's Political Initiative, candidate for Massachusetts state representative in 2016[27][53]
  • Bill Walczak, activist, CEO of the South End Community Health Center, founder of Codman Square Health Center, and 2013 Boston mayoral candidate[27]
Annissa Essaibi George
Jon Santiago
State officeholders
Organizations
Michelle Wu
Federal officeholders
State officeholders
Local officeholders
Organizations

Polling

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size[b]
Margin
of error
Andrea
Campbell
Marty
Walsh
Michelle
Wu
Kim
Janey
Annissa
Essabi George
John
Barros
Jon
Santiago
Other Undecided
MassInc/WBUR/Dorchester Reporter April 7-11, 2021 522 (RV) ± 4.9% 4% N/A 19% 18% 6% 3% 3% 1% 46%
MassInc/GBH News September 11–15, 2020 400 (RV) ± 4.9% 4% 46% 23% N/A N/A N/A N/A 6% 18%

Notes

  1. ^ By law, all local elections in the City of Boston are non-partisan.
  2. ^ Key:
    A – all adults
    RV – registered voters
    LV – likely voters
    V – unclear

See also

References

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Further reading

External links

  • Bill HD.1757 "An Act relative to the office of Mayor in the city of Boston" via MAlegislature.gov
Official campaign websites
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