Ms.: Boston Will Soon Have a Woman Mayor; How Can the U.S. Get More Women Judges?: Weekend Reading on Women’s Representation
By: Cynthia Richie Terrell
The results are in from the Boston mayoral primary and two women—Annissa Essabi George and Michelle Wu—will advance to the general election ensuring that Boston will have a woman mayor come November no matter who wins. E.J. Dionne wrote this commentary about the milestone election results, and the likely split vote between the two Black women candidates, in The Washington Post:
In a few minutes, 36-year-old Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu would take the stage at an outdoor victory party in her Roslindale neighborhood to claim the top runoff spot in this fall’s election for mayor.
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