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Sizing Up The Candidates Of Boston’s 2021 Mayoral Election

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Boston University News Service, October 2021

Boston University News Service speaks to experts about the historic nature of Boston’s mayoral election, the factors that affected the primary, and what the candidates might focus on as Election Day approaches.

Our guests are Massachusetts Historical Society Chief Historian Peter Drummey; BU Associate Professor of Political Science Katherine Levine Einstein; Associate Professor and chair of the department of political science and legal studies at Suffolk University Rachael Cobb; and Professor and chair of Political Science at Northeastern University and editor of the American Politics Research journal Costas Panagopoulos to gather context for the November election.

Listen to the Boston University News Service conversation.

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