Political Headlines - November 7, 2013

  • Minority voters were key in Walsh's victory: Martin Walsh was elected Boston's 48th mayor because he won substantially more votes in communities of color than his opponent, said a polling group. Akilah Johnson reports.


  • Now to keep Boston voters' faith: What is most remarkable about what Marty Walsh pulled off Tuesday isn't the fact that he won City Hall, but where he won it. Yvonne Abraham reports.


  • Boston finally gets an open election: Massachusetts voters love incumbents, especially Democratic ones, so Boston's mayoral election was a breath of fresh air.  Joan Vennochi details the election.