City Councilor Michelle Wu easily topped the ticket in Tuesday's at-large Boston City Council preliminary election. She was followed by fellow incumbents Annissa Essaibi-George and Michael Flaherty.
The top eight finishers in the at-large race will advance to the November final, and the final four in that race will be city councilors.
Tuesday's great eight were: Wu, Essaibi-George and Flaherty, Alejandra St. Guillen, Julia Mejia, incumbent Althea Garrison, Erin Murphy and David Halbert.
This is how all the candidates performed in Tuesday's election.
Michelle Wu 19.41%/26,622 votes
Annissa Essaibi-George 13.85%/18,993 votes
Michael Flaherty 13.68%/18,766 votes
Alejandra St. Guillen 8.68%/11,910 votes
Julia Mejia 7.87%/10,799 votes
Althea Garrison 7.09%/9,720 votes
Erin Murphy 6.84%/9,385 votes
David Halbert 4.76%/6,534 votes
Marty Keogh 4.55%/6,246 votes
Jeff Ross 3.70%/5,078 votes
Priscilla Flint-Banks 2.98%/4,094 votes
Domingos Darosa 2.07%/2,840 votes
Michael Denis 1.54%/2,108 votes
William King 1.32%/1,809 votes
Herb Lozano 1.10%/1,510 votes
Write-in .56%/766 votes
In total, 44,972 ballots were cast for the at-large race.