Jamaica Plain's Ben Weber easily defeated William King to become Boston's next District 6 City Councilor in Tuesday's election. UPDATE: Unofficial results from the city have Weber with with 9,541 (60.7%) and King with 6,089 (38.74%)
Weber's and King's totals add up to 15,630, which is far more than the 11,363 votes cast in September election when Weber topped the ticket with 4810 for Weber. King had 4,291 in September, and outgoing District 6 City Councilor Kendra Lara received 2,262. https://twitter.com/02130News/status/1722075103544897910
The District 6 election was somewhat the tale of two neighborhoods similar to the September election: Jamaica Plain and West Roxbury. Weber won 3 out of 4 precincts in Ward 10, and tied King in one precinct.