" BOSTON (CBS) — All things considered, the city’s mayoral race has been fairly civilized over the past six months. In the final two days before the election, all bets are off.
John Connolly hit Marty Walsh with all he had over the weekend, telling a rally of moms and children in Dorchester that his opponent is too beholden to special interest.
“Will this race be decided by the residents of Boston? Or will it be decided by close to $3 million in outside money?” the lawyer turned city councilman asked the crowd.
Chanting “Boston’s not for sale,” the Connolly group came equipped with pint-sized campaigners and homemade signs. Connolly played to his strengths, assuring the rally he’s focused on education.
Meanwhile, Walsh continued his stumping through neighborhood meet-and-greets, downplaying any help he’s getting from outside the city "
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