William Lantigua, the state’s first Latino mayor, got nearly half the votes in a six-way preliminary Tuesday night. His closest challenger, city councilor Daniel Rivera, got about a quarter of the votes. The two will face off in November’s general election.
Lantigua’s first term has been plagued by controversy, including allegations of campaign finance law violations.
Holyoke Mayor Alex Morse, first elected at age 22, finished first in that city’s four-way preliminary, with 45 percent of the vote "
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