Democratic US Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren took home more votes in Boston than Republican US Sen. Scott Brown.
According to the Boston's Elections Department with 97% of precincts reporting, Warren received 73% of the vote, for a total of 177,823. Brown received 25% of the vote in Boston for 62,528.
As expected, President Barack Obama also won Boston, beating former Governor Mitt Romney. Obama received 78%, or 190,081. While Romney received 19% of Boston votes with 47,214.
Libertarian Gary Johnson candidate earned .84% of the vote, with 2,028 votes.
Green Party candidate Jill Stein earned .84% of the vote, with 2,020 votes.
In total there are 387,142 registered voters in Boston, spread throughout 255 precincts. Approximately 67% of registered voters cast ballots, according to the City's Election Department.