Incumbent At-Large Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley topped the ticket in the at-large race followed by former city councilor Michael Flaherty.
After Flaherty, who ran for city council two years ago, and mayor fours years ago, finished with 39871 votes or 15% of ballots, while Pressley received 42875 votes or and was named on 16.71% of ballots.
Next up was sitting Boston City Council President Stephen Murphy who received 31701 votes or 12.35% of ballots, followed by Michelle Wu with 29359 votes on 11.44% of ballots. All statistics were unofficial, according to Boston's Elections Department.
The next four were Martin Keogh with 15734 votes or 6.13%, Jeffrey Michael Ross with 13929 votes or 5.43%, then Anissa Essaibi-George with 12236 votes or 4.77%, and Jack Kelly III finished 8th with 11900 votes or 4.64% of the vote.
Finishing 9th was Catherine O'Neill with 10942 votes or 4.26%, then Althea Garrison with 10256 votes or 4.00%, then Ramon Soto with 9919 votes or 3.87%, then Philip Frattaroli with 5828 votes or 2.27%.
Gareth Saunders finished with 5356 votes or 2.09%, then Christopher Conroy with 3430 votes or 1.34%, then Seamus Whelan with 3117 votes or 1.21%, then Francisco White with 2745 votes or 1.07%. Douglas Wohn had 2379 votes or 0.93%, then Frank Addivinola Jr. with 2239 votes or 0.87%, then Keith Kenyon with 1949 votes or 0.76%. There were 853 write-in votes.