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<p>or for U.S. Sen. John Kerry, made history as the first black woman elected to the City Council, pulling in 41,847 votes, according to the Election Department’s unofficial results.   Nancy Rousseau, a career counselor who lives in Mattapn, said Pressley’s win signals a new day in Boston. “It definitely signifies real change,” Rousseau said. “I</p>

or for U.S. Sen. John Kerry, made history as the first black woman elected to the City Council, pulling in 41,847 votes, according to the Election Department’s unofficial results. Nancy Rousseau, a career counselor who lives in Mattapn, said Pressley’s win signals a new day in Boston. “It definitely signifies real change,” Rousseau said. “I

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It's Menino, again: Ayanna Pressley changes face of City Council

In this Oct. 27, 2009, file photo, Boston Mayor Thomas...