UPDATED at 10:05 p.m.
Mayor Marty Walsh will face off against City Councilor Tito Jackson in the November elections, according to preliminary results from the city elections department. Jackson will his work cut out for him: Walsh is leading by a better than 2-1 margin.
In District 1 (East Boston, North End, Charlestown), Stephen Passacantilli of the North End and Lydia Edwards of East Boston look set for a match. Incumbent Sal LaMattina is retiring.
In District 2 (South End, South Boston, Chinatown, Downtown), Edward Flynn (son of Ray Flynn) and Michael Kelley look to be the finalists to advance to November. Incumbent Bill Linehan is retiring.
In District 7 (Roxbury), Kim Janey topped the ballot, with 25% in a field of 13. She'll face Rufus Faulk in November. Former state Rep. Carlos Henriquez finished way behind, behind even perpetual candidates Roy Owen and Clarence Clemmons Muhammad.
And in District 9 (Allston/Brighton), incumbent Mark Ciommo secured a ballot listing for November, as did challenger Brandon Bowser.
In addition to these races, voters in November will also select four at-large councilors and district councilors in the five districts that did not have more than two candidates.