The Globe reports a poll it did with Suffolk University has Michelle Wu coming in first in the preliminary, with Janey, Essaibi George and Campbell bunched up for second and Barros watching them from way, way back on the track.
This comes a few days after another poll showed similar results.
If you haven't already early voted, you'll get a couple more chances to hear from the candidates themselves.
On Wednesday, the Dorchester Reporter, the Bay State Banner, NBC Boston and Telemundo Boston host what they're calling an actual debate (after 60+ "forums"). Starts at 7 p.m. NBC Boston assures us the debate will be held in a "secure and closed studio" at NBC Boston/Telemundo's Needham studios.
On Thursday, the candidates come back into Boston for a debate at WBUR, sponsored by that station, WCVB, the Globe and UMass Boston’s McCormack Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies. Also starts at 7.
The Greater Boston Building Trades Unions chose Labor Day to endorse Bridget Nee-Walsh, herself a construction worker, for one of the four at-large City Council seats.
As a union member and as part of Ironworkers Local 7’s Executive Board, Bridget Nee-Walsh has advocated for family-sustaining jobs and life-changing career pathways that lift up workers and that move Boston forward. We are proud to have endorsed Bridget for City Council At Large.