City results show incumbent at-large Councilors Ruthzee Louijeune and Julia Mejia easily winning re-election - along with more conservative incumbent Erin Murphy - with whom Louijeune is battling for the honorary top spot on the ballot.
Henry Santana, endorsed by Mayor Wu, is so far edging out Bridget Nee-Walsh, who had vowed to be another Michael Flaherty, for the fourth at-large seat.
Neither of the two anti-vax bellowers in the race will be drawing city paychecks come Jan. 1.
In district races, Ben Webber of Jamaica Plain, also backed by Wu, is holding a commanding lead over William King of West Roxbury in District 6 - where incumbent Kendra Lara went down in flames in the September preliminary. In neighboring District 5, where incumbent Ricardo Arroyo also failed to make the final, Wu-backed Enrique Pepen is leading over former BPD cop Jose Ruiz.
In District 3 in Dorchester, John FitzGerald looks to beat more progressive Joel Richards, but that's Frank Baker's district, so that doesn't mean the council will be getting more conservative as a whole. FitzGerald entered his victory party preceded by bagpipers.
In District 7 in Roxbury, incumbent Tania Fernandes Anderson is easily defeating perennial also ran Althea Garrison, who has said this could be her last ever race.
In District 8, new incumbent Sharon Durkan, who won in a special election after Kenzie Bok resigned, looks to beat Montez Haywood, whom she beat in the special election. Wu also backed her.
In District 9 (Allston/Brighton), incumbent Liz Breadon is fending off a challenge from Jason deBlecourt.
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