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Our endorsements for Boston City Council

See who the Globe Editorial Board selected to go on to the Nov. 5 general election.

Opinion | Samuel Acevedo

An open letter to Felicity Huffman

You have an opportunity to help thousands of young people close the achievement gap.

Editorial: Boston City Council Endorsements

Wu, Flaherty, Halbert, St. Guillen: Our picks for at-large Boston City Council seats

At-large councilors have the leeway to think big, which is another reason to take the preliminary election seriously.

Editorial: Boston City Council Endorsement

Hyde Park’s Ricardo Arroyo best choice for District 5 council seat

Ricardo Arroyo is a public defender who grew up and still lives in Hyde Park and whose well-known name shouldn’t obscure his own strong qualifications for the job.

Editorial: Boston City Council Endorsement

First-time candidate Kenzie Bok wows the District 8 field

Even on paper, Kenzie Bok looks like one of the most qualified candidates to run for City Council in recent memory.

Editorial: Boston City Council Endorsement

Craig Cashman best prepared for District 9

None of the seven candidates has run laps around the rest of the field, and many of them seem up to the job of replacing the retiring Mark Ciommo as councilor for Allston and Brighton.

Editorial

Curiouser and curiouser: two odd Baker picks

Funny how a “blind process” ended up embracing the nomination for a state job of someone who once coached the lieutenant governor’s son in a local youth football league.

Editorial

It’s time for a plan B at South Station

The US Postal Service’s plans to make room for South Station’s expansion have been years in the making. Time for another plan.