All four of Boston's incumbent At-Large city councilors have secured re-election.
There were few surprises in the city's At-Large council race, with current City Council President Michelle Wu capturing the most votes among her colleagues returning next year to the council.
Wu won nearly 25 percent of the votes cast for the four At-Large slots, with Dorchester's Ayanna Pressley coming in second with more than 21 percent.
South Boston's Michael Flaherty came in third place with more than 19 percent, while another Dorchester-based councilor, Annissa Essaibi George finished in fourth place with more than 17 percent.
The incumbent group collectively defeated four challengers, all of whom only managed to take in a total of 17.3 percent of votes cast.
Former state representative Althea Garrison, a perennial candidate, finished in fifth place with 4.3 percent. Contractor Domingos DaRosa captured sixth place with nearly 7 percent. High tech worker William King won more than 3 percent for seventh. Developer Pat Payaso, the candidate formerly known at Kevin McCrea, who ran an activist gimmick campaign dressed as a circus clown, finished last with 2.3 percent.