Candidates for Boston Mayor make final push
BOSTON (WHDH) -- The two men looking to become Boston's next mayor spent the weekend trying to get every last vote.
Democrats John Connolly and Marty Walsh both criss-crossed the city Sunday, shaking hands with potential voters.
Polls show the race is extremely close with the election coming up on Tuesday.
Walsh, who is a State Representative, is a favorite of organized labor groups. Connolly is a former school teacher who pushing an education agenda.
Both men are hoping to replace long time Boston mayor Tom Menino who announced earlier this year that he wouldn't seek another term in office.