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Local Headlines: November 6, 2019

Local Headlines: November 6, 2019

Boston Has Elected Four New City Councilors.

Julia Mejia's win against Alejandra Nicole St. Guillen by just ten votes could potentially result in a recount. [Patch]

Rep. Ayanna Pressley Puts Her Support Behind Elizabeth Warren For President.

Pressley announced her endorsement of Warren in a video on Wednesday, commending the Democrat for her support of the people. [NECN]

Superintendent of Massachusetts State Police, Col. Kerry Gilpin, Announces Retirement.

Following several scandals within the state police, Gilpin has retired from his post effective November 15. [WCVB]

First Lady Melania Trump Paid A Visit To Boston Medical Center.

Her visit was met with protests from the public and some medical staff of the hospital. Melania Trump's visit was to learn about newborns born with alcohol and drug dependancies. [NECN]

Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia Loses Bid For Reelection.

Correia, who is currently facing federal fraud and extortion charges,  was beat out by Paul Coogan. [Boston]

Massachusetts Ranked As ‘Best State To Live In’.

The news website 24/7 Wall Street gave top rankings to Massachusetts due to its well educated population and average household income. [CBS]