Voters in Newton, Massachusetts have narrowly elected Ruthanne Fuller as the city's next mayor.
Fuller, a city councilor, and City Council President Scott Lennon had been vying to succeed outgoing Mayor Setti Warren, who is running for governor.
It was a close race, with unofficial returns showing Fuller won by less than 400 votes out of more than 24,000 cast in the Boston suburb.
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Fuller and Lennon agreed on most issues but recently clashed over the topics of gender and class.
Fuller, a graduate of Brown University and Harvard Business School, and her husband Joe have lived in Newton almost 25 years and have three sons: Mark, Chris, and David.
Lennon, a graduate of Merrimack College, resides in Newton with his wife Wendy and daughter Jenna.