|Elections in Massachusetts|
In 1918, the Massachusetts state legislature had passed legislation making the Mayor of Boston ineligible to serve consecutive terms. Thus, incumbent James Michael Curley was unable to run for re-election.
Mansfield was inaugurated on Monday, January 1, 1934.
- William J. Foley, District Attorney of Suffolk County since 1927
- Frederick Mansfield, Treasurer and Receiver-General of Massachusetts from 1914 to 1915
- Malcolm Nichols, Mayor of Boston from 1926 to 1930
- Joseph F. O'Connell, member of the United States House of Representatives from 1907 to 1911
- Henry Parkman Jr., member of the Massachusetts Senate since 1929, member of the Boston City Council from 1925 to 1929
- Michael H. Sullivan, municipal court judge and former chairman of the Boston Finance Commission
|William J. Foley||60,776||24.57|
|Henry Parkman Jr.||28,184||11.73|
|Joseph F. O'Connell||9,961||4.03|
|Michael H. Sullivan||9,127||3.69|
- "REPORT BILL TO STOP CONSECUTIVE TERMS". The Boston Globe. February 26, 1918. p. 6. Retrieved March 12, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
- "MANSFIELD TO TAKE OATH THIS MORNING". The Boston Globe. January 1, 1934. p. 20. Retrieved March 16, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
- Annual Report of the Election Department. 1933. p. 41.
- "Mansfield Wins in Boston: Defeats Nichols by 1909: Foley Finishes in 3d Place". Fitchburg Sentinel. November 8, 1933 – via newspapers.com.
- Boston Mayor Race - Nov 07, 1933 at ourcampaigns.com
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