Boston Mayoral Election

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Lila Mayoral Wirshing - Early Years and Marriage
... Lila Mayoral was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico to industrialist Juan Eugenio Mayoral Renovales and Julita Wirshing Serrallés ... Mayoral began her studies at the Liceo Ponceño in Ponce, and finished high school at the Dana Hall School in Massachusetts ... Mayoral and Hernández Colón married on October 24, 1959 ...
List Of Elections In Massachusetts - By Office - Local
... Boston mayoral election, 1947 Boston mayoral election, 1951 Boston mayoral election, 1955 Boston mayoral election, 1959 Boston mayoral election, 1963 Boston mayoral ...
Left Alternative
... List was adopted and this label faced its first major electoral test in the London mayoral elections and London Assembly elections on 1 May 2008 ... Lindsey German, the Mayoral candidate, came seventh and in both the Mayoral and Assembly elections, Left List received less than 1% of the vote, well down on Respect's performance in 2004 ...
Boston Mayoral Election, 2009 - See Also
... List of mayors of Boston, Massachusetts Boston city council election, 2009. ...
Mayoral Executive Jet
... Mayoral Executive Jet is an airline based in Malaga, Spain ... Mayoral is a corporate aviation company, that offers a variety of services including airtaxi, airplane maintenance and handling, airplane sales, aviation consulting, aircraft management, and ambulance flights ... The group pertains to Confecciones Mayoral ...

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