As the race to succeed Boston Mayor Raymond Flynn heats up, one potential candidate has said that if elected she would push for changes in the way the city chooses bond underwriters.

City Councilor Rosaria Salerno. one of about 10 potential candidates eyeing Flynn's old post, said in a press release she would recommend that investment houses bid competitively for the right to underwrite city bonds. Further, Salerno would limit to $100 the amount top executives at investment firms could donate to campaigns.

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