09/11/2013 08:21 am ET Updated Sep 11, 2013

How New York City Voted


Public Advocate Bill de Blasio took a commanding lead in Tuesday night's Democratic mayoral primary, and will avoid a runoff against second-place candidate Bill Thompson if he can maintain at least 40 percent of the vote after a recount.

But the electoral map shows a divided city, with John Liu sweeping neighborhoods with majority Asian populations, Christine Quinn finding pockets of deep support on the Upper East Side, and even Anthony Weiner picking up districts in Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx.

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