(HOLLYWOOD REPORTER) Finishing in 5th place, Weiner offers the final gesture following his concession speech in the NYC mayoral election.

With 93 percent of the precincts reporting, New York’s public advocate Bill de Blasio emerged at the top of a crowded Democratic primary field in the NYC mayoral election on Tuesday evening, slowly edging towards securing 40 percent of the vote, the margin needed to avoid a runoff election.

It could be hours, however, before it’s clear whether de Blasio has enough votes to avoid a runoff election with second-place Democratic vote-getter, former city comptroller William C. Thompson Jr.

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