As Primary Week comes to a close in Brooklyn and across the city, most New Yorkers — especially Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota — are looking forward.
But Bill Thompson, who as of now stands at second in the Democratic Primary, is steadfastly looking back at Tuesday, according to published reports.
In an interview with Capital New York on Friday, de Blasio said Thompson had every right to pursue a runoff, which will only happen if the recanvassed voting machines dropped his vote total below 40 percent.
Thompson, for his part, was adamant.
“As a Democracy, our top priority must be that every vote be counted," he said in a statement.
What do you think? Should Thompson concede the nomination or insist that the vote totals be official? Let us know in the comments.