Now, Wiley stays in the hunt through several rounds of ranked-choice balloting, picking up enough second,- third,- fourth,- and fifth-place preferences to make it into the final trio of candidates. But she picks up fewer votes than Garcia, and far fewer than Adams. Among the reasons: Adams’s self-portrait as a “blue-collar mayor” in waiting reflects his coalition. He does best with voters making less than $50,000, getting 30 percent of their first-choice votes; Garcia gets 19 percent, Wiley gets 18 percent. Although both Adams and Wiley are Black, Adams leads among Black voters by 32 points.