Election Night Celebrations After Rough Ride on the Campaign Trail

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Two mayoral candidates. Two Election Night celebrations.

But which one will be the pity party?

Wes Gullett is hosting his celebration at Alexi's Grill, the same central Phoenix eatery where he claimed his second-place victory in the August 30 primary election.

He welcomes volunteers, supporters and friends at Alexi's, 3550 N. Central Avenue, at 7 p.m. to watch when election results start pouring in at 8 p.m.

Greg Stanton, who was the top vote-getter in the primary, is going to be at Levine Machine at 605 E. Grant Street from 7 to 10 p.m.

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