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Top 10 Go Daddy Girl Outfits Christine Jones Should Wear for Her Run for Governor

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Scottsdale-based Go Daddy wouldn't be the world's largest seller of Internet domain names -- by far -- without its stable of scantily clad sex kittens.

Now that Christine Jones, former general counsel for the company, is running for governor, we can't help wondering how she'd look in some of the outfits that helped make founder Bob Parsons a billionaire. As the Republican gubernatorial candidate's bio states, Jones has testified before Congress numerous times -- was she the inspiration for Go Daddy's controversial and fun C-SPAN-themed 2005 Super Bowl commercial?

Here's Valley Fever's take on some wardrobe options for the campaign:

(Photo illustrations by Ray Stern)

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