Who Will Win Phoenix Mayoral Run-Off Election: Greg Stanton or Wes Gullett?

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Following yesterday's election, it appears the keys to Phoenix City Hall will soon belong to either Greg Stanton or Wes Gullett (insert South Park "turd sandwich" "giant douche" reference here).

Unofficial results show that Stanton scooped up about 38 percent of the vote, while Gullett came away with about 21 percent.

To become mayor, a candidate must receive 50-percent of the total vote. With neither candidate achieving that number, the two will square off in the first run-off election for Phoenix mayor in at least 60 years.

In yesterday's election, Stanton, a former Phoenix city councilman, may have had a fairly commanding lead over Gullett, a former lobbyist and pal-o-John McCain, but we want to know what you think: who will win the run-off election?

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