Cincinnati voters elected John Cranley as the next mayor on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013. Kareem Elgazzar | WCPO
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John Cranley's in: Social media reacts to results of Nov. 5 election

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CINCINNATI - Cincinnatians took to social media after the election results came in Tuesday night and John Cranley won out as the city's mayor-elect.

Some posters on the 9 On Your Side Facebook Page supported Cranley's election, while others are concerned about the fate of the streetcar project. We gathered the thoughts of fellow Tri-Staters so you could see what they're saying and join in the conversation.

What are your thoughts on Cincinnati's choice of John Cranley as the city's next mayor? Leave a comment in the section below, tweet @WCPO, or post on our WCPO Facebook page.

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