On Wednesday July 31, The Hill gave the public a fun and different view of members of the political community with the 2013 winners of “The Hill’s 50 Most Beautiful People”. As the country’s inhabitants get frustrated watching supposed political advocates spend their days arguing with each other and answering for inappropriate behavior it is a pleasurable escape viewing the newly elected Hill beauty stars.
The tenth anniversary of the most beautiful list celebrates with newly made eligible winners.
The Hill’s top 50 most beautiful politically concerned people list is comprised of winners nominated by fans. Admirers sent in nominations of their favorite hotties on Capitol Hill including congressional workers, lawmakers as well as media members and lobbyists. This tenth year marked the first year that employees of the executive branch were eligible for nomination as well. When the nominating was closed at the end of May more than 500 nominations had been received by The Hill.
July 31 marks the day of reckoning for the public to view the cream of the beautiful political crop. Out of the over 500 nominations the 50 most beautiful have been chosen and released. A slide show reveals photos of each winner and a brief biography along with some fun statements and facts made by the winners about their lives.
The top ten on the list are in order, but the bottom forty are not categorized by ranking.
The top five winners begin with a 50 year old at the top and twins in fourth and fifth place. Republican Senator Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) takes the number one spot for “Mr. All-American” showing that at 50 years old, age is not a factor for one to be a winner when it comes to being beautiful. Second place “Girl Power” winner is Democrat single 27 year old beauty Kirby Bumpus. Democrat Sam Kass, the White House chef and the first lady’s executive director of her anti-obesity “Let’s Move” program, took third place as “Kitchen Cutie”. The number four and five spots are filled by 24 year old identical twin sisters who work as production assistants at C-Span. Nonpartisan Sara Zou, took number four as “Sister Act” and her sister, Nonpartisan Chellie Zou came in fifth winning the “Dynamic Duo” title.
Hawaii to world traveling rounds up the last five of the top ten winners. Winning the sixth spot is Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii), the “Hawaiian Heartbreaker” who brought her “aloha spirit” to Congress as the youngest female member at 32 years old. Eric Ortega, an Independent placed seventh as “Lord of the Dance” working on Capitol Hill to “help other artists to make a difference”. Republican Zack Condry came in eighth place as “Political Cook in the Kitchen” as homage to his work as a cook and political operative working as a Republican strategist at The Prosper Group. “Curly Haired Cutie” Republican Julie Goldfarb, a legislative aide for Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.), takes ninth place. Rounding out the top ten winners is the Environmental Protection Agency spokeswoman Democrat Alisha Johnson named “Globe-Trotter” in the number 10 spot.
The finishing forty contenders are comprised of worthy victors representing all political parties and beliefs. The real beauty of this election is that politics are left out allowing for the true inner and outer assets of the winner to be represented.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder and can overcome many obstacles. Let the beauty flow, if only for a moment, to forget about the political fighting. Never be afraid to dance!
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