Think of it as the Washington version of People Magazine's "Most Beautiful" issue. Of course, instead of A-list stars, we're talking people who work on the Hill.
Yep, it's that time of year again: Nominations for The Hill's 13th annual 50 Most Beautiful opened Monday.
The list usually includes everyone from members of Congress to staffers to political reporters.
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"For those who are blessed not only with beauty but also a healthy ego: Yes, you are allowed to nominate yourself," according to an email from The Hill. "Anyone who regularly works in politics in Washington is eligible. " All nominations are confidential.
You can submit your nomination/s by emailing 50MB@thehill.com. Include the nominee's name, place of employment, contact information and a high-quality image.
Last year's honorees included Sen. Martin Heinrich (D-New Mexico) (#6), First Lady Michelle Obama (#9) and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii).
Nominations will close in late May, and the winners will be revealed later this year.