By Kris Kitto - 06/20/11 11:53 PM EDT
• I nominate [NAME] of [LAWMAKER’S] office. His email is [EMAIL], and his work phone number is [PHONE NUMBER].
In addition to his charm and Frank Sinatra looks, [NAME] is a talented contributor to the Hill community.
For a Hill staffer quick with a winning smile, and a round of free shots, [NAME] deserves to be on your list!
• I would like to nominate [NAME] for The Hill’s 50 Most Beautiful People. [NAME], a native of [STATE] who has worked on the Hill for six years, isn’t your typical guy on the 50 Most Beautiful List. A [POLICY] analyst on the [CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE], [NAME’S] sex appeal is that he is tremendously smart, cranking out random trivia about everything from Richard Nixon to how to install a deck, and spitting off budget knowledge that would put Jack Lew to shame. He isn’t afraid to laugh at himself or the fact that he is losing his hair. One secret about [NAME] that he is not only a Hill staffer but also an elected politician in [LOCATION]. He can be found on the weekends wooing the senior citizen ladies (who LOVE him!), making Christmas ornaments for needy children or planting plants around town. He is the most humble guy you will ever meet — and would never in a million years believe that I nominated him for this.
[NAME] is one of the sweetest, smartest guys on the Hill, I don’t know a person who dislikes him. He’s got a cute smile, a great laugh, and a heart for public service. Please consider him for the 50 Most Beautiful People.
• I would like to nominate [NAME], who is the [POSITION] for the [CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEE], for the 50 Most Beautiful list. Some of his attributes are that he is an eligible bachelor, he has great hair that I would give anything to have a little, has an infectious laugh and the coveted D.C. insider conversational style, and of course he’s just darn handsome.
• This is our colleague [NAME]. He is a [POSITION] for [CONGRESSIONAL OFFICE]. He is known around the Hill as a “young, up-and-coming Whipper Snapper” who exudes a rare blend of common courtesy and machismo, not seen since the likes of a young Theodore Roosevelt. Members of Congress continually comment [NAME] on his perfectly kept hair (he styles his hair after Bart Simpson) and his finely knitted suits that would make Frank Sinatra look like a hobo. And as you can tell below in the picture, [NAME] is no slouch with the ladies …