50 Most Beautiful list is out on Wednesday

The Hill’s 10th annual 50 Most Beautiful List will be out on Wednesday, and here’s a sneak peek at what to expect from the beauties.

Pennsylvania dominated the list this year with five honorees. Texas and New Jersey were close, at four each. The Washington, D.C. metro area also did well: Two people on the list are District natives. Three others hail from Virginia.

This marks the first year that White House and executive branch employees were eligible, and the list reflects that.

With control of the White House and the Senate, Democrats dominated with 26 honorees. Republicans did well with 16 people on the list. There are eight independent or nonpartisan beauties.

And, for all you singles out there, 21 people on the list have the same relationship status, so happy browsing.

There were more than 500 nominations this year — a new record — so thanks to all the loyal fans out there for sending in their hotties. The list could not be done without you!

Because of the massive interest, a lot of beauties didn’t make the cut, so please try again next year.

People cannot be on the list more than once, but they can be nominated multiple years. Nominations open again in May 2014.

The full 50 Most Beautiful List will be available exclusively in Wednesday’s edition of The Hill and on thehill.com.