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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Utah's Congressional Contingent Is Many Things, Just Not Very Sexy

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click to enlarge According to the website SexyCongress.net, Rep. Mia Love is Utah's sexiest lawmaker in Washington, D.C.
  • According to the website SexyCongress.net, Rep. Mia Love is Utah's sexiest lawmaker in Washington, D.C.
It’s safe to say that Utah’s congressional contingent is conservative, somehow decidedly anti-federal and, it turns out, not all that sexy.

This last fact is courtesy of the website, SexyCongress.net, which since July 17 has purportedly received 442,000 votes ranking Congress members' sexiness.

Utah’s freshman Congresswoman Mia Love was the Beehive State’s bright spot, ranking No. 31 out of 104 women. It’s not entirely clear how many votes Love received. At the top of the female list is Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic member of the House from Hawaii.

Of Utah’s five male lawmakers, Sen. Mike Lee took the top spot at No. 96. He was followed by Rep. Chris Stewart, No. 140; Rep. Jason Chaffetz, No. 192; Sen. Orrin Hatch, No. 290. Rounding out last place is Rep. Rob Bishop, who placed No. 314 out of 429.

Sen. Martin Heinrich, a Democratic from New Mexico, won the top spot in the men’s race.

At the bottom of the male rankings was Republican House member Leonard Lance of New Jersey. In the women’s category, Rep. Rosa DeLauro, a Democrat from Connecticut, took the bottom slot.

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