Nikki is a Hottie, But Marsha's Sizzling 

“Nicole” Tinker (that’s “Nikki Tinker” to followers of our own 9th congressional District’s crowded Democratic primary race) is one of ten political women nominated for www.politics1.com’s annual online poll to identify “the hottest woman in US politics.” Also featured in the list is the 7th District’s Republican incumbent, Marsha Blackburn, who also represents part of Memphis. Which would make Memphis the home of two of politics' hottest babes.

ther nominees included Louisiana Senator Mary Laundrieu, the pulchritudinous Representative Stephanie Herseth of South Dakota, and California congresswoman Mary Bono (yep, Sonny’s widow).

To cast your vote for one of the hometown gals, go here.

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