Yeah, we know it's not a real pic of Sarah Palin, but, um, so what?
Yeah, we know it's not a real pic of Sarah Palin, but, um, so what?

Top 10 Hottest Women in Arizona Politics

Before you buy into the line that "Politics is showbusiness for ugly people," take a look at these 10 bold-and-beautiful women pols from the Grand Canyon state.

Not too shabby, eh?

Feminists, spare us, please. Coming soon is a list of top-10 hot politician dudes for you to peruse.

10.) State Representative and Democratic Minority Whip Rebecca Rios

Pro-choice Democrat Rios defends abortion rights like a left-wing Wonder Woman, whose looks she rivals.
Pro-choice Democrat Rios defends abortion rights like a left-wing Wonder Woman, whose looks she rivals.
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9.) Former Scottsdale City Councilwoman Lisa Borowsky

Her run for Congress in the GOP primary for CD9 fizzled, which is probably a good thing. Otherwise we might go blind staring at her.
Her run for Congress in the GOP primary for CD9 fizzled, which is probably a good thing. Otherwise we might go blind staring at her.
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8.) Catherine Miranda, Democratic state Senator from LD 27

Miranda's slim, athletic good looks and fetching smile are almost enough to make us forget that she endorsed Republican Doug Ducey for governor, with the emphasis on "almost."
Miranda's slim, athletic good looks and fetching smile are almost enough to make us forget that she endorsed Republican Doug Ducey for governor, with the emphasis on "almost."
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7.) Paula Pennypacker, Democratic candidate for state Senate

The hot Republican-turned-Dem slapped around wingnutty GOPer John Kavanagh in the 2014 LD23 general election contest for state Senator, though Kav still prevailed in the heavily Republican district. Next time, Paula!
The hot Republican-turned-Dem slapped around wingnutty GOPer John Kavanagh in the 2014 LD23 general election contest for state Senator, though Kav still prevailed in the heavily Republican district. Next time, Paula!
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6.) Former state Senator Pamela Gorman

Yeah, Gorman was a Teabagger, but remember that campaign video of her shooting a machine gun? That was hot.
Yeah, Gorman was a Teabagger, but remember that campaign video of her shooting a machine gun? That was hot.
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5.) Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk

Not only is Polk a lovely lady, she once likened the axis of disbarred Maricopa County Attorney Andy Thomas and Sheriff Joe to "totalitarianism...spreading before my eyes." Schwing!
Not only is Polk a lovely lady, she once likened the axis of disbarred Maricopa County Attorney Andy Thomas and Sheriff Joe to "totalitarianism...spreading before my eyes." Schwing!
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4.) Christine Jones, 2014 GOP primary candidate for Governor

Rich, red-headed, right-wing, and sassy. Heck, she smells good, too...
Rich, red-headed, right-wing, and sassy. Heck, she smells good, too...
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3.) Sarah Palin, sometime Arizona resident, former Veep candidate, ex-Guv of Alaska, spoken of as a possible rival to McCain in 2016

Don't give us any crap. We saw her once at a GOP event, and she's got great legs. Plus her accent really gets us going.
Don't give us any crap. We saw her once at a GOP event, and she's got great legs. Plus her accent really gets us going.
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2.) Republican State Representative Michelle Ugenti

Any woman who looks like this and jokes about masturbation while she's chairing a committee has our vote.
Any woman who looks like this and jokes about masturbation while she's chairing a committee has our vote.
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1.) Amanda Stanford, Pinal County Clerk of Superior Court

Stanford, a GOPer, unseated an incumbent in 2014 and has gone on to restore integrity to what was a badly-managed clerk's office in Pinal County. She's smart, savvy, and easily the most attractive woman in Arizona politics.
Stanford, a GOPer, unseated an incumbent in 2014 and has gone on to restore integrity to what was a badly-managed clerk's office in Pinal County. She's smart, savvy, and easily the most attractive woman in Arizona politics.
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