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People always want to know if their elected officials are using tax money wisely. They want to know how they vote on the issues. That stuff is nice.

But we just want to figure out who is hotter.

Every week, we'll present you with a new two-week poll. Vote for your favorite, and we'll reveal the winner in two weeks.

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Monday, July 7, 2008

Hot through it all

Poll No. 20

After slaving away at their regular jobs all day, the brave men and women of Utah's city councils gather to debate projects, property taxes and zoning. Occasionally, they have a spat or two with the mayor. Sometimes, they go until the wee hours of the morning with these discussions.

But this group of women manages to keep looking hot through the heaviest of discussions in council chambers. Check 'em out.





Suzanne Allen
St. George









Marci Satterthwaite
Perry









Charelle Bowman
Cedar Hills











Anna Stanton
Clinton









Amy Wicks
Ogden






Oh, and happy voting, if you decide to, that is.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am Marci Satterthwaite and I hate that picture! Do you want another!

Elder Benson said...

Charelle Bowman may not be "hot," but she's the only one I'd take to my Stake Picnic.

Suzanne said...

This was a lot of fun!! Thanks for the chance to be a "hottie" - it makes this grandma's week. I am honored and surprised to have been nominated and to have held my own in the company of such BEAUTIFUL and MUCH YOUNGER (I think they're my kids' ages!)fellow council women. They're the "hottiest"!

Congrats to all!and may I suggest a vote for Jon Pike - a friend to all, handsome and kind, and all around good guy.

Amy Wicks said...

I've received several awards through the years, mainly for accomplishments or service to my community- but nothing quite like this. I'm really at a loss for words, which for those who know me...is rare. Thank you for this unique and lighthearted honor.

I will echo Suzanne's comments about being in the company of many beautiful competitors.

Having been told countless times that I look almost exactly like my mother (except I'm four inches taller) I guess I should give some credit to her. Thanks mom, for giving me your good genes, as well as making me wear sunscreen and begging me to eat my fruits and vegetables.



On a parting note, I'm going to put a plug in here to vote for Paul Cutler of Centerville in the next poll. We are both are Viewmont High School alums from the late 1980's/early 1990's.


Amy Wicks

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