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Nominees: Hottest Male Off-Airs

The following are the top ten hottest media males working off-air in Washington, as chosen by reader nominations and our panel of judges. The top vote getter in this category was a joint nomination for the L.A. Times’ Pentagon team, John Hendren and Mark Mazzetti:

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John Hendren, Reporter, LA Times (pictured here in Iraq) and Mark Mazzetti (right): “Both tall, dark and handsome. Both actual nice guys. The best-looking national security team in Washington.”

The other nine are after the jump.


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Ben Bradlee, Godfather, The Washington Post: “‘Nuff said.”

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John Dickerson, Reporter, Slate

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Patrick Gavin, Associate Editorial Page Editor, Washington Examiner

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Josh Gross, Producer, CBS

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Matt LaBash, Writer, The Weekly Standard

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John McCalla, Editor, Washington Business Journal

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Andy Miller, Production Assistant, ABC News

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Michael Robinson-Chavez, Photographer, Washington Post

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Richard Wolffe, Reporter, Newsweek: “Charming, British, very urbane. Magnificently tailored suits, funky glasses worthy of an architect. Oh and that accent! I could listen to him read the phone book and be happy.”

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