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Vote Now: FishbookDC 2009′s “Most Ambitious” Journo

Who is FishbookDC’s most ambitious journo of 2009? Like your ambition Doogie Howser-style? Vote Garrett Graff or Tommy McFly. Straight up? From City Paper reporter to ABC’s White House correspondent, “ambition” is Jake Tapper‘s middle name. There are no bad candidates in this category…

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FishbookDC’s Summer Superlative Candidates: The “Mosts”

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The long-awaited moment is finally here. We reviewed your nominations and narrowed them down to those that were well-supported or well-deserved. Below are your 2009 candidates for the “most” categories. Voting will begin (for real this time) tomorrow. Until then, start planning your votes.

Most Likely to be a Headline
FNC’s Bret Baier
Air America’s Ana Marie Cox
NYT’s Maureen Dowd
NBC’s David Gregory

Most Mysterious
Politico’s Mike Allen
TWT’s Stephanie Green
“DCRTV Dave” Dave Hughes
Examiner’s Jeff Dufour

Most Ambitious
ABC’s Jake Tapper
TWT’s John Solomon
Washingtonian’s Garrett Graff
ABC’s Rick Klein
WaPo’s Ezra Klein
CTV News’ Saadia Van Winkle
Mix 107.3′s Tommy McFly

Most Likely to Join the Administration
HuffPo’s Nico Pitney
Time’s Richard Stengel
Newseek’s Howard Fineman
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews
The Atlantic’s Chris Bodenner
HuffPo’s Dan Froomkin

Most Competitive
Roll Call’s Jackie Kucinich
National Journal’s Erin McPike
CQ’s (soon to be FP) Josh Rogin
WaPo’s Chris Cillizza
Politico’s Glenn Thrush