Readers of Richard Viguerie’s ConservativeHQ.com have chosen two lovely legal eagles for a third and final round of the website’s best-looking female state attorney general poll.
The original poll held last month let readers vote for their favorite among the eight female attorneys general, but no one candidate won a clear majority in a second round. Pam Bondi of Florida, Kathleen Kane of Pennsylvania, Lori Swanson of Minnesota, and Kamala Harris of California garnered the largest percentage of votes in the “Final Four” poll.
A championship poll pits Pam Bondi of Florida against Kathleen Kane of Pennsylvania. The pretty prosecutor who receives the most reader votes will win the title of “America’s Best-Looking Female State Attorney General.”
The poll was created in response to recent comments by President “Ogler” Obama that Kamala Harris was “by far” the most attractive. Richard Viguerie countered that all of the eight female attorneys general are attractive. All eight female AGs deserved the same attention.
“It’s not ConservativeHQ that brought these girls’ stunning appearance to the national stage. You can thank Obama for that. However, we are the only outlet giving the public a chance to have their say, too — and have fun with it in the process. We aim to celebrate these high-powered ladies’ God-given talents. Females everywhere should feel empowered to see that driven women can be both beautiful and successful,” Viguerie stated.
“Readers made it clear -- Kamala Harris wasn’t the only eye-catching female AG. In fact, they found it difficult to choose one top gorgeous gal out of the field of eight. Thus, a runoff of the top four was necessary,” Viguerie said. “Now it’s time to find out which brainy beauty will clinch the title, Bondi or Kane. I admit – this round’s going to be really tough.”
The ConservativeHQ.com website (https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/AGChampPoll) displays the photos of the final two charmers of the court along with their states. Readers can then vote on which one they think is the comeliest.
To prevent partisan bias, their political affiliations are omitted. "It’s about selecting the most alluring gal, not the most conservative or liberal," Viguerie said. “We encourage everyone to vote for their preference. It’s likely to be the most fun they’ll have at the polls all year.”