Bono, Hill staffer among list of singles who 'dazzle'

Bolton, Alexander
May 2007
Hill;5/30/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 64, p9
The article discusses that Congressional Representative Mary Bono and Phil Park, chief of staff to Sen. George Voinovich, will have to represent the rest of the legislative branch among the lists of singles who dazzle and delight in Washington. Capitol File magazine Editor in Chief Kate Gibbs would not reveal her publication's methodology in the building list. According to Gibbs, most of the men and women who made the list were initially shy about being photographed for the story.


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