The 20 Hottest Conservative Women In The New Media (2012 Edition)


Welcome to the 4th annual 20 hottest conservative women in the new media. Besides myself, this year’s new slate of judges included,

1) Ali Akbar from Vice and Victory and National Bloggers Club.

2) Steven Crowder.

3) Quin Hillyer from the American Spectator.

4) John Hinderaker at Power Line Blog.

5) Dustin Stockton from The Tea Party.net.

6) Lee Stranahan from Breitbart.

7) Erik Telford from the Franklin Center.

The judges voted on a large selection of contestants. The judges voted on over 40 contestants. After dropping the low score for each woman, the highest remaining scores made the list.

Do keep in mind that this list only covers active women in the new media. That means no Fox News babes, no congressional aides, and no think tankers – unless they have a new media presence as well.

Here are the women that made the final cut.

20) Kira Davis.

18) Kathleen McKinley from Texas Sparkle.

Kathleen McKinley

18) Sarah Durand from The Louisville Tea Party.

16) Jenny Erikson.

16) Amelia Hamilton from Red Alert Politics.

14) Kristina Ribali Musings from the Blonde Momshell.

14) Jedediah Bila.

13) Katie Kieffer.

11) Kelly Maher from Revealing Politics.

11) Ann Coulter.

10) Lila Rose from Live Action.

9) Ashley Sewell from The Top 7 With Jenny and Ashley.

8) Mary Katharine Ham from The Weekly Standard.

7) Monica Crowley from Monica Memo.

6) April Gregory from Misfit Politics.

4) Sarah Palin.

4) S.E. Cupp from The Blaze.

3) Michelle Malkin.

2) Katie Pavlich from Townhall.

1) Dana Loesch from Breitbart.

Also see,

The 20 Hottest Conservative Women In The New Media (2011 Edition)
The 20 Hottest Conservative Women In The New Media (2010 Edition)
The 15 Hottest Conservative Women In The New Media (2009 Edition)

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