In the words of Seattle magazine writer Susan Nakagawa, 38-year-old political consultant

In the words of Seattle magazine writer Susan Nakagawa, 38-year-old political consultant Christian Sinderman is just this hot: “Sinderman’s tousled good looks and trim build could easily put him on the cover of an REI catalogue.” Having worked with Sinderman on Maria Cantwell’s 2000 Senate camapign, I know Sindy’s secret to staying so trim: Red Vines. They’re good for you.


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