FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
BitterDC’s Swampy Awards
RUSSIAN AMBASSADOR NOMINATED FOR SWAMPY AWARD
First Annual Political Awards Recognize Achievement in Washington, DC Political Life
Washington, DC (March 8, 2017) – His Excellency Sergey Kislyak, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United States of America has been nominated for the Most Valuable P(l)ayer Swampy Award for 2017.
The description of the Most Valuable P(l)ayer Award is “Why achieve real things, when you can just pay somebody to give them to you?”
Co-founder and spokesperson Julie Germany said, “We are honored that a member of the Beltway political community nominated the work of his Excellency Sergey Kislyak, Ambassador of the Russian Federation, for this award. This nomination is a testament to his networking ability–which is outstanding and enviable–and to the savvy of our political community. Game recognizes game.”
Ambassador Kislyak has recently been in the news for a series of meetings with political thought leaders, candidates, and elected officials leading up to the 2016 Presidential Election.
The Swampy Awards were founded in 2017 by a group of political hacks and are designed to cross partisan lines and celebrate what we do best: make noise, promote stuff, and get attention.
Award categories include:
- Most Popular by Host Committee Votes
- Lifetime Achievement Award in Internet Trolling
- The Top DC Advocacy Campaigns Nobody Cared About
- All-Around Sexiest Beltway Beasts
- 30 Over 30 Who Never Changed the World But Still Have Time
- Most Wonderfully Shameless Self Promoters
- DC’s Most Likely to Nominate Themselves for An Award (Self-nominations only)
- Most Arrogant, Colorful LinkedIn Profile Artists
- Most Valuable P(l)ayer Award
- The Most Lovable Nerds in Politics
- Best Asshole Whisperer
- Most Adored Political Blogger/Reporter
- The Swamp Rat Award for Most Egregious Displays of Success on Social Media
- World’s Greatest Humble Bragger in Politics
Swampy Award nominations are open to the public. The awards will be announced on May 6, 2017.
More information about the Swampy Awards can be found at http://bitterdc.com.