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Red Alert Politics Fetes 2013 '30 Under 30' List; Examiner's 'Yeas & Nays' Column Relaunches

By Daniel Swartz on July 2, 2013
Red Alert Politics' editorial staff.
Red Alert Politics' editorial staff.
Be sure to check out all 22 of our photographs from this event HERE!
The Guest List:
Courtney Cohen, Nikki Schwab: 1 | 2
PENN QUARTER -- If you were a member of the District's budding population of young conservatives, Monday night's hot ticket came courtesy of Red Alert Politics, with the online publication hosting a private party inside LivingSocial's trendy Penn Quarter event space.

The celebration served double-duty as both a congratulatory affair to the winners of Red Alert's annual '30 Under 30' list, as well as toasting the relaunch of The Washington Examiner's much looked forward to 'Yeas & Nays' column.

The former is a way for the right-leaning publication -- led by editor Francesca Chambers -- to recognize some of the year's 'finest young conservative, libertarian, and Republican leaders', with more than 400 nominations submitted for 2013. Prior winners, as well as Red Alert staff members and contributors to its parent company's sister publications, were excluded from consideration.

Speaking of said companion companies, Red Alert Politics is owned by the same media organization that publishes The Weekly Standard and The Washington Examiner. The Examiner, of course, made headlines recently for shuttering its daily print operation in favor of an online-only model (coupled with a weekly print glossy).

A supposed casualty of said reboot was the publication's popular 'Yeas & Nays' column, which was helmed by veteran D.C. journalist Nikki Schwab. However, with Red Alert's newfound prominence, Schwab made the jump to the 'red all over' site, debuting her first story last night.

Be sure to check out all 22 of our photographs from this event HERE!
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