In online search results related to their hotness, Mitt Romney, left, is trailing President Barack Obama. The Democratic incumbent might have the edge because of an August 2008 vacation photo of him getting out of the ocean after he went bodysurfing in Honolulu.
In online search results related to their hotness, Mitt Romney, left, is trailing President Barack Obama. The Democratic incumbent might have the edge because of an August 2008 vacation photo of him getting out of the ocean after he went bodysurfing in Honolulu. ASSOCIATED PRESS
In online search results related to their hotness, Mitt Romney, left, is trailing President Barack Obama. The Democratic incumbent might have the edge because of an August 2008 vacation photo of him getting out of the ocean after he went bodysurfing in Honolulu. ASSOCIATED PRESS

Candidates' 'hotness' is a hot-button issue online

October 07, 2012 12:00 AM

UPDATED October 07, 2012 01:45 AM

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