Biden sends latest nominations to the senate

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Updated: March 5, 2021

President Biden has sent the latest nominations to the senate for approval. The names sent are listed below.

Rohit Chopra, of the District of Columbia, to be Director, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection for a term of five years, vice Kathleen Laura Kraninger.

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     Rachel Leland Levine, of Pennsylvania, to be an Assistant Secretary of Health and Human Services, vice Brett Giroir.

     Brian P. McKeon, of the District of Columbia, to be Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources, vice Heather Anne Higginbottom.

     Victoria Nuland, of Virginia, to be an Under Secretary of State (Political Affairs), vice David Hale.

     Julie A. Su, of California, to be Deputy Secretary of Labor, vice Patrick Pizzella.

     Polly Ellen Trottenberg, of New York, to be Deputy Secretary of Transportation, vice Jeffrey A. Rosen.

     David Turk, of Maryland, to be Deputy Secretary of Energy, vice Mark Wesley Menezes.

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