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Election 2012

What a Romney Cabinet Would Look Like

photo of Cory Bennett
October 19, 2012

CHIEF OF STAFF (clockwise from top left): Ed Gillespie, former Republican National Committee chair; Bob White, former Bain Capital colleague; Bill Weld, former Massachusetts governor; Mike Leavitt, former Utah governor; Beth Myers, Romney's Massachusetts chief of staff.(Photo Illustration by Cory Bennett)

NATIONAL SECURITY TEAM (clockwise from top left): Former U.S. Special Envoy to Suday Richard Williamson, National Security Adviser; former CIA Director Michael Hayden, Director of National Intelligence; current CIA Director Gen. David Patraeus will likely keep his role; Sen. Joe Lieberman, I-Penn., Homeland Security Secretary; Sen. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, Secretary of State; New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Attorney General; former Sen. Jim Talent, R-Mo., Defense Secretary.(Photo Illustration by Cory Bennett)

ECONOMIC TEAM (from left): Dean of Columbia Business School Glenn Hubbard, Treasury Secretary; Staples founder Tom Stemberg, Commerce Secretary; former Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Office of Management and Budget Director; Stanford economist John Taylor, Council of Economic Advisers Chairman.(Photo Illustration by Cory Bennett)

 

DOMESTIC POLICY TEAM (from left to right): New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez, Interior Secretary; Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, Agriculture Secretary; Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, EPA Administrator; former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Education Secretary; former Massachusetts Health and Human Services Secretary Tim Murphy; former head of George W. Bush’s Council on Environmental Quality James Connaughton, Energy Secretary.(Photo Illustration by Cory Bennett)

SUPREME COURT (from left to right): Attorney Miguel Estrada; Sixth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals judge Jeffrey Sutton; former George W. Bush Administration Solicitor General Paul Clement; former 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals judge Michael McConnell.(Photo Illustration by Cory Bennett)

FEDERAL RESERVE (from left): Glenn Hubbard, dean of Columbia Business School; Martin Feldstein, long-term National Bureau of Economic Research president; Greg Mankiw, former chairman of the Council of Economic Affairs for George W. Bush; John Taylor, Stanford economist.(Photo Illustration by Cory Bennett)

 
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