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  • Judy Seo Period 6 HW #3 Ms. Bines 1. The Federal Government a. The U.S. Executive -President: Barack Obama - First Lady: Michelle Obama -Vice President: Joe Biden -Department of State: Secretary John Kerry -Department of the Treasury: Secretary Jack Lew -Department of Defense: Secretary Chuck Hagel -Department of Justice: Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. -Department of the interior: Secretary Sally Jewell -Department of Agriculture: Secretary Thomas J. Vilsack -Department of Commerce: Secretary Penny Pritzker -Department of Labor: Secretary Thomas E. Perez -Department of Health and Human Services: Secretary Kathleen Sebelius -Department of Housing and Urban Development: Secretary Shaun L.S. Donovan -Department of transportation: Secretary Anthony Foxx -Department of Energy: Secretary Ernest Moniz -Department of Education: Secretary Arne Duncan -Department of Veterans Affairs: Secretary Eric K. Shinseki -Department of Homeland Security: Acting Secretary Rand Beers
  • 2. The Congress a. Senate -Kirsten E. Gillibrand: Democrat -Charles E. Schumer: Democrat b. House of Representatives -Grace Meng, New York’s 6th Congressional District: Democrat 3. The Judiciary a. Members of the Supreme Court Chief Justice John G Roberts Jr.: Nominated by President George W. Bush and took his seat on September 29, 2005. -Associate Justice Antonin Scalia: Nominated by President Ronald Reagan and took his sea on September 26, 1986. -Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy: Nominated by President Ronald Reagan and took his seat on February 18, 1988 -Associate Justice Clarence Thomas: Nominated by President George H.W. Bush and took his seat on October 23, 1991 -Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: nominated by President Bill Clinton and took her seat on August 10, 1993 -Associate Justice Stephen G. Breyer: Nominated by President Bill Clinton and took his seat on August 3, 1994 -Associate Justice Samuel Anthony Alito, Jr.: Nominated by President George W. Bush and took his seat of January 31, 2006 -Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor: Nominated by President Barack Obama and took her seat on August 8, 2009 -Associate Justice Elena Kagan: Nominated by President Barack Obama and took her seat on August 7, 2010
  • -Associate Justice Sandra Day O’Connor(retired): Nominated by President Ronald Reagan and took her seat on September 5 1981 He retired on January 31, 2006. -Associate Justice David H. Souter (retired): Nominated by President George H.W. Bush and took his seat of October 9, 1990. He retired on June 29, 2009. - Associate Justice John Paul Stevens (retired): Nominated by President Gerald Ford and took his seat on December 19, 1975. He retired on June 29, 2010. 1. New York State Government A. Branches -The Legislature is the lawmaking branch of state government. It is a bicameral body with the Senate and the Assembly. In total there are 212 members, who were elected from districts throughout the state. -The Executive Brach is headed by the governor, who has the authority to veto legislative bills, convene the Legislature for special sessions, appoint and/or remove noon-elected sate officers, and grant reprieves, commutations and pardons. -The Judicial Branch is empowered to adjudicate. 2. New York State Executive A. Governor: Andrew Cuomo; Democrat (Since 2011) B. Lieutenant Governor: Robert Duffy; Democrat (Since 2011) C. Comptroller: Thomas DiNapoli; Democrat (Since 2007) D. Attorney General:Eric Schneiderman; Democrat (Since 2011) 3. New York State Legislature View slide
  • A. New York State District #: 11 B. New York State Senator: Tony Avella; Democrat(Since 2011) C.New York State Assembly #: 26 D. New York State Assemblyperson: Edward Braunstein; Democrat(Since 2010) View slide