Obama’s Longest-Serving Cabinet Member Confirmed To Biden’s Cabinet

Obama’s Longest-Serving Cabinet Member Confirmed To Biden’s Cabinet


The Senate has voted 92-7 to approve Tom Vilsack as President Joe Biden’s Agriculture secretary, the eighth confirmed Cabinet member of the new administration.

“After an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote, Secretary Vilsack is officially confirmed,” Sen. Debbie Stabenow, a Democrat from Michigan, tweeted on Tuesday afternoon. “I look forward to partnering with him to address the COVID-19 pandemic for our farmers, feed families in need, curb the climate crises, and address racial discrimination in agriculture.”

After an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote, Secretary Vilsack is officially confirmed! I look forward to partnering with him to address the COVID-19 pandemic for our farmers, feed families in need, curb the climate crisis, and address racial discrimination in agriculture.

— Sen. Debbie Stabenow (@SenStabenow) February 23, 2021

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Vilsack, 70, returns to the same position he held during the Obama administration, a role he filled for eight years as the former president’s longest-serving Cabinet member. He had previously gained extensive knowledge of the agriculture

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