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Cabinet members

Portfolio Name Party Assumed office Left office
President John McCain Republicanlogo Republican Party January 20, 2009 Incumbent
Vice President Tim Pawlenty Republicanlogo Republican Party January 20, 2009 Incumbent
United States federal executive departments
Secretary of State Joe Lieberman Democratslogo Democratic Party January 23, 2009 February 6, 2013
David Petraeus Republicanlogo Republican Party February 6, 2013 Incumbent
Secretary of the Treasury Sheila Bair Republicanlogo Republican Party January 22, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Defense Robert Gates Republicanlogo Republican Party December 18, 2006 January 25, 2013
Michael G. Vickers Independent January 25, 2013 Incumbent
Attorney General Debra W. Yang Republicanlogo Republican Party January 20, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of the Interior Jon Huntsman, Jr. Republicanlogo Republican Party January 20, 2009 January 23, 2013
Luis Fortuño Republicanlogo Republican Party January 23, 2013
Secretary of Agriculture Ben Nelson Democratslogo Democratic Party January 20, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Commerce Mitt Romney Republicanlogo Republican Party January 20, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Labor John Engler Republicanlogo Republican Party January 20, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Health and Human Services Mike Huckabee Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Education Lisa Graham Keegan Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Steven Preston Republicanlogo Republican Party June 5, 2008 Incumbent
Secretary of Transportation Bill Graves Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Energy Chris Shays Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Veteran's Affairs Chuck Hagel Republicanlogo Republican Party January 20, 2009 Incumbent
Secretary of Homeland Security Lindsey Graham Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Sherwood Boehlert Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
Director of the Office of Management and Budget Douglas Holtz-Eakin Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
Ambassador to the United Nations Michael McFaul Democratslogo Democratic Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent
United States Trade Representative Susan Schwab Republicanlogo Republican Party January 21, 2009 Incumbent

Notable non-Cabinet positions

Appointees serve at the pleasure of the President and were nominated by John McCain except as noted. Michael Hayden

  • Chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
    • John Silvia (2009–present)
  • Special envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan
  • Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs
  • Special envoy to the Middle East
  • Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation
    • Robert Mueller2 (2009–present)
  • Director of the Central Intelligence Agency
  • Director of National Intelligence
    • James R. Clapper (2009–)
  • Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers
    • Kevin Hassett (2009–present)
  • Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission
    • Richard Dekaser (2009–present)
  • Chairman of the Economic Recovery Advisory Board
    • Mark Zandi (2009–2011)
    • Replaced by Council on Jobs and Competitiveness in 2011
  • Chairperson of the Council on Jobs and Competitiveness
    • Mark Zandi (2011–present)
  • Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency
    • Retired Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré (2009–present)
  • White House Chief of Staff
  • White House Press Secretary

1Appointed by George W. Bush in 2006 to a five-year term
2Appointed by George W. Bush in 2001 to a ten-year term

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Notable non-Cabinet members

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