With two failed picks for commerce secretary behind him, White House officials say that former Washington Gov. Gary Locke will be President Obama’s next choice to be hoisted out to the public.
From Fox News:
Locke, a Democrat, was the nation’s first Chinese-American governor when he served two terms in the Washington statehouse from 1997 to 2005.
Since leaving office he’s been working for the Seattle-based law firm Davis Wright Tremaine on issues involving China, energy and governmental...Read Full Story
President Obama's pick for commerce secretary is likely to be former Washington Gov. Gary Locke, two administration sources told CNN Monday. Locke, 57, was the country's first Chinese-American governor. He would be Obama's third nomination for the post, after New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and Republican Sen. Judd Gregg withdrew.Read Full Story
It's been a busy couple of weeks, and you might not feel like you truly got to know President Obama's choice to head up the Commerce Department. Here's your chance -- we sat down with former Washington governor Gary Locke for this brief video:Read Full Story
Wikizines are interactive magazines that anyone can create or edit - and this one is called "Mona Lee Locke". Here you can find fresh voices and respond in real time. Some members write articles about recent news and trends related to the wikizine's topic, others recount relevant personal stories or share their favorite pictures and video clips. Got an interesting idea or story to share with other members of this wikizine? Well, then put on your journalist's cap and add your own article!Read Full Story