Who was the first woman cabinet member?

Answer Frances Perkins was the first woman to hold a cabinet position in the United States. Appointed by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933, Perkins held the position of Secretary of Labor for 12 years.Source:... Read More »

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Why does one cabinet member sit out of the state of the union?

Why is one member of the presidents cabinet not at the state of the union address?

President Obama will deliver his second State of the Union address to a joint session of congress on Wednesday, January 27th (9pm EST).

Which cabinet member is in charge of the secret service?

My Guess the four Girl Knights, well we have Mata Hari, righr.

What cabinet member was left out of the state of the union?

Not really. If the president has already served two terms the he or she cannot run again. If he or she believed they stood a good chance of winning then they are likely to run again. If, however, ... Read More »