United States Secretary of Commerce

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The United States Secretary of Commerce is head of the Department of Commerce and a member of the Presidential Cabinet. The current secretary, as of 2017, is Wilbur Ross, serving under Republican President Donald Trump.

Obama nominated two people to fill the position; Gov. Bill Richardson and Republican Sen. Judd Gregg. Richardson withdrew when he was caught in a Pay for play scandal. Gregg cited disputes over the 2010 census and economic stimulus plan. Locke was confirmed by the Senate on March 24, 2009.[1]


  1. https://www.foxnews.com/politics/first100days/2009/03/24/senate-confirms-locke-commerce-secretary/