subject to Senate confirmation

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  • Members appointed by the Governor and Lieutenant Governor shall be subject to Senate confirmation before serving.
  • District Court judges are appointed by the Governor to ten-year terms, subject to Senate confirmation.
  • As with all three- and four-star positions, the Director's appointment is subject to Senate confirmation.
  • Like most federal judges, judges in this court are appointed by the President, subject to Senate confirmation.
  • IPAB is composed of fifteen members appointed by the President, subject to Senate confirmation.
  • The president may also negotiate "executive agreements" with foreign powers that are not subject to Senate confirmation.
  • The Governor appoints, subject to Senate confirmation, one from each Congressional district and five at-large members.
  • Based on their interpretation of the constitutional language, these critics argue that czars should be subject to Senate confirmation.
  • His appointment is subject to Senate confirmation, where the hearing took place on December 2, 2014.
  • The Director is appointed serving at the approbation of the President of the United States, and is not subject to Senate confirmation.
  • The Governor of Texas, subject to Senate confirmation, may appoint a judge to serve out the remainder of any unexpired term until the next general election.
  • The president may remove appointed officers at their discretion, except for those subject to senate confirmation, which require a two-thirds vote of concurrence from the Senate.
  • Acting Administrators come from within the EPA and usually hold an office that is subject to Senate confirmation before becoming the Acting Administrator.
  • The State Board consists of ten members: nine voting members who are appointed by the governor for six-year terms and subject to Senate confirmation; and one nonvoting student member who serves a one-year term, also appointed by the governor.
  • The idea behind the LSC was to create a new corporate entity that would be funded by Congress but run independently, with eleven board members to be appointed by the president subject to senate confirmation.
  • SB 960 also made the DRA Director a gubernatorial appointee subject to Senate confirmation.
  • The original Commission was not configured to be an effective watch dog, since all its members were appointed by the President (subject to Senate confirmation) and were subject to dismissal by the President at any time.
  • It is headed by the Director of Agriculture, appointed by the Governor of Oregon subject to senate confirmation, advised by a board of ten members, also gubernatorial appointees.
  • The office of the deputy director is not subject to Senate confirmation, with Haines subsequently taking office on August 9, 2013, the final day of Morrell's tenure.
  • They are not subject to Senate confirmation to serve as the Acting Administrator, though to continue to serve as a full-fledged Administrator (as in the case of Lee M. Thomas or Stephen L. Johnson), they must be confirmed by the Senate.
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