Holder, Sebelius, Shinseki to Stay For Obama’s 2nd Term; Solis to Leave

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Eric Shinseki
Eric Shinseki

At least three Cabinet positions will not see new faces for President Barack Obama’s second term in the White House, The Hill newspaper reports.

Photo: Kathleen Sebelius, HHS
Kathleen Sebelius

Citing White House officials, Amie Parnes writes Attorney General Eric Holder, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki will remain in their current posts.

One position will change, as Parnes reports Labor Secretary Hilda Solis will depart the administration.

The news comes in the same week Obama announced former Sen. Chuck Hagel (D-Neb.) is his choice to succeed Leon Panetta as defense secretary.

Eric Holder
Eric Holder

Jack Lew is reportedly set to be nominated treasury secretary and John Kerry is being speculated as the next secretary of state.

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