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==White House Senior Staff==
 
==White House Senior Staff==
 
Senior Advisors and Assistants to the President:
 
Senior Advisors and Assistants to the President:
* [[Oliver Babish]] - [[White House Counsel]], 2001-2006
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* [[Oliver Babish]] - [[White House Counsel]], 2001-2007
* [[Will Bailey]] - [[Deputy White House Communications Director]], 2003-2005; [[Chief of Staff to the Vice President]], 2005-2006; [[White House Communications Director]], 2006-2007
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* [[Will Bailey]] - [[Deputy White House Communications Director]], 2003; [[Chief of Staff to the Vice President]], 2003-2006; [[White House Communications Director]], 2006-2007
 
* [[Cliff Calley]] - [[Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning]], 2006-2007
 
* [[Cliff Calley]] - [[Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning]], 2006-2007
 
* [[Cochran]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
 
* [[Cochran]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
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* [[Mandy Hampton]] - [[White House Media Director]], 1999-2000
 
* [[Mandy Hampton]] - [[White House Media Director]], 1999-2000
 
* [[Kate Harper]] - [[Deputy National Security Advisor]], 2004-2007
 
* [[Kate Harper]] - [[Deputy National Security Advisor]], 2004-2007
* [[Josh Lyman]] - Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning, 1999-2006
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* [[Josh Lyman]] - Deputy White House Chief of Staff for Strategic Planning, 1999-2005
* [[Leo McGarry]] - White House Chief of Staff, 1999-2006
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* [[Leo McGarry]] - White House Chief of Staff, 1999-2005 2005-2007 Senior Advisor to the President  
 
* [[Nancy McNally]] - [[National Security Advisor]], 2000-2006
 
* [[Nancy McNally]] - [[National Security Advisor]], 2000-2006
* [[Annabeth Schott]] - [[Deputy White House Press Secretary for Media Relations]], 2005-2006
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* [[Annabeth Schott]] - [[Deputy White House Press Secretary for Media Relations]], 2005-2007
 
* [[Sam Seaborn]] - Deputy White House Communications Director, 1999-2003
 
* [[Sam Seaborn]] - Deputy White House Communications Director, 1999-2003
 
* [[Solomon]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000
 
* [[Solomon]] - White House Counsel, 1999/2000

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Headed by President of the United States Josiah Bartlet, the Bartlet Administration was the executive branch of the United States from 1999 to 2007.

First Term (1999-2003)

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Second Term (2003-2007)

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Legislation and Programs

Major legislation signed

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Major legislation vetoed

Proposals not passed by Congress

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Initiatives

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Cabinet

Template:President Bartlet's cabinet on The West Wing

Supreme Court appointments

Bartlet appointed the following Justices to the Supreme Court:

Other appointments

Office Name Term
Federal Reserve Chairman Bernard Dahl 1999–2000
Ronald Ehrlich 2000–
Federal Election Commission John Branford Bacon 2000–
Patricia Calhoun 2000–
Surgeon General Millicent Griffith (Mary Kay Place) 1999–

White House Senior Staff

Senior Advisors and Assistants to the President:

The Economy

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Foreign policy

Main article: Foreign policy of the Bartlet Administration

References

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