Presidential Election Years Aren't a Good Time to Be a Fed or Treasury Nominee

Candidates can measure their wait times in hundreds of days
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Allan Landon, one of President Barack Obama's nominees for the Federal Reserve Board, has been waiting for more than 300 days to be confirmed and has yet to get a nomination hearing. 

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