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SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

ONE HUNDRED TENTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION { CONVENED JANUARY 4, 2007

SECOND SESSION {

EXECUTIVE CALENDAR
Monday, October 1, 2007

PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF NANCY ERICKSON,


SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

By Michelle Haynes, Executive Clerk

Issue No. 128


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RESOLUTIONS

CALENDAR S. RES. REPORTED


SUBJECT
NO. NO. BY
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TREATIES

CALENDAR TREATY REPORTED


SUBJECT
NO. DOC. NO. BY
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NOMINATIONS

CALENDAR MESSAGE REPORTED


NOMINEE, OFFICE, AND PREDECESSOR
NO. NO. BY

FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY


COMMISSION
* 117 307 Joseph Timothy Kelliher, of the District of May 23, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Columbia, to be a Member of the Federal Bingaman, Committee on
Energy Regulatory Commission for the term Energy and Natural Resources,
expiring June 30, 2012. (Reappointment) without printed report.
METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
AIRPORTS AUTHORITY
* 152 46 Charles Darwin Snelling, of Pennsylvania, to be a May 24, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Member of the Board of Directors of the Inouye, Committee on
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Commerce, Science, and
for a term expiring May 30, 2012. Transportation, without
(Reappointment) printed report.
UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
* 206 73 James R. Kunder, of Virginia, to be Deputy Jun 27, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Administrator of the United States Agency for Biden, Committee on Foreign
International Development, vice Frederick W. Relations, without printed
Schieck. report.
THE JUDICIARY
242 22 Roslynn Renee Mauskopf, of New York, to be Jul 24, 2007 Reported by Mr.
United States District Judge for the Eastern Leahy, Committee on the
District of New York, vice David G. Trager, Judiciary, without printed
retired. report.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
* 255 395 R. Lyle Laverty, of Colorado, to be Assistant Jul 31, 2007 Reported by Mrs.
Secretary for Fish and Wildlife, vice Harold Boxer, Committee on
Craig Manson. Environment and Public
Works, without printed report.
May 23, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Bingaman, Committee on
Energy and Natural Resources,
without printed report.
THE JUDICIARY
291 2 Leslie Southwick, of Mississippi, to be United Aug 03, 2007 Reported by Mr.
States Circuit Judge for the Fifth Circuit, vice Leahy, Committee on the
Charles W. Pickering, Sr., retired. Judiciary, without printed
report.

* Signifies nominee’s commitment to respond to requests to appear and testify before any duly constituted committee of the Senate
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NOMINATIONS

CALENDAR MESSAGE REPORTED


NOMINEE, OFFICE, AND PREDECESSOR
NO. NO. BY

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
292 184 Rosa Emilia Rodriguez-Velez, of Puerto Rico, to Aug 03, 2007 Reported by Mr.
be United States Attorney for the District of Leahy, Committee on the
Puerto Rico for the term of four years, vice Judiciary, without printed
Humberto S. Garcia, resigned. report.
THE JUDICIARY
293 352 Richard A. Jones, of Washington, to be United Sep 06, 2007 Reported by Mr.
States District Judge for the Western District of Leahy, Committee on the
Washington, vice John C. Coughenour, retired. Judiciary, without printed
report.
294 348 Sharion Aycock, of Mississippi, to be United Sep 06, 2007 Reported by Mr.
States District Judge for the Northern District Leahy, Committee on the
of Mississippi, vice Glen H. Davidson, retiring. Judiciary, without printed
report.
302 402 Jennifer Walker Elrod, of Texas, to be United Sep 20, 2007 Reported by Mr.
States Circuit Judge for the Fifth Circuit, vice Leahy, Committee on the
Patrick E. Higginbotham, retired. Judiciary, without printed
report.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
303 194 Patrick P. Shen, of Maryland, to be Special Sep 20, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Counsel for Immigration-Related Unfair Leahy, Committee on the
Employment Practices for a term of four years, Judiciary, without printed
vice William Sanchez, resigned. report.
EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
304 731 Donald M. Kerr, of Virginia, to be Principal Sep 24, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Deputy Director of National Intelligence, vice Rockefeller, Select Committee
General Michael V. Hayden, United States Air on Intelligence, without printed
Force, resigned. report.
FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
* 306 99 Steven T. Walther, of Nevada, to be a Member of Sep 26, 2007 Reported by Mrs.
the Federal Election Commission for a term Feinstein, Committee on Rules
expiring April 30, 2009, vice Scott E. Thomas, and Administration, without
term expired. recommendation, and without
printed report.
* 307 100 Hans von Spakovsky, of Georgia, to be a Member Sep 26, 2007 Reported by Mrs.
of the Federal Election Commission for a term Feinstein, Committee on Rules
expiring April 30, 2011, vice Bradley A. Smith, and Administration, without
resigned. recommendation, and without
printed report.

* Signifies nominee’s commitment to respond to requests to appear and testify before any duly constituted committee of the Senate
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NOMINATIONS

CALENDAR MESSAGE REPORTED


NOMINEE, OFFICE, AND PREDECESSOR
NO. NO. BY

* 308 101 David M. Mason, of Virginia, to be a Member of Sep 26, 2007 Reported by Mrs.
the Federal Election Commission for a term Feinstein, Committee on Rules
expiring April 30, 2009. (Reappointment) and Administration, without
recommendation, and without
printed report.
* 309 102 Robert D. Lenhard, of Maryland, to be a Member Sep 26, 2007 Reported by Mrs.
of the Federal Election Commission for a term Feinstein, Committee on Rules
expiring April 30, 2011, vice Danny Lee and Administration, without
McDonald, term expired. recommendation, and without
printed report.
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
* 310 608 Robert Charles Tapella, of Virginia, to be Public Sep 26, 2007 Reported by Mrs.
Printer, vice Bruce R. James, retired. Feinstein, Committee on Rules
and Administration, without
printed report.
INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN AND
ALASKA NATIVE CULTURE AND ARTS
DEVELOPMENT
* 311 246 Kristine Mary Miller, of Colorado, to be a Sep 27, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Member of the Board of Trustees of the Dorgan, Committee on Indian
Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Affairs, without printed report.
Culture and Arts Development for a term
expiring May 19, 2010, vice D. Bambi Kraus,
term expired.
* 312 247 Brenda L Kingery, of Texas, to be a Member of Sep 27, 2007 Reported by Mr.
the Board of Trustees of the Institute of Dorgan, Committee on Indian
American Indian and Alaska Native Culture Affairs, without printed report.
and Arts Development for a term expiring May
19, 2012, vice John Richard Grimes, resigned.
* 313 248 Julie E. Kitka, of Alaska, to be a Member of the Sep 27, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Board of Trustees of the Institute of American Dorgan, Committee on Indian
Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Affairs, without printed report.
Development for a term expiring May 19, 2012,
vice Katherine L. Archuleta, term expired.
* 314 249 Sonya Kelliher-Combs, of Alaska, to be a Member Sep 27, 2007 Reported by Mr.
of the Board of Trustees of the Institute of Dorgan, Committee on Indian
American Indian and Alaska Native Culture Affairs, without printed report.
and Arts Development for a term expiring May
19, 2008, vice Michael A. Naranjo, term
expired.

* Signifies nominee’s commitment to respond to requests to appear and testify before any duly constituted committee of the Senate
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NOMINATIONS

CALENDAR MESSAGE REPORTED


NOMINEE, OFFICE, AND PREDECESSOR
NO. NO. BY

* 315 250 Perry R. Eaton, of Alaska, to be a Member of the Sep 27, 2007 Reported by Mr.
Board of Trustees of the Institute of American Dorgan, Committee on Indian
Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts Affairs, without printed report.
Development for a term expiring May 19, 2012,
vice A. David Lester, term expired.
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
316 473 James Russell Dedrick, of Tennessee, to be Sep 27, 2007 Reported by Mr.
United States Attorney for the Eastern District Leahy, Committee on the
of Tennessee for the term of four years, vice Judiciary, without printed
Harry Sandlin Mattice, Jr., resigned. report.

* Signifies nominee’s commitment to respond to requests to appear and testify before any duly constituted committee of the Senate
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NOMINATIONS PLACED ON THE SECRETARY’S DESK


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO OBJECT TO PROCEEDING


When following the objection to a unanimous consent to proceeding to, and, or passage of, a measure or matter on their behalf, a
Senator has notified the appropriate leader, or their designee, in writing and submits such objection for inclusion in the
Congressional Record and the Senate Executive Calendar, it shall be placed in the section of the Executive Calendar entitled “Notice
of Intent to Object to Proceeding”. (Sec. 512, P.L. 110-81)

CALENDAR MESSAGE
SUBJECT DATE AND SENATOR
NO. NO.