Bill Weld

Party: Republican

Office: U.S. President

In addition to seven years in the Department of Justice, he served two terms as Governor in Massachusetts, and then as Assistant U.S. Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division, working on many of the Reagan administration’s criminal justice initiatives. Prior to being elected governor, Bill served in President Ronald Reagan’s Justice Department, first as the United States Attorney for Massachusetts.
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