Biden nominee Sarah Bloom Raskin withdraws her candidacy for Federal Reserve board

Posted on AllSides March 15th, 2022
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Sarah Bloom Raskin, President Joe Biden’s embattled nominee to the Federal Reserve, on Tuesday withdrew her candidacy to serve at the central bank, ending a weekslong partisan battle in the Senate over her views on climate policy.

Raskin’s withdrawal comes a day after Sen. Joe Manchin, a conservative Democrat from West Virginia, said he could not support the 60-year-old’s nomination to be the Federal Reserve’s vice chair for supervision, one of the world’s most powerful banking regulators.

Manchin’s decision would have made her confirmation nearly impossible in a Senate split 50-50 between Democrats and...

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