Buchholz named as a candidate for Fed seat

Todd Buchholz, an adviser to President Bush during the 2004 presidential campaign, is being considered by the White House for a seat on the Federal Reserve Board, reports said this week quoting sources close to the administration.

University of Chicago economist Randall Kroszner, a member of Bush's Council of Economic Advisers from November 2001 to July 2003, is another candidate.

Buchholz served as President Bush's advisor during the 2004 presidential election. His profile also includes stints

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