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Here are the officials who vote on the Federal Reserve committee that sets interest rates
  • Interest rates are set through a voting system on the Federal Open Market Committee. 
  • That group consists of Fed governors and leaders of central bank branches across the country. 
  • Officials tend to be labeled as dovish or hawkish, depending on how much they focus on inflation or employment. 

  • Jerome H. Powell
  • Richard H. Clarida
  • Randal K. Quarles
  • Michelle W. Bowman
  • Lael Brainard
  • John C. Williams, New York, Vice Chairman
  • James Bullard, St. Louis
  • Charles L. Evans, Chicago
  • Esther L. George, Kansas City
  • Eric Rosengren, Boston
  • Patrick Harker, Philadelphia
  • Robert S. Kaplan, Dallas
  • Neel Kashkari, Minneapolis
  • Loretta J. Mester, Cleveland
  • Michael Strine, First Vice President, New York
  • Marcy C. Daly, San Francisco
  • Raphael Bostic, Atlanta
  • Tom Barkin, Richmond

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