If They Work for Me, Maybe They'Ll Vote for Me

Faced with the lowest approval ratings of his presidency, George Bush is courting the female vote for 1992. One sign: he is thinking of packing the Cabinet with women. Joining LYNN MARTIN (Labor) and CARLA HILLS (Trade) may be BARBARA FRANKLIN, a management consultant, slated for Commerce. WENDY GRAMM, head of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, might take over at Transportation. "It would be the first time a President has four women in his Cabinet," exults a Bush adviser. "It's our new campaign strategy."


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