List of politicians on Veep
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The following list shows the political organization and the fictional political figures of the television program Veep.
Federal government of the United States
The President's Cabinet
- Stevenson — Robert Pine (1 episode) – Stevenson appears in the season six episode "Library", and is mentioned to have served as president in the late-1980s to early-1990s.
- Stuart Hughes (D) (mentioned; seasons 1–3) – Hughes is president from season one until his resignation in season three, and is mentioned but never seen.
- Selina Meyer (D) — Julia Louis-Dreyfus (seasons 3–5; 7) – Meyer assumes the presidency following the resignation of Hughes in season three, and serves for the entirety of season four until failing to win a complete term of her own in season five. In season seven, Meyer wins a full term as presidency after defeating Montez, but ultimately fails to win reelection as revealed in the epilogue.
- Laura Montez (R) — Andrea Savage (seasons 5–7) – Montez is elected vice president by the Senate after an electoral college tiebreak in season five, and is elevated to the position of interim president due to a tiebreak in the House's presidential ballot. Ultimately, the House does not decide to vote again, allowing Montez to serve a complete term as an interim president, until losing reelection to Meyer in season seven.
- Kemi Talbot (D) – Toks Olagundoye (epilogue) – Talbot is revealed in the epilogue to become a successful two-term president.
- Richard Splett (D) – Sam Richardson (epilogue) – Splett is revealed in the epilogue to be the incumbent president serving in his second term.
- Vice President
- Selina Meyer (D) — Julia Louis-Dreyfus (seasons 1–3) – Meyer serves as vice president under President Hughes from seasons one to three, until she assumes the presidency following his resignation.
- Andrew Doyle (D) — Phil Reeves (seasons 4–5) – Doyle serves as vice president under President Meyer from seasons four until five. He ultimately is removed from the presidential ticket by Meyer while she is attempting to win a full term as president.
- Jonah Ryan (D) – Timothy Simons – (season 7) – Ryan serves as vice president under President Meyer in season seven. The epilogue reveals that he was impeached at some point within his term as vice president.
- Secretary of State
- Andrew Doyle (D) — Phil Reeves (seasons 6–7) – Doyle serves as Secretary of State in the Montez Administration throughout seasons six and seven.
- Secretary of the Treasury
- Charlie Baird Jr. — John Slattery (seasons 6–7) – Baird serves as Secretary of the Treasury in the Montez Administration throughout seasons six and seven.
- Secretary of Defense
- George Maddox (D) — Isiah Whitlock, Jr. (seasons 1–3) – Maddox serves as Secretary of Defense in the Hughes Administration from season one until his resignation in season three.
- Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
- Ann James (mentioned; 1 episode) – James is mentioned in the season four episode "Joint Session", when Meyer is told she must swear James in as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. She served as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Meyer Administration.
- Secretary of Energy
- Leanne Carr (mentioned; 1 episode) – Carr is mentioned in the season three episode "New Hampshire", when Meyer asks for her to be fired, although she accidentally uses the wrong name resulting in someone else being fired. She served as Secretary of Energy in both the Hughes Administration and first Meyer Administration.
House of Representatives
- Minority Leader Roger Furlong (D-Ohio) — Dan Bakkedahl – Furlong becomes House Minority Leader in season six, after serving as a Representative from Ohio since season one and unsuccessful running for Governor of Ohio.
- Rep. Ezra Kane (D-New Hampshire-2; mentioned) – Kane becomes a Representative from New Hampshire in season six, after taking over the seat when his cousin Jonah Ryan is asked to step down to make room for Kane.
- Rep. Owen Pierce (D-Nevada) — Paul Fitzgerald – Pierce is a two-term Representative from Nevada who runs against Meyer in the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries.
- Rep. Jonah Ryan (D-New Hampshire-2) — Timothy Simons – Ryan becomes a Representative from New Hampshire in season five due to a special election following the death of former Rep. Harry Sherman. He later is instructed to give up his seat in season six so his cousin Ezra Kane can be elected instead.
- Speaker Jim Marwood (R-Indiana) — David Rasche – Marwood is elected Speaker of the House in season two, after sering as a Representative from since season one.
- Majority Leader Mary King (R) — Mimi Kennedy
- Rep. Paul Graves (R-Michigan) — Phil LaMarr – Graves appears in season five, as one of the Republican Representatives Meyer attempts to court to vote for her in the House presidential ballot.
- Rep. Moyes (R) — Tom McGowan – Moyes appears in the season four episode "B/ill", when Meyer sends Jonah Ryan and Richard Splett to lobby him to vote for her Families First Bill, knowing that they'd fail, but when Amy Brookheimer and Dan Egan also lobby him to vote no, he decides to vote yes in order to spite Meyer.
- Rep. Harry Sherman (R-New Hampshire-2; mentioned) – Sherman is a Representative from New Hampshire who dies in season five, and whose death opens up a congressional seat for Jonah Ryan.
- Rep. Angstrom — Amy Wilson – Angstrom is a Representative who the Meyer Administration attempts to lobby into voting yes on the Families First Bill in the season four episode "B/ill".
- Rep. Baines (Arizona) — Phil Hawn
- Rep. Baxter — Michael Edwin
- Rep. Bennett — Melanie Nicholls-King – Bennett is a Representative who is part of the congressional committee that conducts hearings regarding the investigation into misdoings of the Meyer Administration in season four.
- Rep. Brewer — Juliet Adair Pritner – Brewer is a Representative who is part of the congressional committee that conducts hearings regarding the investigation into misdoings of the Meyer Administration in season four.
- Rep. Cheever
- Rep. Clark — J.P. Manoux
- Rep. Clements
- Rep. Coffey
- Rep. Cotterill — Troy Vincent
- Rep. Rick Cowgill (Iowa) – Cowgill is a former Representative from Iowa who dies sometime before the season three episode "Some New Beginnings", resulting in Meyer traveling to Iowa to attend his funeral.
- Rep. Gellardi — Jessica Chaffin
- Rep. Griffin
- Rep. Edgar Hausman — Chris Kies
- Rep. Helen Hayes (Pennsylvania) — Polly Humphreys
- Rep. Bill Jaeger (Wisconsin-1) — Seth Morris – Jaeger is a Representative that Meyer attempts to court to vote for her in the House presidential election in season five.
- Rep. Kosynski
- Rep. Tamara Lipton (Delaware-at-large)
- Rep. Martin
- Rep. Penny Nickerson (Colorado) — Stephnie Weir – Nickerson is a Representative that Meyer attempts to court to vote for her in the House presidential election in season five.
- Rep. Platt
- Rep. Price (Missouri)
- Rep. Rakes — David Beach – Rakes is a Representative who is part of the congressional committee that conducts hearings regarding the investigation into misdoings of the Meyer Administration in season four.
- Rep. Ramsey
- Rep. Reece
- Rep. Sefton — David Joyner
- Rep. Skellern
- Rep. Wallace — Ethan Phillips – Wallace is a Representative who is part of the congressional committee that conducts hearings regarding the investigation into misdoings of the Meyer Administration in season four.
- Rep. William Whitney (New Hampshire-1)
- Sen. Andrew Doyle (D) — Phil Reeves
- Sen. Barbara Hallowes (D-Nevada) — Kate Burton
- Sen. Tom James (D-Maine) — Hugh Laurie
- Sen. Selina Meyer (D-Maryland) — Julia Louis-Dreyfus
- Sen. Kemi Talbot (D-New York) – Toks Olagundoye
- Sen. Laura Montez (R-New Mexico) — Andrea Savage
- Sen. Bill O’Brien (R-Arizona) — Brad Leland
- Sen. Bixby
- Sen. Phillip Dorsey — Wil Love
- Sen. Mike Dudley
- Sen. Geldray
- Sen. Lambert
- Sen. Lowden
- Sen. Lowell — Alan Brooks
- Sen. Lucas
- Sen. Macauley
- Sen. McKensie
- Sen. Murray — Melvin Caldwell
- Sen. Nelson — John Bozeman
- Sen. David Reeves
- Sen. Summerlin — Robert Arce
- Sen. Wallace
- Sen. Wilkie
- Sen. Willis — Leslie Fleming-Mitchell
- Sen. Yinui (Hawaii) — Waymong Lee
Supreme Court of the United States
- Justice Stuart Hughes
- Justice Tenny
State government of the United States
- Gov. Cecile (North Carolina) — Carolyn Mignini
- Gov. Danny Chung (D-Minnesota) — Randall Park
- Gov. Ramos (D) — Selenis Leyva
- Gov. Hoyt Steptoe (R-Nevada) — Bo Foxworth
- Gov. Ballentine (Iowa) — Michael McKean
- Sec. Buddy Calhoun (D-Nevada) — Matt Oberg
Other United States politicians
- Judy Sherman (R-New Hampshire) — K Callan
- Blake Stewart (D) — Kevin O’Rourke
- Joe Thornhill (D) — Glenn Wrage
- President Lu Chi-Jang (China) — Tzi Ma
- Prime Minister Ben-Haim (Israel) — Seth Barrish
- Prime Minister Minna Häkkinen (Finland) — Sally Phillips
- President Murman Shalikashvili (Georgia) — Eugene Alper
- President Oleg Petradze (Georgia) — Peter Banifaz
- Deputy Prime Minister Peter Mitchell (United Kingdom) — Darren Boyd
- Mohammed bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Jaffar (Qatar) — Usman Ally
- Nikolai Genidze (Georgia) — Stephen Fry
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