Secretary of agriculture Sonny Perdue with Bill Northey and Ted McKinney USDA Photo by Lance Cheung
Secretary Sonny Perdue tours the Farm Progress Show, in Decatur, IL, on Aug 30, 2017. He's flanked by his future undersecretaries Bill Northey (second from the left) and Ted McKinney (third from the left).

INSIDE WASHINGTON: USDA undersecretaries come into spotlight

Here's a detailed look at Trump’s nominees Censky, McKinney, Clovis, Northey and Ibach ahead of nomination hearing on Tuesday.

Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue came into office in April, and despite President Donald Trump nominating several individuals to serve alongside Perdue, none of them have had nomination hearings or been confirmed by the Senate. That could be changing soon.

The Senate Agriculture Committee has scheduled a nomination hearing Tuesday morning for U.S. Department of Agriculture deputy secretary Steve Censky and trade undersecretary Ted McKinney. Left off the list is controversial chie

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