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1929
1931
George Akerson under Herbert Hoover
1937
1945
Stephen T. Early under Franklin D. Roosevelt
1945
1945
J. Leonard Reinsch under Franklin D. Roosevelt
1945
1945
Jonathan Daniels under Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman
1945
1950
Charles G. Ross under Harry S. Truman
1950
1950
Stephen T. Early under Harry S. Truman
1950
1952
Joseph H. Short under Harry S. Truman
1952
1953
Roger Tubby under Harry S. Truman
1953
1961
James C. Hagerty under Dwight D. Eisenhower
1961
1964
Pierre Salinger under John F. Kennedy
1964
1965
George E. Reedy under Lyndon B. Johnson
1965
1966
Bill Moyers under Lyndon B. Johnson
1967
1969
George E. Christian under Lyndon B. Johnson
1969
1974
Ron Ziegler under Richard M. Nixon
1974
1974
Jerald F. ter Horst under Gerald Ford
1974
1977
Ron Nessen under Gerald Ford
1977
1981
Jody Powell under Jimmy Carter
1981
1989
James Brady under Ronald Reagan
1989
1993
Marlin Fitzwater under Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush
1993
1994
Dee Dee Myers under Bill Clinton
1994
1998
Mike McCurry under Bill Clinton
1998
2001
Joe Lockhart under Bill Clinton
2001
2003
Ari Fleischer under George W. Bush
2003
Apr-2006
Scott McClellan under George W. Bush
26-Apr-2006
14-Sep-2007
Tony Snow under George W. Bush
14-Sep-2007
20-Jan-2009
Dana Perino under George W. Bush
20-Jan-2009
Feb-2011
Robert Gibbs under Barack Obama
Feb-2011
present
Jay Carney under Barack Obama



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