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    Gary Locke - 1st Secretary Of Commerce (2009-2011)

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    The first Chinese American governor, Gary Locke is now the first U.S. ambassador to China who is of Chinese ancestry.

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    Gary Locke - Ambassador to China (Aug 11) | Democrat | Born in Seattle | Yale, Boston U Law | Eagle Scout, 36th Secretary of Commerce - Obama

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    Gary Locke, 1950 ambassador to China, former commerce sec., WA governor.

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