Democratic Presidential candidate Bill Richardson told a group of SEIU workers that, if nominated, he'd announce his cabinet prior to the election. For some reason, I was under the impression that was illegal, though I don't know why (election tampering of some sort, maybe?). I could be hallucinating, and in any event I actually would prefer it if voters knew who was going to be on their prospective President's "team" (as Richardson put it) prior to voting.
This reminds me to resurrect the old shadow cabinet idea. It's a bit too late for Democrats now, but in theory I still think it was a good idea.