The President spends most of his time campaigning for his re-election but his cabinet secretaries aren't supposed to.
The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) said Wednesday that Sebelius violated the law when she publicly endorsed Obama's re-election and North Carolina Lieutenant Gov. Walter Dalton's gubernatorial primary in a multi-way race during a taxpayer-funded public event on Feb. 25, 2012. The standard penalty for violating the Hatch Act is termination. But, the White House has suggested that Obama will offer Sebelius special treatment and let her keep her job.
According to OSC, any "employee who violates the Hatch Act shall be removed from their position, and funds appropriated for the position from which removed thereafter may not be used to pay the employee or individual."
But whatever, it's not like Obama is a Republican or something.