NEW YORK (TheStreet) - In 2011, the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) has gone through some changes to its lineup, with the regional presidents Plosser, Evans, Fisher and Kocherlakota (Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas and Minneapolis) becoming voting FOMC members. The new voters will replace Hoenig, Bullard, Pianalto and Rosengren (Kansas City, St Louis, Cleveland and Boston).Indeed, the new voters would appear to have a more hawkish lean than the current four - arguably, with virtually no doves left in the FOMC camp. On balance, Plosser and Fisher are the most hawkish on the committee (with a higher listing on our policy leaning monitor, Figure 1) and, in our view, it appears likely that one if not both will carry on Kansas City's Fed's Hoenig's dissents. Plosser earned the hawkish designation following his actions over the past couple of years. Ahead of the Aug. 8, 2006 FOMC meeting, for instance, his bank requested a hike in the discount rate. Likewise, he dissented in March and April of 2008 against looser policy. He also appears to be focused on other issues that dissent from the status quo -- namely, a recalibration of the Fed's mandate to only keep inflation stable.