Vice President Kamala Harris has brought in a pair of additional advisers at a time when her role in various policy arenas including voting rights and immigration is increasing, Reuters reported.
The VP has Lorraine Voles and Adam Frankel, both of whom worked with Harris during the transition.
They are expected to focus on various areas such as long-term planning, organizational development, and strategic communications, according to a White House official who spoke on condition of anonymity and who is familiar with the new hires.
Both of the new advisers began in their roles in August, Reuters added, but are slated to serve only temporarily in the White House, according to the official. It’s not clear how long they plan to stay.
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