Elizabeth Warren gives campaign staff top jobs

Senator-elect Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) has tapped three top campaign aides to work with her on Capitol Hill.

Campaign manager Mindy Myers will be her chief of staff. Senior adviser Dan Geldon will serve as deputy chief of staff. And political director Roger Lau will become her state director. 

“Mindy, Dan, and Roger bring energy, dedication, and years of experience to their roles, and they will give exceptional service to the people of Massachusetts," Warren said in a statement. 

Warren toured the state over the weekend, thanking supporters for their hard work and reaching out to her new constituents. On Wednesday she will headline the annual “Midwest Academy Awards” in Washington, D.C., giving awards to progressive leaders. 

Rachel Weiner covers local politics for The Washington Post.

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