Klain takes Biden post

Ronald A. Klain has agreed to become Vice-President-elect Joe Biden’s chief of staff, writes Mike Allen at Politico. Klain, who served Vice President Al Gore in the same capacity, is “a seasoned political hand” who, the National Journal wrote in 1997, “may have the best résumé in town.”  Read more here.

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  1. Submitted by Dan Hoxworth on 11/13/2008 - 04:49 pm.

    Who will fill Biden’s Senate seat in January when he takes office? Every seat in the US Senate is important as our recount shows.

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