legislative aide

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  • She had previously served as a legislative aide to her husband.
  • She started her career off as a legislative aide.
  • She rose from intern to office manager and then to senior legislative aide.
  • These employees report to an office's chief of staff, senior legislative aide, or directly to the member.
  • He also worked as a legislative aide and a teacher.
  • He began hiring legislative aides who could double as campaign policy staff, press secretaries, and the like.
  • She then worked as his legislative aide for a decade, an experience she credited with providing a valuable education in politics.
  • While attending law school, he served as a legislative aide in the Louisiana state Senate.
  • She has also worked as a legislative aide and served as a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly.
  • She is a former legislative aide, and was the public affairs manager for SemcoEnergy.
  • Before being elected as a state representative, Williams worked within the Statehouse as a legislative aide.
  • Bruce also served as his father's legislative aide during the elder's terms in the Oregon House.
  • Miller has also worked as a legislative aide, criminal investigator, and college instructor.
  • He was a legislative aide, policy and research associate.
  • He also worked as a private practice attorney and as a legislative aide to the Minnesota House of Representatives.
  • His wife, Karen, who had worked as his legislative aide for over a decade, won the seat he vacated.
  • Most official state documents use the blanket term Legislative Aide to refer to all member staff in Colorado.
  • One study found that few top law school graduates have or will take seriously the process of being a legislative aide to gain practical skills after graduation.
  • She began her professional career as a legislative aide to then state Senator Rhine McLin.
  • He also worked as a legislative aide on Capitol Hill.
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