Cynthia Bauerly, who will leave the Federal Election Commission next month, will join Minnesota's Department of Employment and Economic Development a few weeks later.
Bauerly, an attorney who also served as legislative director for U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, will become DEED's Deputy Commissioner of Workforce Development.
She will leave the Federal Election Commission on Feb. 1 and start at DEED on Feb. 25.
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