Senate Majority Office spokesman Derek Roseman is leaving his position and is set to be replaced by spokeswoman Trish Graber.
Roseman, who worked in the position for three years, will serve as the director of Intergovernmental Affairs through the end of the year, according to a Majority Office memo obtained by PolitickerNJ.
Roseman is leaving the Senate Majority Office on Dec. 31, according to the memo.
Graber will be the Senate Majority Office’s new Communications Director beginning Dec. 10.
Richard McGrath will serve as spokesman and media contact for the Senate Majority Office and the Senate Democratic Caucus.
Chris Donnelly will continue to serve as Press Secretary for Senate President Steve Sweeney.
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