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In the latest sign of a move to move on up to state attorney general this year, Nassau DA Kathleen Rice, who won a second term in the post less than four months ago, has let it be known that she's seeking a campaign deputy communications director.

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"This position will work closely with the research and policy departments to effectively disseminate information, responds to media request and set-up planned public appearances," says her posting. It calls for  "two years of communications, policy, campaign or journalism experience required; experience dealing with the media and organizing press events strongly preferred; ability to work long/irregular hours."