Kate Marshall’s last day as lieutenant governor of Nevada will be Friday, Sept. 17.
Marshall announced her transition plans to President Biden’s White House staff on Friday, Sept. 10.
“I hereby submit this letter of intent to resign the Office of Lieutenant Governor of the State of Nevada effective at 5 p.m. Friday, Sept 17, 2021,” Marshall said in her letter to Gov. Steve Sisolak. “I have the honor to be called to serve in the Biden-Harris Administration as Senior Advisor to Governors in the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs. In many ways, it is an opportunity to continue to expand on the issues I have worked on in Nevada – to ‘Build Back Better’ and to ensure that the American dream can be reached by all who seek it in Nevada and in our country.”
On Aug. 19 Marshall accepted the role in the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs as a Senior Advisor to Governors.
Marshall will transition to her role in the White House on Monday, Sept. 20.
Sisolak has made no announcement as to the position of lieutenant governor.