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Top Brown Staffers Flip Positions

The top two aides to Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown (D) have swapped jobs.

Earl Adams Jr., who was Brown's deputy chief of staff, is now his chief of staff. Gerard Boden, who was chief of staff, is now deputy chief of staff. Both Adams and Boden have been with Brown since the transition following the November 2006 election.

Aides said the job swap better reflects the pair's portfolios while maintaining continuity in the office.

Adams, a gregarious Fort Washington resident who ran unsuccessfully for the House of Delegates in 2006, has led Brown's policy efforts and has served as the lieutenant governor's principal political adviser.

Boden, a longtime friend of Brown, shares a military background with the lieutenant governor and previously ran operations of a dental group.

By John Wagner  |  January 5, 2009; 1:20 PM ET
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