Sen. Elizabeth Warren will get a newly created seat at the Democratic leadership table.
Bringing Warren into the weekly leadership meetings could put her brand of populist economic messaging front and center as Democrats look to regain their majority in 2016.
Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., has had high praise for Warren , and adding her to the team gives him a chance to tell his flock that he's making changes after last week's midterm disaster cost him his majority leader title.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, meanwhile, is expected to take the steering and outreach slot now occupied by Sen. Mark Begich of Alaska, who was ousted by Republican Dan Sullivan on Nov. 4. It's not clear the timing of when that pick will occur.
Steven T. Dennis contributed to this report. Related: Elizabeth Warren Leads Progressive Charge, But Has GOP Admirers Too Elizabeth Warren Could Join Democratic Leadership Democrats Run From Harry Reid Roll Call Results Map: Results and District Profiles for Every Seat Get breaking news alerts and more from Roll Call in your inbox or on your iPhone.