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Pete Marovich for The Boston Globe
Elizabeth Warren's first six months in the Senate are being spent in a temporary structure.
With no room for larger groups in her office, Warren uses a conference room in the Capitol welcome center.
Office space in the Senate is distributed based on seniority. Warren in 97th in seniority among the 100 senators.
Warren will not choose an office until April 22.
Warren has a mini-fridge by her desk and a leather couch, with a room full of cubicles next door crammed with 14 staffers.
Prime office space is allotted to members of the Senate with the most seniority, such as Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont.
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