Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will leave her Senate seat on Monday – two days before she and President-elect Joe Biden are confirmed on Inauguration Day.

Harris’ venturing down will permit California Gov. Gavin Newsom to designate Alex Padilla, a Democrat who fills in as secretary of state, to fill the last two years of her cleared position.

“She’s told Governor Newsom, and has sent her conventional sign that she will leave. And afterward she will make a conventional declaration on Monday,” said a Harris associate, media investigated Sunday.

Padilla will turn into the principal Latino congressperson from the Golden State.

Harris won’t give a goodbye discourse on the Senate floor in light of the fact that the chamber isn’t required to assemble until Tuesday.

As vice president, Harris will be ready to project any tie-breaking votes in the Senate that will be divided down the middle after Democrats Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock are situated in the chamber.

They vanquished occupant GOP Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler in an exceptionally challenged Senate overflow election in Georgia recently.