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Former Democratic Strategist Just Made a Contract with Fox News….

Fox News has finalized a contract with its latest political analyst, Jessica Tarlov, a Democratic strategist who has made several appearances on the network since 2014.

“In this role, effective immediately, she will offer political analysis and insight across FNC and Fox Business Network’s daytime and prime time programming,” the network said in a statement.

Tarlov has written pieces for FoxNews.com, The Daily Beast, Forbes and the New York Daily News.

The 33-year-old Tarlov has been a frequent guest of Fox News and Fox Business programs since 2014. Her contract now makes her an exclusive analyst to Fox, effective immediately.

“I’m thrilled to join Fox News as a contributor,” Tarlov told TVNewser. “Over the last two years on Fox and Fox Business, I’ve gotten the opportunity to give voice to the liberal way of life and feel it’s more important than ever to continue this valuable bipartisan dialogue.”

Tarlov has made a number of appearances on FNC programs, sparring with several different hosts including Sean Hannity

Tarlov is also a senior director of research and consumer insight for Bustle Digital Group, which operates Bustle.com, Romper.com and EliteDaily.com. She conducts proprietary surveys of those sites’ readership and millenial women around the nation.

She previously served as a Democratic strategist with New York City-based Douglas Schoen LLC, where she advised domestic and international clients on messaging strategies for more than five years.

Tarlov, who was dubbed “Fox’s Liberal” by The Washingtonian, openly supported Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election.

Tarlov’s addition comes among rumors that the conservative network may be looking to shift its coverage to the left following the resignation of Fox news co-president Bill Shine.

However, the network has always had a stable of liberal commentators to make regular appearances on the network’s various programs, often participating in debate-like segments.

“I still think Fox is the one place on the cable dial for sure where that kind of freewheeling debate takes place,” Juan Williams, one of the network’s first progressives, told the Columbia Journalism Review.