While not the only official from California to travel to the East Coast for the historic arguments Tuesday -- San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera was also in town, among others -- Harris proved particularly alluring to reporters.
Accompanied by her press secretary, Gil Duran, the Democratic AG has been making the rounds.
On Sunday, she appeared on CNN's "State of the Union," declaring that the case is a matter "of equal protection under the law."
On Monday, the eve of the oral arguments, Harris made media phone calls and met with some reporters in person, including a pair from the Bee and from the San Francisco Chronicle.
On Tuesday, Harris appeared on PBS's "Newshour" and on MSNBC's "The Rachel Maddow Show."
On Thursday, Harris appeared on MSNBC's "Andrea Mitchell Reports" to discuss both the Proposition 8 as well as the Defense of Marriage Act case.
Harris spent part of her time explaining her decision not to defend Proposition 8 in the long-running legal battle, a fact the court confronted when addressing whether the initiative's sponsors have legal standing to defend it in court.
PHOTO CREDIT: Attorney General Kamala Harris appearing on ABC news from Washington on Tuesday. ABC News