ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland House Republicans have re-elected Dels. Nic Kipke and Kathy Szeliga (shuh-LEG-uh) to leadership positions.
Kipke was re-elected Tuesday to be the House minority leader. Szeliga was re-elected to be the House minority whip.
The House Republican Caucus re-elected them a day before the state’s 90-day legislative session begins.
Kipke, of Anne Arundel County, has served as the House minority leader since 2013. Szeliga, of Baltimore County, has served as House minority whip since 2013.
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