ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Republicans in the Maryland House of Delegates have re-elected their two leaders in the chamber.

Del. Nic Kipke was re-elected Tuesday to be the House minority leader. Del. Kathy Szeliga was re-elected to be House minority whip.

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They have served in those leadership roles since 2013.

Kipke represents District 31B in Anne Arundel County. Szeliga represents District 7, which includes parts of Baltimore and Harford counties.

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Maryland’s annual 90-day legislative session begins on Wednesday in Annapolis.

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