Promotions, retirements and voters’ decisions will bring shake-ups to the State House in Annapolis in January beyond Maryland’s top statewide positions of governor, attorney general and comptroller. And while Democrats in the General Assembly may find an ally in Gov.-elect Wes Moore, those in the House will need to seek out a new majority leader and majority whip — two key posts in the chamber. Moore announced last week that he has tapped House Majority Leader Eric Luedtke to serve as the chief legislative officer on his leadership team. Luedtke will resign Jan. 2.
New faces, voices headed to Annapolis in 2023; House leadership positions up for grabs
November 22, 2022