BISMARCK — Republicans have elected their leadership in the North Dakota House of Representatives for the upcoming legislative session.
After emerging from this month's general election with a supermajority of 80-14 in the House, Republicans on Wednesday, Nov. 11, reelected many leaders to the positions they already held.
House Majority Leader Chet Pollert, R-Carrington, and Assistant Majority Leader Scott Louser, R-Minot, were unanimously reelected by the Republican Caucus to continue serving in those positions. They were first elected in 2018.
Rep. Glenn Bosch, R-Bismarck, was elected to the role of Republican Caucus chairman for the next two years.
North Dakota Republicans also elected Rep. Kim Koppelman, R-West Fargo, as speaker of the House for the upcoming session. This appointment is expected to be formalized by a vote on Dec. 1.
The 2021 legislative session begins on Tuesday, Jan. 5.