Minnesota Senate Republicans elect Winona Senator as new caucus leader

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(ABC 6 NEWS) – On Wednesday, the Minnesota Senate Republicans elected a new caucus leader after Sen. Paul Gazelka stepped down to run for Governor.

Republican Sen. Jeremy Miller from Winona was elected to the caucus leader position on Wednesday.

“It’s an honor and a privilege to be elected by my peers as Leader,” Sen. Miller said.

Sen. Miller was first elected to the Minnesota Senate in 2010. He has been President of the Senate since 2019, and at the time, was the youngest serving President to hold the position.

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