Senator Nate Libby Steps Down as Senate Majority Leader
Four-term State Senator from Lewiston, Nate Libby announced this week that he’s going to scale back his legislative work by giving up his position as majority leader.
Senator Libby will remain as a senator but since taking a job in December as president of Community Concepts Finance Corp., he no longer has time for the many commitments that a leadership position carries.
Senator Libby will give up his position in leadership on February 1, when Democrats in the Senate will elect a new majority leader to serve. Libby’s term ends in 2022, when he is not eligible to run for reelection to the Senate
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