Nic Kipke is working closely to support Governor Larry Hogan's policies to Change Maryland for the better.
Kipke becomes Public Policy Dispute Resolution FellowApril 30, 2016
Nic Kipke participated in the 2016 Public Policy Conflict Resolution Fellows Program with other leaders from the legislative, judicial, and executive branches of State and local government, as well as leaders of faith-based, business, education, and the non-profit sectors.
House Republican Leader Nic Kipke Invites You To A Pre-Legislative Session ReceptionWednesday, January 06, 2016
Wednesday, January 6, 2016
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Featuring Guest Speaker
Mayor Mike Pantelides
400 6th St., Annapolis, MD 21403
Maryland House of Delegates Scholarship Application
Renewal Scholarship Application
HOUSE REPUBLICAN LEADER NIC KIPKE's End-of-Year FundraiserTuesday, December 30, 2014
HOUSE REPUBLICAN LEADER NIC KIPKE
invites you to an End-of-Year Fundraiser with guest...
General Election DayTuesday, November 04, 2014
General Election Day
Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
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Kipke Voted Against the "Rain Tax" and did all he could to protect taxpayersJune 9, 2014
We know it as the rain tax, but it is officially called a stormwater fee. For years, the Maryland General Assembly has pushed legislation to charge property owners a fee to pay for stormwater pollution management. What is stormwater pollution? It is not the actual rain they are trying to deal with but rather the silt, trash, pesticides and other nasty stuff that rushes
Republican Primary ElectionTuesday, June 24, 2014
Today polling places will be open to select the nominee for each political party. The Primary Election is increasingly important because in most districts the Primary Election selects the overall winner because of "gerrymandering." Please stop by your polling place today to register your choice for the many races that will be voted on today.
Kipke Signs Pledge to Repeal "Rain Tax"August 13, 2013
It is “Raining Taxes” in Maryland. We know it as the “rain tax,” but it is officially called a “storm water fee.” For years the Maryland General Assembly has been pushing legislation to charge property owners a fee to pay for storm water pollution management. What is storm water pollution? It is not the actual rain that they are trying to deal with but rather the silt, trash, pesticides, and other nasty stuff that rushes towards creeks, rivers, and the ultimately the Chesapeake Bay after a heavy rainfall. Man