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Mick Mulvaney said he will resign from his District 16 seat in the state Senate today.
Mulvaney said Thursday that his election as the 5th District U.S. House representative was certified this week, and now he can resign from his state Senate seat. He said he plans to submit his resignation letter today.
Mulvaney, a Republican from Indian Land, defeated incumbent John Spratt, a Democrat from York, in the November election to win the congressional seat. Spratt had held the seat since 1983.
Mulvaney will take his seat in Congress on Jan. 5.
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