Rep. Peter King may have to relinquish his chairmanship of the House Homeland Security Committee due to term limits, according to a report from Politico, but King’s office said the congressman may still be able to keep his high-profile post. Politico reported that Michigan Rep. Candice Miller would be named as King’s replacement, but a spokesperson for King said that there is a chance the Long Island congressman could keep his seat through the use of a waiver. “No decision has been made,” Kevin Fogarty, King’s chief of staff, said in an email. “Republican term limit regulations could cause seven GOP chairmen to step down from their chairmanships. The question is whether or not waivers will be issued.” Fogarty added that a decision would not be made until after the election, when the secretive steering committee meets some time in mid-November.