The Secretary of the Senate is one of the Senate's four officers -- the President (Lt. Governor), President Pro Tempore, and Chief Clerk. She, along with the Chief Clerk, is a statutory officer, elected by the Members at the start of each new 2-year legislative term.
Secretary Martin is the first woman to serve as the Secretary and Parliamentarian of the Pennsylvania Senate. She was first elected Secretary in June 2012 and continues to serve today.
The Secretary of the Senate has 3 important roles: Secretary; Parliamentarian; and Right-to-Know Law Appeals Officer.
Senate Bills and Resolutions processed for the 2019-20 Session
Guests Taking a Guided Capitol Tour for July 2019-June 2020
Capitol Tours conducted July 2019-June 2020
Visitors to our new Senate Library Exhibition July 2019-June 2020
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