The Secretary of the Senate is one of the Senate's four officers -- the President (Lt. Governor), President Pro Tempore, and Chief Clerk. The Secretary, along with the Chief Clerk, is a statutory officer, elected by the Members at the start of each new 2-year legislative term.
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 2021-22 Session
Guests Taking a Guided Capitol Tour for the 2021-22 Session
Capitol Tours conducted for the 2021-22 Session
Visitors to our new Senate Library Exhibition for the 2021-22 Session
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