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The '''President of the Senate''' is a title often given to the presiding officer of a senate, and is equivalent to the speaker of other assemblies.
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The '''President of the Senate''' is a title often given to the presiding officer of a senate, and is equivalent to the speaker of other assemblies. In many states the Lieutenant Governor holds this position, while a senator serves as [[State Senate President Pro Tempore|President Pro Tempore]].
 
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| [[Kay Ivey]] (R) || [[Alabama State Senate]]
 
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| [[Charlie Huggins]] (R) || [[Alaska State Senate]]
 
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| [[Andy Biggs]] (R) || [[Arizona State Senate]]
 
| [[Andy Biggs]] (R) || [[Arizona State Senate]]
 
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| [[Michael Lamoureux]] (R) || [[Arkansas State Senate]]
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| [[Mark Darr|Vacant]] (R) || [[Arkansas State Senate]]
 
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| [[Darrell Steinberg]] (D) || [[California State Senate]]
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| [[Gavin Newsom]] (D) || [[California State Senate]]
 
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| [[John Morse]] (D) || [[Colorado State Senate]]
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| [[Morgan Carroll]] (D) || [[Colorado State Senate]]
 
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| [[Donald Williams]] (D) || [[Connecticut State Senate]]
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| [[Nancy Wyman]] (D) || [[Connecticut State Senate]]
 
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| [[Patricia Blevins]] (D) || [[Delaware State Senate]]
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| [[Matthew Denn]] (D) || [[Delaware State Senate]]
 
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| [[Don Gaetz]] (R) || [[Florida State Senate]]
 
| [[Don Gaetz]] (R) || [[Florida State Senate]]
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| [[Donna Kim]] (D) || [[Hawaii State Senate]]
 
| [[Donna Kim]] (D) || [[Hawaii State Senate]]
 
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| [[Brent Hill]] (R) || [[Idaho State Senate]]
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| [[Brad Little]] (R) || [[Idaho State Senate]]
 
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| [[John Cullerton]] (D) || [[Illinois State Senate]]
 
| [[John Cullerton]] (D) || [[Illinois State Senate]]
 
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| [[David Long]] (R) || [[Indiana State Senate]]
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| [[Sue Ellspermann]] (R) || [[Indiana State Senate]]
 
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| [[Pam Jochum]] (D) || [[Iowa State Senate]]
 
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| [[Brian Krolicki]] (R) || [[Nevada State Senate]]
 
| [[Brian Krolicki]] (R) || [[Nevada State Senate]]
 
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| [[John Morse]] (R) || [[New Hampshire State Senate]]
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| [[Chuck Morse]] (R) || [[New Hampshire State Senate]]
 
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| [[Stephen Sweeney]] (D) || [[New Jersey State Senate]]
 
| [[Stephen Sweeney]] (D) || [[New Jersey State Senate]]

Revision as of 10:57, 16 April 2014

The President of the Senate is a title often given to the presiding officer of a senate, and is equivalent to the speaker of other assemblies. In many states the Lieutenant Governor holds this position, while a senator serves as President Pro Tempore.

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Leadership Positions in State Legislatures

President of the SenatePresident Pro TemporeSenate Majority LeaderSenate Minority LeaderHouse Majority LeaderHouse Minority LeaderState Speaker of the House

Senate Presidents by state

President of the Senate Legislature
Kay Ivey (R) Alabama State Senate
Charlie Huggins (R) Alaska State Senate
Andy Biggs (R) Arizona State Senate
Vacant (R) Arkansas State Senate
Gavin Newsom (D) California State Senate
Morgan Carroll (D) Colorado State Senate
Nancy Wyman (D) Connecticut State Senate
Matthew Denn (D) Delaware State Senate
Don Gaetz (R) Florida State Senate
Casey Cagle (R) Georgia State Senate
Donna Kim (D) Hawaii State Senate
Brad Little (R) Idaho State Senate
John Cullerton (D) Illinois State Senate
Sue Ellspermann (R) Indiana State Senate
Pam Jochum (D) Iowa State Senate
Susan Wagle (R) Kansas State Senate
Robert Stivers (R) Kentucky State Senate
John Alario (R) Louisiana State Senate
Justin Alfond (D) Maine State Senate
Thomas Mike Miller, Jr. (D) Maryland State Senate
Therese Murray (D) Massachusetts State Senate
Brian Calley (R) Michigan State Senate
Sandra Pappas (D) Minnesota State Senate
Tate Reeves (R) Mississippi State Senate
Peter Kinder (R) Missouri State Senate
Jeff Essmann (R) Montana State Senate
Greg Adams Nebraska State Senate
Brian Krolicki (R) Nevada State Senate
Chuck Morse (R) New Hampshire State Senate
Stephen Sweeney (D) New Jersey State Senate
John A. Sanchez (R) New Mexico State Senate
Robert Duffy (D) New York State Senate
Dan Forest (R) North Carolina State Senate
Drew Wrigley (R) North Dakota State Senate
Keith Faber (R) Ohio State Senate
Todd Lamb (R) Oklahoma State Senate
Peter Courtney (D) Oregon State Senate
Jim Cawley (R) Pennsylvania State Senate
M. Teresa Paiva-Weed (D) Rhode Island State Senate
Glenn McConnell (R) South Carolina State Senate
Matthew Michels (R) South Dakota State Senate
Ron Ramsey (R) Tennessee State Senate
David Dewhurst (R) Texas State Senate
Wayne Niederhauser (R) Utah State Senate
Phillip Scott (R) Vermont State Senate
Bill Bolling (R) Virginia State Senate
Brad Owen (D) Washington State Senate
Jeffrey Kessler (D) West Virginia State Senate
Michael Ellis (R) Wisconsin State Senate
Tony Ross (R) Wyoming State Senate

See also