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Revision as of 10:10, 30 April 2013

The President pro tempore (or "President pro tem") is the second-highest-ranking official in a state senate.

Duties and privileges of a president pro tem vary from state-to-state.

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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 President Pro Tempore By State

President Pro Tempore of the Senate Legislature
Del Marsh (R) Alabama State Senate
NA Alaska State Senate
Sylvia Allen (R) Arizona State Senate
Paul Bookout (D) Arkansas State Senate
Darrell Steinberg (D) California State Senate
Betty Boyd (D) Colorado State Senate
Donald Williams, Jr. (D) Connecticut State Senate
Anthony DeLuca (D) Delaware State Senate
Garrett Richter (R) Florida State Senate
Tommie Williams (R) Georgia State Senate
NA Hawaii State Senate
Brent Hill (R) Idaho State Senate
NA Illinois State Senate
David Long (R) Indiana State Senate
Jeff Danielson (D) Iowa State Senate
NA Kansas State Senate
Katie Stine (R) Kentucky State Senate
Sharon Weston Broome (D) Louisiana State Senate
NA Maine State Senate
Nathaniel McFadden (D) Maryland State Senate
Stanley Rosenberg (D) Massachusetts State Senate
Tonya Schuitmaker (R) Michigan State Senate
Gen Olson (R) Minnesota State Senate
Terry Brown (R) Mississippi State Senate
Robert Mayer (R) Missouri State Senate
Bruce Tutvedt (R) Montana State Senate
NA Nebraska State Senate
Michael Schneider (D) Nevada State Senate
John Barnes (R) New Hampshire State Senate
Nia Gill (D) New Jersey State Senate
Timothy Jennings (D) New Mexico State Senate
Dean Skelos (R) New York State Senate
Phil Berger (R) North Carolina State Senate
Rich Wardner (R) North Dakota State Senate
Keith Faber (R) Ohio State Senate
Brian Bingman (R) Oklahoma State Senate
Ginny Burdick (D) Oregon State Senate
Joe Scarnati (R) Pennsylvania State Senate
NA Rhode Island State Senate
John E. Courson (R) South Carolina State Senate
Bob Gray (R) South Dakota State Senate
Vacant Tennessee State Senate
Steve Ogden (R) Texas State Senate
NA Utah State Senate
John Campbell (D) Vermont State Senate
Walter Stosch (R) Virginia State Senate
Tim Sheldon (D) Washington State Senate
Joseph Minard (D) West Virginia State Senate
Tim Carpenter (D) Wisconsin State Senate
NA Wyoming State Senate

See also