The presiding elected officers of each house: the President of the Senate and the Speaker of the House. (See also Legislative Leadership) They are elected by all the members of each chamber when the body organizes for a legislative session following a general election. On occasion, "leadership" also refers to the majority and minority leaders, who are elected by their respective caucuses.
Members of the General Assembly who are elected by their fellow party members of their chamber to provide advice to rank and file members and regulate the flow of legislation.
The President, Majority Leader, and Minority Leader of the Senate, and their assistants, and the Speaker, Majority Leader, Minority Leader of the House, and their assistants.