A non-legislator officer appointed or elected by the members of the Senate to perform and direct the parliamentary and clerical functions of the Senate; also may be called "clerk," "chief clerk" or "principal secretary."
The chief administrative officer of the Senate. The Secretary of the Senate is elected by all the members of the Senate, and is responsible for keeping records of the proceedings of the Senate, supervising Senate employees, acting as parliamentarian of the Senate and advising members on parliamentary procedures, and preparing all Senate publications for printing.
Chief administrative officer of the Senate who is elected by the members of the Senate each biennium. The Secretary is assisted by the Assistant Secretary of the Senate, also elected by the members of the Senate each biennium.