The Secretary of the Senate is the chief operating officer of the Senate, under the jurisdiction of the Committee on Rules and Administration. The main duties of the Secretary are to serve as parliamentarian during floor sessions and to administer the internal operations of the Senate. A member or committee desiring to introduce a bill or a resolution must deliver it to the Secretary’s office to be prepared for introduction. The Secretary of the Senate is elected by the Senate at the beginning of the biennial legislative session, pursuant to Minnesota Statutes Section 3.06.
|Secretary of the Senate
|First Assistant Secretary of the Senate
|Second Assistant Secretary of the Senate
|Third Assistant Secretary of the Senate
The Secretary of the Senate oversees various internal Senate offices each providing specific services and duties. For a detailed description of each of the internal offices, please refer to each office's page.
|Sergeant at Arms
|Senate Information Systems (SIS)