Not at the same time. Additional information: The Vice-President serves as President of the Senate, but is not a Senator. He can only vote in the event of a tie.
The President of the Senate in the United States is also the Vice President of the US. He is allowed to vote only when a particular Senate vote is tied. He is not a senator. He is not allowed to vote to create a tie.There is also a president pro tempore of the Senate. He is a senator who is elected by the Senate. He votes in the Senate like every other senator.
The Vice President of the United States is also the President of the Senate. He is not a Senator and he can not vote unless there is a tie vote, in which case he can vote to break the tie if he wishes.
The Vice President of the US is also the President of the Senate. He does not normally vote, but can break a tie vote.
The U.S. Vice-President is the President of the Senate. He casts a tie-breaking vote whenever a Senate vote is tied. Otherwise he has no vote, since he is not a Senator. Accordingly he is rarely in attendance when the Senate meets unless if appears likely that there will be a tie vote.
Yes. The Constitution of the US specifies that the Vice-president shall serve as the President of the Senate. As such, he has the power to vote ,iif there is a tie vote, which is possible since there are an even number of Senator, and has actually on some important legislation.
The Vice President of the US votes in the Senate when there is a tie.
That is the Vice President of the US. They only vote when there is a tie vote.
The vice-president presides of the US Senate and is allowed to vote if there is a tie vote there. He is also a citizen and can vote in his home town or by absentee ballot .
The Constitution states that the vice-president shall serve as president of the US Senate. The vice-president has no vote in Senate matters unless there is a tie vote, in which case, the vice-president casts the deciding vote. See Article I, Section 3, Clause 4 of the US Constitution.
The Vice-President of the US in 2013 is Joseph Biden, formerly a US Senator from Delaware.
The VP is the president of the US Senate. He can vote only if there is a tie vote.
The VP presides over the US Senate. He can vote only if there is a tie vote.
No- by constitutional edict , the Veep is president of the US Senate. He cannot vote as a Senator except in the case of a tie vote which has happened on some important bills, since the Senate has an even number of members.
Senators can vote like any US citizen for the president. They do not have any special powers in that regard.
John C. Calhoun resigned as vice president late in his last term in order to become a US Senator.
The US Vice President performs the duty as the President of the Senate. He or she has no vote except in situations where there is a tie in votes. The Vice President is then allowed to vote to settle the issue at hand.
The US vice president of today (8/6/11) , Joe Biden, is from Delaware where he was a US Senator for many years.
Democratic: Al Gore (Vice President, former Senator of Tennessee) as President and Joe Liebermann (Senator of Connecticut) as Vice President Republican: George W. Bush (Governor of Texas) as President and Richard "Dick" Cheney (Senator of Wyoming) as Vice President
The current VP, Joe Biden, was a long-time US Senator from Delaware before becoming the Vice-President.
Aside from casting his personal vote in elections the same as everyone else, the Vice President of the United States casts a tie-breaking vote in the US Senate when a vote in that body results in a tie.
* He was a member of US Congress. * He was a US Senator. * He was the 36th US Vice President. * He was the 37th US President.
The vice-president chairs the US and as such can vote if there is a tie vote-- otherwise he is not allowed to vote. There actually have some occasions when the VP's vote decided fairly important legislation.
Henry Clay was never the vice president. He was the Speaker of the House and a US Senator and Secretary of State.
The vice-president votes