The Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate.
Presiding officer of the Senate=President of the Senate (who is always the Vice President of the U.S.) Presiding officer of the House=Speaker of the House.
The presiding officers of Congress maintain order and moderate debates. The choose who will speak and they count the votes.
presiding officers of house and senate the members of the congress
the presiding officers of the House and Senate. Tj Nguyen
What bills and laws come up to be voted on.
The Vice-President presides over the Senate. The Speaker of the House presides over the House of Representatives.
Unsure answer: The speaker of the House is responsible for keeping order in the chamber and leading the sessions of congress.
The presiding officer of the Senate is called the President Pro-Tempore. He keeps order and decorum in the Senate, he appoints Senate officers, and he rules on contested issues. His power is more limited than his counterpart in the House.
In states that have bicameral legislatures, what title is given to the presiding officer of the lower house?
It is called the Illinois Senate. The Illinois General Assembly is comprised of the Illinois House of Representatives and the Illinois Senate. The State Senate has 59 members and the House has 118 members.
The Presiding officer of the US Senate is the Vice president of the United States, but his title in the Senate is President of the Senate. The presiding officer of the House of Representatives is called the Speaker of the House.