The chief officer of the staff of the House of Representatives. He hires and supervises all House staff, processes bills at the desk during sessions, and assists the Speaker in interpreting rules. He is elected by the membership of the House.
Chief administrative officer of the House who is elected by the members of the House each biennium. The Clerk is assisted by the Assistant Clerk of the House, also elected by the members of the House each biennium.
Parliamentarian for the House of Representatives. The person in this position performs numerous administrative and technical services, especially during House sessions. The Assistant Clerk of the House aids in performance of those duties.
A person, not a member of the Legislature, who is elected by the General Assembly to serve as its chief administrative officer. The Clerk's duties include reading all bills and resolutions on first, second and third reading; recording the vote on all bills and resolutions; and providing general supervision over certain employees of the house.
Chief administrative officer of the House of Representatives; elected by the members of the House. The Clerk is responsible for preparing the calendar, reference of papers, taking votes, reading papers, and other duties.