"What role does the president do in the senate and is he important?"

The President of the Senate is a senator who is chosen by all the other senators to be the Presiding Officer. This means that in addition to representing their state or territory, the President is responsible for running the meetings of the Senate.

The President has several responsibilities including:

Learn more about the role of the President of the Senate with this fact sheet

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