About the Offices

While senators are not officers of the national governance, they do employ people on whom certain authority of the Senate body devolves. Principal among these are the Secretary of the Senate, and the Sergeant at Arms. The current organic Senate has failed to elect either officer. Research continues into the lawful duties of each officer as of 1860, the year to which the organic national governance is being restored.

Senator Don Adams, of Wisconsin free state, was appointed during the first session of the second restored Senate to the position of "senate administrator", in response to the need for a central point of contact for Senate business, and someone to regularly run the teleconference control board. His current conduct being dishonorable suggests it was not the wisest of appointments.