Pages are young men and ladies, ages 10-18, who assist each House or Senate member of the Legislature during its sessions. The duties of a Page are varied, but normally consist of assisting the Members of the House and/or Senate, and certain staff members, by performing errands on the floor of each house and during committee meetings. These errands usually include obtaining copies of bills, resolutions, amendments, substitutes and other official documents, as well as delivering messages to and from Members. Therefore, Pages are provided the rare privilege to work on the floor of the House or Senate, in the midst of legislative action.
Both the House and Senate have a Page Coordinators, who supervises the work of the Pages employed in their respective body. In addition to being afforded the ability to play an active role in the legislative process, service as a Page allows the student to meet other young men and young ladies from around the state. If you are interested, please contact our Legislative Director, Mimi Penhale, or your Legislator, by using the email links on the bottom of this page.
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