President pro tempore of the senate- Preside over the president in its absence, exercise the powers and duties of the president, assume other duties as assigned by president,
Speaker of the house- Preserve order in the chamber, appoint committee chairs and members, refers bills to committee sign legislation, writs and warrants.
Senate majority leader- Lead speaker during debates, develop calendars, assist the president or speaker with program development, policy information and policy decisions.
Senate minority leader- Negotiating with majority party, directing minority caucus activities on the chamber floor and leading debate for the minority.
Senate majority whip- Ensure member attendance, count votes and generally communicate the majority position,
Senate minority whip- Count votes, ensure attendance of minority party members.
House majority leader- charged with scheduling legislation for floor consideration; planning the daily, weekly, and annual legislative agenda.
House minority leader- assisted in their role by one or more whips, whose job is to enforce party discipline on votes deemed to be crucial by the party leadership and to ensure that members do not vote against the position of the party leaders.
House majority whip- The duties of the majority whip are to assist the floor leader, to ensure member attendance, count votes and generally communicate the majority position.
House minority whip- The major responsibilities for the minority whip are to assist the minority leader on the floor, count votes and ensure attendance of minority party members