The United States Senate, the upper chamber of the United States Congress, serves to aid in constituting the nation’s legislature. The Senate is made up of senators who represent a single state in its entirety. Amongst other responsibilities, senators introduce bills and resolutions, as well as offer amendments and serve on committees. Delegates will hold the same responsibilities as senators who make up the United States Senate, an essential part of the US Government. Delegates will be tasked with officiating legislature, protecting the rights of individual states, safeguarding minority opinion in this system of government designed to give greater power to the nation government. The floor of the Senate is always an exciting and energetic space, in which senators defend the bills that they truly believe in, and make decisions that alter the lives of the people of the United States. This committee will be suitable for delegates who hold prior advanced committee experience, as well as newer delegates looking for a fun and unique committee to strengthen their skills.
Position papers are due on November 7 at 11:59PM PST to your committee email: firstname.lastname@example.org.