|Originally the State Senate met in a chamber on
the second floor of the Capitol.
The current Senate occupies a room on the third floor that once housed the State Library.
The room was converted into the senate by 1913.
Courtesy of the League of Women Voters of Connecticut, Inc.
|The thirty-six senators sit at desks arranged in a circle according to their
The Lieutenant Governor presides over the Chamber.
State senators are elected for a two-year term with no term limits.