The party that holds a majority in a state house or senate will designate one member to be the who is usually responsible for getting the necessary votes for legislation and enforcing party discipline a. governor b. majority leader c. mainority leader d. serveant at arms
The correct answer is B.
The majority leader is the leader of the majority party in a State House or Senate, outside of the Senate President or Speaker of the House. They usually work to assist the Speaker or Senate President in getting votes and enforcing discipline.
b. majority leader
In both the House and the Senate the figure is called the "majority leader."
Majority leader is usually selected by the party with the most amount of representatives in the Congress. He is usually the leader of the Senators of the majority party.
He is usually responsible for getting the necessary votes for legislation and enforcing party discipline.