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The Speaker of the House Answer is elected by whichever party has a majority. is less powerful than the president pro tem of the Senate. is an honorific position. is much more powerful today than in previous years. has many informal powers, but few formal powers.
The Speaker of the House is elected by whichever party has a majority.
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The Speaker of the House is elected by whichever party has a majority.
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