HARRISBURG – The PA Senate passed legislation on a bipartisan vote to amend the state constitution to change how the lieutenant governor is selected. Senate Bill 106 would more closely align the current process of selecting the lieutenant governor with how the Vice President is selected during federal elections. In Pennsylvania, constitutional amendments must be passed in two consecutive two-year sessions of the Legislature and be approved by voters via a ballot question. Senate Bill 106 was passed by both chambers last session and would now need to be passed by the state House and approved by voters to take effect.