I am interested in working with the Academic Senate. Can I, as a lecturer?

From Timothy Sistrunk, FASP Representative on the Senate:

All meetings are public, which means anyone can attend.  Lecturers (not just full-time) get to vote for all the at large positions and state-wide positions and can run for the at large positions.  If their college appoints them as its reps, they could serve in that way as well. They can also serve as non-voting members of the two standing committees, if appointed (they need to let Senate officers know they are interested).