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George Clinton for his first term; Eldridge Gerry for his second. Both of them died in office.
Burr, a Republican, and Hamilton, a Federalist, had been bitterpolitical rivals for years, beginning when Burr took Hamilton'sfather-in-law's seat in Congress. In the 1800 Presidential election, Aaron Burr and Thomas Jeffersoneach received the same number of votes, enough to unseat theincumbent...
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Seven vice presidents of the United States died while still in office. They were: * George Clinton (under Thomas Jefferson and James Madison) * Elbridge Gerry (under James Madison) * William R. King (under Franklin Pierce) * Henry Wilson (under Ulysses S. Grant) * Thomas Hendricks ...
In the United States, Vice Presidents are indirectly elected through the Electoral College. This college is composed of electors that select the President and Vice President. Ballots are cast for the electors by voters in each state and the District of Columbia.
Alexander Hamilton - Secretary of the Treasury (Burr was the VP)
43 People have held the office of US President, and 44 Presidencies. There have been forty-three people sworn into office, and forty-four presidencies, due to the fact that Grover Cleaveland served two non-consecutive terms and is counted chronologically as both the twenty-second and the twenty...
He didn't use the word invented, but On 9 March 1999, during an interview with Wolf Blitzer of CNN, Gore was asked what were the differences between himself from his opponent in the race for the nomination for President in 2000. His answer was, in part, "During my service in the United...
the presidential medal of freedom in 2000.
No, Aaron Burr should not have been charged with the murder of Hamilton. The two men agreed to meet for a formal pistol duel. Dueling itself was illegal, but not considered murder. Burr won the duel, and Hamilton died. Burr was in fact charged in both New Jersey, where the duel took place, and in...
Fourteen vice presidents have become president, eight because of the death of a president. These eight so-called 'accidental presidents' were John Tyler (VP for W, H. Harrison) Millard Fillmore (VP for Taylor) Andrew Johnson (VP for Lincoln), Chester A. Arthur (VP for Garfield), Theodore...
because if something happen to the president, the vice president will be the president instead.
because if he died he can have another president to take his part
No, Michelle Obama is President Obama's wife, the First Lady. Although there have been females who were candidates for both president and vice president, so far, the United States has never had a woman president, nor a woman vice president. It should be noted that some sources expect Hillary Clinton...
None. There is NO "vise"-President. In the US we have a ViCe-President.
Lyndon B. Johnson was elected Vice President in 1960.
All U. S. Vice Presidents, 1789-2017 .
John Adams (1789-1797) .
Thomas Jefferson (1797-1801) .
Aaron Burr (1801-1805) .
George Clinton (1805-1812) .
Elbridge Gerry (1813-1814) .
Daniel D. Tompkins (1817-1825) .
John C. Calhoun (1825-1832) .
Martin Van Buren (1833-1837) .
Richard M. Johnson (1837...
Alben Barkley from KY was the Veep in 1950.
pass out with a bootle of expensive whiskey on his left hand meanwhile holding tv remote on the other hand coz he don't have permitt to buy chronic ,not even a reggie
No, he/she does not have a vice president of their own. However, one could assume that the Secretary of State would be the vice president's vice president. This is based on the chain of presidency. President diesVice president assumes the presidencyVice president diesSecretary of State assumes the...
The five most recent U. S. Vice Presidents as of 2012 are... George H. W. Bush (1981-1989) Dan Quayle (1989-1993) Al Gore (1993-2001) Dick Cheney (2001-2009) Joe Biden (2009-)
Aaron Burr was a member of the "Democratic-Republican Party."
No, Martin Van Buren was Andrew Jackson's second vice president.Van Buren later became President himself.
Walter F. Mondale, George H. W. Bush, J. Danforth Quayle, Albert A. Gore, Jr., Richard B. Cheney & then-Vice President-Elect Joesph R. Biden
Yes, there are no term limits for the vice president.
According to Masonic Tradition passed down through the lessons of the Scottish Rite 32-33 Degree Honorary Brotherhood of Free Masons I will pass on according to that Tradition that: Yes, Arron Burr was a Free Mason, as were 33 or so of General Washington's Command during the...
Thirteen US Presidents also served as vice-president: John Adams (elected in following election) Thomas Jefferson (elected in following election) John Tyler (ascended) Millard Fillmore (ascended) Andrew Johnson (ascended) Chester A Arthur (ascended) Theodore Roosevelt (ascended) Calvin...
Depends what hole did he put himself in
John C. Breckinridge was Vice President from 1857-1861 under President James Buchanan.
Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky
James Madison faced the death of Vice president George Clinton in first term and Vice president Elbridge Gerry in his second.
Frederic the great-king of Prussia played violin.His violin was played also by Joan Sebastian Bach.A marvellous Stradivari violin -now in the Stradivari collection of a Venetian lawyer.The name King of Prussia was given to the town because of admiration for this music lover king and his famous...
Yes, Henry Wilson was the 18th Vice President of the United States,serving with President Ulysses S. Grant.
Thomas Jefferson was President from 1801 to 1809, and Aaron Burr was the Vice President during Jefferson's first term, from 1801 to 1805.
George Clinton and Elbridge Gerry
At the start of 1961, Richard Nixon was the Vice President toEisenhower. Nixon had just lost the presidential election to JohnF. Kennedy, and so his Vice Presidency ended on January 20 of thatyear.
Fairbanks was VP under Theodore Roosevelt
George W. Bushwon the 2000 presidential election defeating Albert Gore, Jr. Inthe 2000 presidential election George W. Bush received 271electoral votes and Albert Gore, Jr. received 266 electoral votes.The popular vote totals were Gore 50,996,582 and Bush50,456,062.
Natural born citizen, 35 years of age, and a resident of the united states for at least 14 years
To date, two U. S. Vice Presidents have been born in Pennsylvania, George Dallas and Joe Biden.
Yes, Thomas Jefferson had a different vice president for each ofhis 2 terms.
Nelson A Rockefeller, 1974-77 was appointed to the Vice-Presidency following the resignation of Richard Nixon and the succession of Gerald Ford to the Presidency. His predecessor, Gerald Ford, was also appointed to the Vice-Presidency, but did succeed to the Presidency on Nixon's resignation.
George H. W. Bush for the first twenty days, Dan Quayle for the rest.
This depends on the organization/country. See related questions: The Vice-President of the United States was Al Gore from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001, including all of 1996.
He wasn't worth a crap before he took office and he still isn't worth a crap
To date, Kansas has been the home state and the birth state of only one U. S. Vice President, Charles Curtis.
nothing happens. nobody cares.
NO - Jackson was never the vice president. He was a Senator and Congressman from Tennessee.
The police reports have been lost, but Delaware Judge Jerome Herlihy, who investigated the crash, supports Hamill's (truck driver's daughter) claim. He told CBS News, "There was no indication that the truck driver had been drinking." And last fall, a spokesman for Biden said that the senator ...
US vice president Joe Biden is 75 years old (birthdate: November20, 1942). He served from 2009 to 2017 during the administration of BarackObama.
Alexander hamilton was mortally wounded by burr on a duel(July 11, 1804) hamilton died the next day
Kennedy, Ford, Carter, Clinton, G.W. Bush and Obama were all scouts. Gerald Ford is the only vice president who had been a scout.
Aaron Burr and Dick Cheney
Originally, from 1789 until 1800, there were not separate elections for President and Vice President. Each elector cast two votes, and whoever had the second-highest number of votes was the Vice President.
He served eight years from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001.Albert Arnold was born in March 31, 1948. He served as the 45th Vice President of the United States from 1993 to 2001, under President Bill Clinton. He was the Democratic Party's nominee for President and lost the 2000 U.S. presidential...
Prior to 1967, the Vice Presidency, once vacated remained empty until the next election. This occured 16 times, whenever the President or the vice-president died or resigned. After 1967 when the 25th amendment was ratified, a vacancy in the vice-presidency was soon filled.
Jefferson Davis Abraham Lincoln's opponent.
i don't think so if he was a celebrity why would he? i wouldn't if i where him id be in a private jet with a limo the size of my house!! lol
John C Calhoun (1829-1832) and later future president Martin Van Buren (1833-1837)
Madison's first VP, George Clinton, died in office. When Madisonwas reelected, he got a new VP, Elbridge Gerry, who also died inoffice.
One kilogram is equivalent to 2.20462262 pounds. For simplicity, multiply kilos by 2.2 to get a reasonably accurate answer.
The dates for the inauguration of the President and Vice President of the United States were changed by Constitutional Amendment when FDR became President. The date changed from April 4, to January 20. Herbert Hoover had been President and after he lost the election he had been unable to get any...
The president is the chief executive officer of the United States and heads the executive branch of the US government.
John Tyler Millard Fillmore Andrew Johnson Chester A. Arthur Theodore Roosevelt Calvin Coolidge Harry S. Truman Lyndon B. Johnson Gerald R. Ford
Hamilton voted for Jefferson instead of Burr, and Burr got angry and challenged him to a duel. Hamilton died in that battle, then Lewis and Clark were sent to explore Louisiana.
George Clinton was Thomas Jefferson' s second VP, and continued as James Madison's first. John C Calhoun was John Quincy Adams 's VP, and carried on to be Andrew Jackson 's in the latter's first term. Interestingly, neither one completed his second term. Clinton died in office, April...
All US Vice Presidents are not yet dead.
James Madison lost both of his vice-presidents to death. They were George Clinton and Elbridge Gerry.
He was born in Pennsylvania but was a senator in Delaware.
As a result of the Watergate Scandal, Republican Vice-President Spiro T. Agnew was forced to resign his office on October 10, 1973.
Aaron Burr. Alex planned on missing and he thought Aaron did too, but the wound ended his life.
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"Sons and Daughters" by Joe C. De Graft was released by Oxford University Press in 1964. Its plot is about domestic African drama.
Chester Alan Arthur (October 4, 1829 - Nov. 18, 1886) was 21stPresident of the United States. He was elected as Vice-Presidentand became President when Garfield was killed. He was from New York and was put on the ticket as a favor to theStalwart faction of the Republican party. These people enjoyed...
because if the president needs help in any way the vice presisdent is there and when the president dies the vice president takes hes place.
There were actually a few presidents that had no vice president. Richard Nixon Gerald Ford John Tyler Millard Fillmore Andrew Johnson Chester Arthur
According to HarpoBear at Oprah.com, no.
Fifteen US vice presidents later became president. They are: John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren, John Tyler, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Chester Alan Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Harry S Truman, Lyndon Baines Johnson, Richard Milhous Nixon, Gerald Rudolph Ford Jr,...
Richard Nixon was Eisenhower's vice-president for both terms, fromJanuary 20. 1953 to January 20, 1961. As an aside, Nixon was the only person in U. S. history electedVice President twice AND elected President twice. Richard M. Nixon, a future President US President Dwight D. Eisenhower chose...
He joined Kappa Delta Rho.
His first one, John C. Calhoun, resigned.
Yes. Al Gore can still run for president of the United States.
John Tyler was elected as Vice President, but became President whenWilliam Henry Harrison died of pneumonia.