No. They are both elected by the electoral college which is directly elected by the people.
Not directly. The vice president is elected along with the president in the electoral college.
In the US both houses of Congress are elected directly, as are all state offices. In fact, the US President and the Vice-President are the elected officials that are not directly elected.
No U. S. President or Vice President has been publicly elected.
The United States has never had a publicly elected President or Vice President.
In 1952 Eisenhower was elected president and Nixon was elected vice-president.
A state's governor is directly elected by its registered voters. The U. S. president (and vice president) is elected by a group of electors appointed by the states.
both The U.S. President is directly elected by the electoral college and indirectly elected by the people of the states of the U.S. In November of every fourth year, the people of each state elect members to the electoral college, and in December of the same years the electoral college elects the U.S. President and Vice President.
the vice president is elected on the same ballot as the president
Schuyler Colfax was Speaker of the House of Representatives when he was elected Vice President in 1868. William A. Wheeler was a U. S. Representative from New York when he was elected Vice President in 1876. James A. Garfield was a U. S. Representative from Ohio when he was elected President in 1880. James S. Sherman was a U. S. Representative from New York when he was elected Vice President in 1908. John Nance Garner was Speaker of the House of Representatives when he was elected Vice President in 1932.
Lyndon Baines Johnson was elected vice president in 1960 when Kennedy was elected president. There is no individual vote for vice president in the US.
Well, with the elected president comes the vice president.__________________As a footnote, neither the president nor the vice president is nationally elected. The people vote for electors in the presidential election.
George Washington was never elected vice president, nor did he serve as vice president.
Gerald Ford is the only US president who was not elected as president or vice president.
Because the Vice President is elected by the people through the Electoral College. He is not appointed by or responsible to the President.
The people of the United States. We vote for who we want elected and we ultimately decide who is president and vice president.
Ford was both president and vice-president but was not elected to either office. Nelson Rockefeller served as vice president without being elected.
In 1952, when Nixon was elected Vice President, Alben W. Barkley of the Democratic Party was the Vice President.In 1956, when Nixon was re-elected Vice president, Nixon was of course the Vice President.In 1968, when Nixon was elected to the presidency, Hubert Humphrey was the Vice President, whom Nixon also defeated in the election.In 1972, when Nixon was re-elected, Spiro Agnew was the Vice President.
No, the vice president is elected.
The vice president is elected with the president
John Adams, the first US Vice President, was elected as President while serving as Vice President.
Gerald Ford was the only President who not elected to either president or vice-president. He was appointed vice-president after the elected Vice-President Agnew resigned and became president after Nixon resigned as President. Presidents John Tyler, Millard Fillmore,Andrew Johnson and Chester Alan Arthur was all elected vice-president but never were elected President.
Thomas A. Hendricks, Democrat from Indiana, was elected vice-president in 1884.
John Adams was the 1st vice president elected.
When the Constitution was first adopted, the only Federal officeholders elected directly by the vote of the people were "Representative" and "Elector" . Senators were selected by the State legislatures. President and Vice President were elected by the Electors in the Electoral College.
John Tyler was the first person to move up to president after being elected only as vice-president. Gerald Ford was appointed ( not elected) vice-president and moved up to President - he was the only to do that without being elected to either office. Gerald Ford. He was vice president however he was appointed vice president and not elected vice president. He did become president because he was "next in line".