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Politics and Government
Can decline to state vote in the primary in CA for pres candidates?
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How many states does the us have and names?
The 50 States of the United States of America: ----------------------------------------------------------- State of Delaware: 1787-pres. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: 1787-pres. State of New Jersey: 1787-pres. State of Georgia: 1788-1861, 1870-pres. State of Connecticut: 1788-pres. Commonwealth of Massachusetts: 1788-pres. State of Maryland: 1788-pres. State of South Carolina: 1788-1860, 1868-pres. State of New Hampshire: 1788-pres. Commonwealth of Virginia: 1788-1861, 1870-pres. State of New York: 1788-pres. State of North Carolina: 1789-1861, 1868-pres. State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations: 1790-pres. State of Vermont: 1791-pres. Commonwealth of Kentucky: 1792-pres. State of Tennessee: 1796-1861, 1866-pres. State of Ohio: 1803-pres. State of Louisiana: 1812-1861, 1868-pres. State of Indiana: 1816-pres. State of Mississippi: 1817-1861, 1870-pres. State of Illinois: 1818-pres. State of Alabama: 1819-1861, 1868-pres. State of Maine: 1820-pres. State of Missouri: 1821-pres. State of Arkansas: 1836-1861, 1868-pres. State of Michigan: 1837-pres. State of Florida: 1845-1861, 1868-pres. State of Texas: 1845-1861, 1870-pres. State of Iowa: 1846-pres. State of Wisconsin: 1848-pres. State of California: 1850-pres. State of Minnesota: 1858-pres. State of Oregon: 1859-pres. State of Kansas: 1861-pres. State of West Virginia: 1863-pres. State of Nevada: 1864-pres. State of Nebraska: 1867-pres. State of Colorado: 1876-pres. State of North Dakota: 1889-pres. State of South Dakota: 1889-pres. State of Montana: 1889-pres. State of Washington: 1889-pres. State of Idaho: 1890-pres. State of Wyoming: 1890-pres. State of Utah: 1896-pres. State of Oklahoma: 1907-pres. State of New Mexico: 1912-pres. State of Arizona: 1912-pres. State of Alaska: 1959-pres. State of Hawaii: 1959-pres. Also, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico officially requested statehood on December 11, 2012. The U.S. Congress has not yet voted on it.
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Who becomes pres of the united State when the pres and the vice pres die?
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Who were the republican pres and VP candidates in 2008 2012?
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Who are the current presidents of countries of 2013?
Abkhazia - Pres. Alexander Ankvab since May 2011 Afghanistan - Pres. Hamid Karzai since December 2001 Albania - Pres. Bujar Nishani since July 2012 Algeria - Pres. Abdelaziz Bouteflika since April 1999 Angola - Pres. José Eduardo dos Santos since September 1979 Argentina - Pres. Cristina Fernández de Kirchner since December 2007 Armenia - Pres. Serzh Sargsyan since April 2008 Austria - Pres. Heinz Fischer since July 2004 Azerbaijan - Pres. Ilham Aliyev since October 2003 Bangladesh - Acting Pres. Abdul Hamid since March 2013 Belarus - Pres. Alexander Lukashenko since July 1994 Benin - Pres. Yayi Boni since April 2006 Bolivia - Pres. Evo Morales since January 2006 Botswana - Pres. Ian Khama since April 2008 Brazil - Pres. Dilma Rousseff since January 2011 Bulgaria - Pres. Rosen Plevneliev since January 2012 Burkina Faso - Pres. Blaise Compaoré since October 1987 Burundi - Pres. Pierre Nkurunziza since August 2005 Cameroon - Pres. Paul Biya since November 1982 Cape Verde - Pres. Jorge Carlos Fonseca since September 2011 Central African Republic - Pres. Michel Djotodia since March 2013 Chad - Pres. Idriss Déby since December 1990 Chile - Pres. Sebastián Piñera since March 2010 China - Pres. Xi Jinping since November 2012 Colombia - Pres. Juan Manuel Santos since August 2010 Comoros - Pres. Ikililou Dhoinine since May 2011 Democratic Republic of the Congo - Pres. Joseph Kabila since January 2001 Republic of the Congo - Pres. Denis Sassou Nguesso since October 1997 Costa Rica - Pres. Laura Chinchilla since May 2010 Côte d'Ivoire - Pres. Alassane Ouattara since December 2010 Croatia - Pres. Ivo Josipović since February 2010 Cyprus - Pres. Nicos Anastasiades since February 2013 Czech Republic - Pres. Miloš Zeman since March 2013 Djibouti - Pres. Ismaïl Omar Guelleh since May 1999 Dominica - Pres. Eliud Williams since September 2012 Dominican Republic - Pres. Danilo Medina since August 2012 Ecuador - Pres. Rafael Correa since January 2007 Egypt - Pres. Mohamed Morsi since June 2012 Equatorial Guinea - Pres. Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo since August 1979 Eritrea - Pres. Isaias Afewerki since April 1991 Estonia - Pres. Toomas Hendrik Ilves since October 2006 Ethiopia - Pres. Girma Wolde-Giorgis since October 2001 Fiji - Pres. Epeli Nailatikau since July 2009 Finland - Pres. Sauli Niinistö since March 2012 France - Pres. François Hollande since May 2012 Gabon - Pres. Ali Bongo Ondimba since October 2009 Gambia - Pres. Yahya Jammeh since July 1994 Georgia - Pres. Mikheil Saakashvili since January 2008 Germany - Pres. Joachim Gauck since March 2012 Ghana - Pres. John Dramani Mahama since July 2012 Greece - Pres. Karolos Papoulias since March 2005 Guatemala - Pres. Otto Pérez Molina since January 2012 Guinea - Pres. Alpha Condé since December 2010 Guinea-Bissau - Acting Pres. Manuel Serifo Nhamadjo since May 2012 Guyana - Pres. Donald Ramotar since December 2011 Haiti - Pres. Michel Martelly since May 2011 Honduras - Pres. Porfirio Lobo Sosa since January 2010 Hungary - Pres. János Áder since May 2012 Iceland - Pres. Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson since August 1996 India - Pres. Pranab Mukherjee since July 2012 Indonesia - Pres. Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono since October 2004 Iran - Pres. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad since August 2005 Iraq - Pres. Jalal Talabani since April 2005 Ireland - Pres. Michael D. Higgins since November 2011 Israel - Pres. Shimon Peres since July 2007 Italy - Pres. Giorgio Napolitano since May 2006 Kazakhstan - Pres. Nursultan Nazarbayev since April 1990 Kenya - Pres. Uhuru Kenyatta since April 2013 Kiribati - Pres. Anote Tong since July 2003 Kosovo - Pres. Atifete Jahjaga since April 2011 Kyrgyzstan - Pres. Almazbek Atambayev since December 2011 Laos - Pres. Choummaly Sayasone since March 2006 Latvia - Pres. Andris Bērziņš since July 2011 Lebanon - Pres. Michel Suleiman since May 2008 Liberia - Pres. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf since January 2006 Lithuania - Pres. Dalia Grybauskaitė since July 2009 Macedonia - Pres. Gjorge Ivanov since May 2009 Malawi - Pres. Joyce Banda since April 2012 Maldives - Pres. Mohammed Waheed Hassan since February 2012 Mali - Acting Pres. Dioncounda Traoré since April 2012 Malta - Pres. George Abela since April 2009 Marshall Islands - Pres. Christopher Loeak since January 2012 Mauritania - Pres. Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz since August 2009 Mauritius - Pres. Kailash Purryag since July 2012 México - Pres. Enrique Peña Nieto since December 2012 Micronesia - Pres. Manny Mori since May 2007 Moldova - Pres. Nicolae Timofti since March 2012 Mongolia - Pres. Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj since June 2009 Montenegro - Pres. Filip Vujanović since May 2003 (elected in 2003, 2008 & 2013) Mozambique - Pres. Armando Guebuza since February 2005 Myanmar - Pres. Thein Sein since March 2011 Nagorno-Karabakh - Pres. Bako Sahakyan since September 2007 Namibia - Pres. Hifikepunye Pohamba since March 2005 Nauru - Pres. Sprent Dabwido since November 2011 Nepal - Pres. Ram Baran Yadav since July 2008 Nicaragua - Pres. Daniel Ortega since January 2007 Niger - Pres. Mahamadou Issoufou since April 2011 Nigeria - Pres. Goodluck Jonathan since May 2010 Northern Cyprus - Pres. Derviş Eroğlu since April 2010 Pakistan - Pres. Asif Ali Zardari since September 2008 Palau - Pres. Tommy Remengesau since January 2013 Palestine - Pres. Mahmoud Abbas since January 2005 Panama - Pres. Ricardo Martinelli since July 2009 Paraguay - Pres. Federico Franco since June 2012; Pres.-Elect Horacio Cartes takes office in August 2013 Peru - Pres. Ollanta Humala since July 2011 Philippines - Pres. Benigno Aquino III since June 2010 Poland - Pres. Bronisław Komorowski since August 2010 Portugal - Pres. Aníbal Cavaco Silva since March 2006 Romania - Pres. Traian Băsescu since August 2012 Russia - Pres. Vladimir Putin since May 2012 Rwanda - Pres. Paul Kagame since March 2000 El Salvador - Pres. Mauricio Funes since June 2009 São Tomé and Príncipe - Pres. Manuel Pinto da Costa since September 2011 Senegal - Pres. Macky Sall since April 2012 Serbia - Pres. Tomislav Nikolić since May 2012 Seychelles - Pres. James Michel since April 2004 Sierra Leone - Pres. Ernest Bai Koroma since September 2007 Singapore - Pres. Tony Tan since September 2011 Slovakia - Pres. Ivan Gašparovič since June 2004 Slovenia - Pres. Borut Pahor since December 2012 Somalia - Pres. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud since September 2012 Somaliland - Pres. Ahmed Mahamoud Silanyo since July 2010 South Africa - Pres. Jacob Zuma since May 2009 South Korea - Pres. Park Geun-hye since February 2013 South Ossetia - Pres. Leonid Tibilov since April 2012 South Sudan - Pres. Salva Kiir Mayardit since July 2011 Sri Lanka - Pres. Mahinda Rajapaksa since November 2005 Sudan - Pres. Omar al-Bashir since June 1989 Suriname - Pres. Dési Bouterse since August 2010 Syria - Pres. Bashar al-Assad since July 2000 Tanzania - Pres. Jakaya Kikwete since December 2005 Taiwan - Pres. Ma Ying-jeou since May 2008 Tajikistan - Pres. Emomalii Rahmon since November 1994 Timor-Leste - Pres. Taur Matan Ruak since May 2012 Togo - Pres. Faure Gnassingbé since May 2005 Transnistria - Pres. Yevgeny Shevchuk since December 2011 Trinidad and Tobago - Pres. Anthony Carmona since March 2013 Tunisia - Pres. Moncef Marzouki since December 2011 Turkey - Pres. Abdullah Gül since August 2007 Turkmenistan - Pres. Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow since February 2007 Uganda - Pres. Yoweri Museveni since January 1986 Ukraine - Pres. Viktor Yanukovych since February 2010 United Arab Emirates - Pres. Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan since November 2004 United States - Pres. Barack Obama since January 2009 (elected in 2008 & 2012) Uruguay - Pres. José Mujica since March 2010 Uzbekistan - Pres. Islam Karimov since March 1990 Vanuatu - Pres. Iolu Abil since September 2009 Venezuela - Pres. Nicolás Maduro since April 2013 (elected in 2013) Vietnam - Pres. Trương Tấn Sang since July 2011 Yemen - Pres. Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi since November 2011 Zambia - Pres. Michael Sata since September 2011 Zimbabwe - Pres. Robert Mugabe since December 1987
Who were Republican presidents?
All Republican U. S. Presidents: 16th Pres. Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865) 18th Pres. Ulysses S. Grant (1869-1877) 19th Pres. Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-1881) 20th Pres. James A. Garfield (1881) 21st Pres. Chester A. Arthur (1881-1885) 23rd Pres. Benjamin Harrison (1885-1889) 25th Pres. William McKinley (1897-1901) 26th Pres. Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) 27th Pres. William Howard Taft (1909-1913) 29th Pres. Warren G. Harding (1921-1923) 30th Pres. Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929) 31st Pres. Herbert Hoover (1929-1933) 34th Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961) 37th Pres. Richard M. Nixon (1969-1974) 38th Pres. Gerald R. Ford (1974-1977) 40th Pres. Ronald Reagan (1981-1989) 41st Pres. George H. W. Bush (1989-1993) 43rd Pres. George W. Bush (2001-2009)
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Who were the presidents to serve one term?
2nd Pres. John Adams (1797-1801) 6th Pres. John Quincy Adams (1825-1829) 8th Pres. Martin Van Buren (1837-1841) 11th Pres. James K. Polk (1845-1849) 14th Pres. Franklin Pierce (1853-1857) 15th Pres. James Buchanan (1857-1861) 19th Pres. Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-1881) 23rd Pres. Benjamin Harrison (1889-1893) 27th Pres. William Howard Taft (1909-1913) 31st Pres. Herbert Hoover (1929-1933) 39th Pres. Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) 41st Pres. George H.W. Bush (1989-1993)
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What president of the united state was the governor of California?
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If your brother hits you and he's 18 can I pres charges.?
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Ages of presidents?
George Washington : 57.1 to 65.0 when Pres.; died at 67.8 John Adams : 61.3 to 65.3 when Pres.; died at 90.6 Thomas Jefferson : 57.8 to 65.8 when Pres.; died at 83.2 James Madison : 57.9 to 65.9 when Pres.; died at 85.2 James Monroe : 58.8 to 66.8 when Pres.; died at 73.1 John Quincy Adams : 57.6 to 61.6 when Pres.; died at 80.6 Andrew Jackson : 61.9 to 69.9 when Pres.; died at 78.2 Martin Van Buren : 54.2 to 58.2 when Pres.; died at 79.6 William Henry Harrison : 68.0 to 68.1 when Pres.; died at 68.1 John Tyler : 51.0 to 54.9 when Pres.; died at 71.8 James K. Polk : 49.3 to 53.3 when Pres.; died at 53.6 Zachary Taylor : 64.2 to 65.6 when Pres.; died at 65.6 Millard Fillmore : 50.5 to 53.1 when Pres.; died at 74.1 Franklin Pierce : 48.2 to 52.2 when Pres.; died at 64.8 James Buchanan : 65.8 to 69.8 when Pres.; died at 77.1 Abraham Lincoln : 52.0 to 56.1 when Pres.; died at 56.1 Andrew Johnson : 56.2 to 60.1 when Pres.; died at 66.5 Ulysses S. Grant : 46.8 to 54.8 when Pres.; died at 63.2 Rutherford B. Hayes : 54.4 to 58.4 when Pres.; died at 70.2 James A. Garfield : 49.2 to 49.8 when Pres.; died at 49.8 Chester A. Arthur : 51.9 to 55.4 when Pres.; died at 57.1 Grover Cleveland : 47.9 to 51.9 during 1st presidency Benjamin Harrison : 55.5 to 59.5 when Pres.; died at 67.5 Grover Cleveland : 55.9 to 59.9 during 2nd presidency; died at 71.2 William McKinley : 54.0 to 58.6 when Pres.; died at 58.6 Theodore Roosevelt : 42.8 to 50.3 when Pres.; died at 60.1 William Howard Taft : 51.4 to 55.4 when Pres.; died at 72.4 Woodrow Wilson : 56.1 to 64.1 when Pres.; died at 67.1 Warren G. Harding : 55.3 to 57.7 when Pres.; died at 57.7 Calvin Coolidge : 51.0 to 56.6 when Pres.; died at 60.5 Herbert Hoover : 54.5 to 58.5 when Pres.; died at 90.1 Franklin D. Roosevelt : 51.0 to 63.1 when Pres.; died at 63.1 Harry S. Truman : 60.9 to 68.7 when Pres.; died at 88.6 Dwight D. Eisenhower : 62.2 to 70.2 when Pres.; died at 78.4 John F. Kennedy : 43.6 to 46.4 when Pres.; died at 46.4 Lyndon B. Johnson : 55.2 to 60.4 when Pres.; died at 64.4 Richard M. Nixon : 56.0 to 61.5 when Pres.; died at 81.2 Gerald R. Ford : 61.0 to 63.5 when Pres.; died at 93.4 Jimmy Carter : 52.3 to 56.3 when Pres.; turned 92 on Oct 1, 2016 Ronald Reagan : 69.9 to 77.9 when Pres.; died at 93.3 George H. W. Bush : 64.6 to 68.6 when Pres.; turned 92 on June 12, 2016 Bill Clinton : 46.4 to 54.4 when Pres.; turned 70 on August 19, 2016 George W. Bush : 54.5 to 62.5 when Pres.; turned 70 on July 6, 2016 Barack Obama: 47.4 to 55.4 when Pres.; turned 55 on August 4, 2016 Donald Trump : 70.6 on 20 Jan 2017
Who has acted as both Vice President and President?
John Adams, VP 1789-97, Pres 1797-1801 Jefferson, VP 1797-1801, Pres 1801-09 Van Buren, VP 1833-37, Pres 1837-41 Tyler VP Mar-Apr 1841, Pres 1841-45 Fillmore, VP 1849-50, Pres 1850-53 A Johnson, VP Mar-Apr 1865, Pres 1865-69 Arthur, VP Mar-Sep 1881, Pres 1881-85 T Roosevelt, BP Mar-Spp1901, Pres 1901-09 Coolidge, VP 1921-23, Pres 1923-29 Truman, VP Jan-Apr 1945 , Pres 1945-53 LB Johnson, VP 1961-63, Pres 1963-69 Nixon, VP 1953-61, Pres 1969-74 Ford, VP 1973-4, Pres 1974-77 GHW Bush, VP 1981-89, Pres 1989-93
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What presidents have been impeached charged with crime in office?
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How old do the pres and vice pres have to be according to the constitution?
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Which president served as Vice President Vice president and president?
John Adams: V.P. 1789-1797; Pres. 1797-1801 Thomas Jefferson: V.P. 1797-1801; Pres. 1801-1809 Martin Van Buren: V.P. 1833-1837; Pres. 1837-1841 John Tyler: V.P. 1841; Pres. 1841-1845 Millard Fillmore: V.P. 1849-1850; Pres. 1850-1853 Andrew Johnson: V.P. 1865; Pres. 1865-1869 Chester A. Arthur: V.P. 1881; Pres. 1881-1885 Theodore Roosevelt: V.P. 1901; Pres. 1901-1909 Calvin Coolidge: V.P. 1921-1923; Pres. 1923-1929 Harry S Truman: V.P. 1945; Pres. 1945-1953 Richard M. Nixon: V.P. 1953-1961; Pres. 1969-1974 Lyndon B. Johnson: V.P. 1961-1963; Pres. 1963-1969 Gerald R. Ford: V.P. 1973-1974; Pres. 1974-1977 George H. W. Bush: V.P. 1981-1989; Pres. 1989-1993
How many vice presidents have gone on to serve as president?
14 vice-presidents later became president. Vice Presidents Who Have Served As President: John Adams - V.P. 1789-1797, Pres. 1797-1801 Thomas Jefferson - V.P. 1797-1801, Pres. 1801-1809 Martin Van Buren - V.P. 1833-1837, Pres. 1837-1841 John Tyler - V.P. 1841, Pres. 1841-1845 Millard Fillmore - V.P. 1849-1850, Pres. 1850-1853 Andrew Johnson - V.P. 1865, Pres. 1865-1869 Chester A. Arthur - V.P. 1881, Pres. 1881-1885 Theodore Roosevelt - V.P. 1901, Pres. 1901-1909 Calvin Coolidge - V.P. 1921-1923, Pres. 1923-1929 Harry Truman - V.P. 1945, Pres. 1945-1953 Richard Nixon - V.P. 1953-1961, Pres. 1969-1974 Lyndon Johnson - V.P. 1961-1963, Pres. 1963-1969 Gerald Ford - V.P. 1973-1974, Pres. 1974-1977 George H. W. Bush - V.P. 1981-1989, Pres. 1989-1993