George Washington , the first president, was elected in November, 1788. He took office the following March.
The president is elected every four years. The election is held on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November. The elected president is then sworn into office on January 20th of the following year.
In 1789 the first president General Gearge Washinton was elected president and John Adams was elected vice peresident
He was the first elected President, several men held the office of President before him but none of them were elected.
the first president was in office from 1789 - 1797 so George Washington was in office for 2 years
No. His first elected position was President of the US. He did not seek an elected office after that.
The only President who was neither elected as President nor as Vice President was Gerald R. Ford.
No woman has ever been elected to the office of President.
George W. Bush was the first president to take office in the New Millenium
... as President? No! He was assassinated before completing his (first) term of office.
He was 51, when he was first elected as President in November, 1860.
Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States, was elected to his first term to the office of the President on March 4, 1933. He, ultimately, was elected to four terms in office. FDR died on April 12, 1945, at the beginning of his fourth term in office.
Woodrow Wilson was the 28th president. He was elected into the presidential office twice. The first was in 1913, when he defeated incumbent President Taft and then was elected again in 1916.
First, he or she is nominated and then elected to serve as president the following term.
Thomas Jefferson (1801)
George Washington was elected President in 1789 and took office in 1790.
Hillary Clinton became the 1st wife of a former US President to be elected to national office when she was elected to the US senate in 2000.
He was elected November, 1960. He did not finish his first term of office. Died in office in Nov. of 1963, in Dallas, Texas.
Barack Obama was first elected president in November 2008, and he officially took office in January 2009.
He ran for office for the first time in 1996 and was elected an Illinois state senator. He was elected President for the first time in November, 2008.
Ronald Reagan was 69 when first elected President in 1980; he was 73 when elected to his second term of office.
John Tyler was the first vice president to become President without being elected as President. He took over for William Henry Harrison, who was the first President to die in office in 1840.
Ronald Reagan was 69 when he was first elected and when he first took office in 1981.
The first elected president of the twentieth century was William McKinley, who was assassinated September 14, 1901. He was also the last American Civil War veteran to be elected to the office.
The answer is John Tyler following the death of William Harrison