How is the vice-president elected?
The vice president is selected by the canidates and if they win the vice president they chose becomes vice president.
only if he/she is still qualified to be President (has not yet been elected President twice)
There is no limit to the number of terms a person my serve as U. S. Vice President.
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Aaron Burr and George Clinton
LBJ. Lyndon Baines Johnson
he was the first black vicepresident
President: Traian BÄƒsescu Romania has not a vicepresident.
The Speaker of the House is next in line.
No. The Vice President lives in the Naval Observatory.
Joseph Robinette Biden Jr is the 47th and current vice president of the USA
The 12th amendment. In the very first sentence.
Huerta? Yes, he plotted and ultimately succeeded in killing the Mexican president Francisco I. Madero and his vicepresident, Jose Maria Pino Suarez in 1913, thus sparking the Mexican Revolution.
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There is no such position within Mexico's government. The title most closely related to a vicepresident in Mexico is held by the Secretary of the Interior; such position is held by Miguel Osorio Chong (term: 2012-2018).
He was elected president in 1932, and re-elected in 1936, 1940 and 1944.
Every president who was re-elected was elected twice, but Grover Cleveland is the only president to be elected twice, but not re-elected.
Lincoln was first elected in 1860. He was re-elected in 1864, and began to serve his second term in 1865.
how often are senators elected
He was elected in 1828 and re-elected in 1832.
George Washington was first elected in 1789. He was elected to a second term in 1792.
Republican Presidents elected since 1900 William McKinley (elected 1900) Theodore Roosevelt (elected 1904) William Howard Taft (elected 1908) Warren Harding (elected 1920) Calvin Coolidge (elected 1924) Herbert Hoover (elected 1928) Dwight Eisenhower (elected 1952 and 1956) Richard Nixon (elected 1968 and 1972) Ronald Reagan (elected 1980 and 1984) George H. W. Bush (elecrted 1988) George W. Bush (elected 2000 and 2004) note: Gerald Ford finished Nixon's second term as president but was not elected.
Cleveland was elected in 1892; McKinley was elected in 1896.
He can be elected to the presidency only two times. He can be re-elected only one time.
Senators are not elected by district, they are elected by state. House of Representative members are elected by district.
Octavian was not elected. He was appointed to any office that he held.
He was elected president in 1992 and re-elected in 1996.
Senators were elected by state legislatures.
He was not elected to the House, he was elected to the Senate in 2004.
He was elected in 1996, and re-elected in 2000 and 2006.
He was elected in 2008. He was then re-elected in 2012.
John Adams - elected VP 1789, elected President 1796 Thomas Jefferson - elected VP 1796, elected President 1800 Martin Van Buren - elected VP 1832, elected President 1836 Richard Nixon - Elected VP 1952 and 1956, elected President 1968. George H. W, Bush- elected VP in 1980 ans 1984, elected President in 1988/ In addition, T Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman and LB Johnson all succeeded to the Presidency on the death of an incumbent, and went… Read More
Andrew Johnson was never elected president but was elected vice-president in 1864. Lyndon Johnson was elected president in 1964.
He was elected for his first term in November 2008, and took office in January 2009. Prior to that, he was elected (and then re-elected) an Illinois State Senator in 1996, and then elected a U.S. Senator in 2004.
he was elected in 1865
there elected by people
2 presidents have been re elected.
President Barack Obama was elected in 2008 and re-elected in 2012.
Yes, he was. He was elected President a second time in 1832.
He was first elected in 1980 and re-elected in 1984.
He was re-elected on November 2, 2004.
THE president is elected by the electrol college. Congress is elected by the people
There are no term limits. They can be re-elected until they either retire or die or don't get re-elected.
Theodore was elected president in 1904. Franklin was elected president in 1932, 1936,1940 and 1944. Both were elected to lower offices as well.
You can call this person an "elected executive". There are several varieties of elected executives, such as presidents, prime ministers, elected monarchs (usually chosen by advisors), elected caliphs, oligarchic representatives, etc.
Bill Clinton was elected as the governor of Arkansas. He was later elected twice as the President of the United States. Hillary Clinton was elected as a senator from New York.
Mexico's president is elected to a six year term but cannot run again.
Yes, there was a plebeian assembly and it was by this assembly that the tribunes were elected.
George Washington was the first President to be re-elected.
The latest pope to be elected is Pope Francis who was elected on March 13, 2013.