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James GarfieldQuestion not clear.Lincoln was assassinated a few months after being re-elected, but only a week or two after his second inauguration.President Garfield was assassinated a few months into the job in 1881.


William McKinley was a strong presidential candidate. William McKinley won two presidential elections. William McKinley was assassinated a few months after his second election.


to allow time to put together an administration which can take control of the government the day of the inauguration


William Henry Harrison died within one month after inauguration. Garfield died within 8 months of inauguration.


Lincoln was elected in 1860, began serving in 1861, was re-elected in 1864, and assassinated April 15, 1865. He therefore served just a few months more than 4 years as President.


James Garfield was the president that was assassinated only after four months in office. It happened on July 2, 1881.


No, there was not a turn upward in the months immediately before Roosevelt's inauguration. In his first year office unemployment rose to 24.9%.



Every 3 months a new presidential dollars are released.


The first Tuesday in November, approximately two and one half months prior to Inauguration Day, which is January 20th. The next presidential election will occur in November of 2012. The president-elect will be inaugurated on January 20, 2013.


No. In the US, an election comes months before a President is sworn in at his inauguration.


One of the men that were assassinated in 1968 is Martin Luther King Jr. The other man was Robert Kennedy.


Senator Obama has been at it for 21 months, Sen. McCain a little less.


The only U.S. Presidents who's presidencies did NOT last four years were the five gentlemen who died during their first terms and the five gentlemen who succeeded a President who died or resigned and who did not go on to win a presidential election: William Henry Harrison (1 month; died of pneumonia) John Tyler (3 years, 11 months; succeeded Pres. W. Harrison; could not get presidential nomination) Zachary Taylor (1 year, 4 months; uncertain cause of death, believed to be gastroenteritis) Millard Fillmore (2 years, 8 months; succeeded Pres. Taylor; failed to get Whig Party presidential nomination) Andrew Johnson (3 years, 10½ months; succeeded Pres. Lincoln; failed to get presidential nomination) James A. Garfield (6½ months; assassinated) Chester A. Arthur (3 years, 5½ months; succeeded Pres. Garfield; failing health kept him from campaigning for reelection) Warren G. Harding (2 years, 5 months; died suddenly while on a speaking tour; his widow refused to allow an autopsy) John F. Kennedy (2 years, 10 months; assassinated) Gerald R. Ford (2 years, 5½ months; succeeded Pres. Nixon, who resigned; lost reelection to Jimmy Carter)


Fort Sumter was about 1 month after the inauguration.


i guess it could last about 14 months i guess it could last about 14 months


He was inaugurated in March of 1881, and was assassinated after serving only 5 months as president.


The inauguration for the first U.S. president, George Washington, was held on April 30, 1789 in New York City. Inauguration Day was originally set for March 15, giving electors from each state nearly four months after Election Day to cast their ballots for president. In 1937, the day of inauguration was changed by the Twentieth Amendment from March 4 to noon on January 20, beginning with Franklin Roosevelt's second term in 1937. In 1801, Thomas Jefferson became the first to be sworn in as president in Washington, D.C., which did not officially become the U.S. capital until that year. Source: wikipedia


Within months of his inauguration in January 2001, President George W. Bush announced that he wanted to begin building a missile defense shield for the United States because


No one. Arthur was VP under James Garfield, who was assassinated after only a few months in office.


He was assassinated on November 22,1963, in Dallas, TX, after 34 months in office.


Archduke Ferdinand, but the War would have started, anyway, within a few months.


With the four months between Election Day and Inauguration Day no longer being needed to be that long, the United States on January 23, 1933 ratified the 20th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The main purpose was to reduce the time between election of the president and his term. The amendment took effect on October 15, 1933. With the four months between Election Day and Inauguration Day no longer being needed to be that long, the United States on January 23, 1933 ratified the 20th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The main purpose was to reduce the time between election of the president and his term. The amendment took effect on October 15, 1933. With the four months between Election Day and Inauguration Day no longer being needed to be that long, the United States on January 23, 1933 ratified the 20th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The main purpose was to reduce the time between election of the president and his term. The amendment took effect on October 15, 1933.


Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Robert Kennedy was assassinated just two months later on June 6, 1968.


I can only think of one person to have won the popular vote in three consecutive Presidential elections. That person was President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. President Roosevelt was a member of the Democratic party who won four Presidential elections. He served as President from the date of his first inauguration in 1933 until his death in 1945. He died during the first few months of his fourth term.



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