How many US Presidents have been voted in by the House of Representatives?
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1. Only the House of Representatives can impeach the President. 2. The president must first break a federal law in order to be impeached. As of right now only two presidents have ever been voted on by the House of Representatives to be impeached and the House voted against it. Unless President Obama breaks a federal law, it is impossible for the House of Representatives to impeach him.
The House of Representatives have impeached, or accused, two presidents of criminal wrongdoing: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. In both cases, the Senate voted for acquittal rather than conviction.
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The bill is introduced into the House of Representatives when it is placed in a special box called a hopper, on the side of the clerk's desk. A bill clerk will then assign the bill with a number and then a reading clerk will read the bill to the Representatives. The Speaker of the House will then send the bill to one of the House standing committees. When the bill has been approved by the… Read More
None. Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached (had charges filed against them) by the US House of Representatives, but both were acquitted at their Senate trials. The Senate came up only one vote short of the 2/3 required to convict Andrew Johnson. In Clinton's case, 55 senators voted to acquit. President Nixon was never impeached because he resigned before the House of Representatives could complete the process.
There have been two Presidents that have been impeached by the House of Representatives. The 17th President Andrew Johnson 1865-1869 and the 42nd President Bill Clinton 1993-2001.
There have been no presidents convicted in impeachment proceedings. Two presidents have been impeached by the House of Representatives: Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1999. Both presidents were acquitted by the U.S. Senate of the charges for which they were impeached.
Thomas Jefferson's first term and the election of John Quincy Adams were determined by the House.
To impeach a President, Congress needs a two thirds majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate. Only two Presidents have been impeached so far.
Only 2 presidents in history have been impeached: Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson. Richard Nixon would have been impeached but resigned right before the House of Representatives were scheduled to vote on whether or not to impeach. None of the Presidents have been removed from office.
Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were the only presidents that were impeached by the House. Neither were removed from office, that is done through the senate. Nixon would have been impeached, however he resigned from office to avoid impeachment.
The House impeaches the President, but remember, an impeachment is just an indictment; the President is tried by the Senate. Two Presidents have been impeached but survived their trials.
None. Two presidents have been impeached but neither was found guilty by the Senate after impeachment by the House of Representatives.
Impeachment is the formal charging of an elected official (such as a US President) with serious illegal actions that may justify their removal from office. The act of impeachment in the US is the responsibility of the US House of Representatives. Once the formal accusation has been voted in the House, a trial is convened in the Senate. Presidents Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton are the only two Presidents to have been impeached by Congress… Read More
No, just the opposite is true. Of the 57 elections including 2012, in all but two (maybe three, depending on how you interpret 1876), the winner was determined by the electoral vote. Regarding the two cases in which the House of Representatives elected the president, the electoral vote counts determined from between/among whom they voted.
No, only two presidents in US history have been impeached by the House of Representatives. The two were Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Neither were removed from office.
None. Two presidents: Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson were impeached by the House of representatives, which is the equivalent of bringing charges against someone. Both of them were acquitted (found not guilty, essentially) in trials in the Senate.
The term is impeachment. The US House of Representatives investigates charges against the President to determine if he has committed an impeachable offense. If a bill of impeachment is approved by 2/3 of the House, the President is impeached, or accused. He is then tried by the US Senate, and if voted guilty by 2/3 of the senators, he is removed from office. Two Presidents have been impeached (Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton) but neither… Read More
The American Constitution, the supreme law of the United States, was first drafted in 1787. Since then America has been governed by the House of Representatives and the Senate. Since then there have been 44 presidents, from George Washington to Barak Obama.
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It has been put all over the news that democrats have a larger party in the house of representatives.
Bill Clinton and Andrew Johnson were impeached. Bill Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives but was not removed from office by the Senate. No president to date has been removed from office. Richard Nixon was facing impeachment, but resigned the Presidency to avoid it. There have been 2 Presidents Impeached in the U.S. history. The 17th president Andrew Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives in 1868 for violation of the Tenure… Read More
A "bill of impeachment" is brought by the House of Representatives. It's similar to an indictment made by a grand jury. That is, it's only an accusation that must be brought to trial. At this point a president has been "impeached." A trial is then conducted by the Senate. Only two Presidents in US History have been impeached by the House of Representatives. -- President Andrew Johnson was impeached in 1868 for violating the Tenure… Read More
The number of U.S. Presidents impeached under the Constitution is two, Andrew Johnson, who became President after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and Bill Clinton. Neither of these two Presidents were removed from office as a result of the process. Richard Nixon, threatened with impeachment and facing sure removal in the Senate resigned from the Presidency, but was never technically impeached.
No US presidents have been impeached and convicted and so removed from office.
There have been 19 US Presidents who were previously members of the US House of Representatives. They were John Madison, John Quincy Adams, Andrew Jackson, William Harrison, John Tyler, James Polk, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, Rutherford Hayes, James Garfield, William Mckinley, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, George HW Bush.
Five members of the House of Representatives have been expelled since the House came into existence. In order to expel a member, a two-thirds majority vote is needed.
None. Although both Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton were impeached by the House of Representatives, the Senate found them not guilty and did not remove them from office. Richard Nixon resigned before being impeached.
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There have been two presidents that were impeached by the House of Representatives, and they were Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. Although they were both impeached they were acquitted by the Senate. Richard Nixon was a third president who would have been impeached but resigned prior to his pending impeachment.
No. The lower house in Canada is called the House of Commons. It is similar to the House of Representatives in that representatives come from fixed geographical areas defined by legislation, and they are elected as representatives of political parties. Unlike the House of Representatives, however, members of the House of Commons are not elected for fixed terms on set dates, and they on average serve longer terms in office than members of the House… Read More
Nine Vice Presidents has ascended to the Presidency upon the death or resignation of the President. Eight of the nine were voted into the Vice Presidency (one was appointed), and four of the eight later won a Presidential election (so there have been five U.S. Presidents who never won a Presidential election).
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There have been 2 Presidents Impeached in the U.S. history. The 17th president Andrew Johnson was impeached by the House of Representatives in 1868 for violation of the Tenure in Office Act of 1867. However, the Senate was one vote short of convicting Johnson. The 42nd president Bill Clinton was impeached in 1998 by the House for perjury and obstruction of justice. As with Johnson, the Senate could not come up with the two-thirds majority… Read More
Rhode Island has always been entitled to two representatives in the U. S. House except for two decades, the 1910s and the 1920s, when the number was three.
How many states had the smallest representation in the House of Representatives? one. Which state had the most Representatives? Virginia. How many representatives did Virginia have. ten. Who shouldhave been happier with their representation in the Senate, the small states or the large states? small states. Why would ...
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Yes. They have been a democracy since 1990. Since then they have voted in two presidents: Sam Nujoma and Hifikepunye Pohamba
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Zero! The 17th and 41st President's, Andrew Johnson and William (Bill) Clinton, were both impeached by the House of Representatives but later aquitted by the Senate. Richard Nixon resigned the office of the President before he could be impeached.
Only the House of Representatives can impeach a president. Impeachment is something like an indictment, it is a formal accusation and not a conviction. After impeachment by the House of Representatives, the Senate tries the president and decides guilt or innocence. Two US presidents, Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, have been impeached. Neither was found guilty by the Senate. Nixon was probably heading for impeachment, but he was pardoned by Gerald Ford before that could… Read More
Ma9989009, your answer is incorrect. Senators can be impeached -- and have been impeached. The first (and as of now, only) senator to be impeached was William Blount in 1797. Per Article II, Section 4, of the Constitution, the House of Representatives has the power to impeach the president, vice president and any civil officer (which includes senators and representatives). There have been only 19 impeachments in our history -- 2 presidents, 1 senator, 1… Read More
No US presidents have been removed via the impeachment process. One, Nixon, resigned when impeachment procedures were being initiated in the House. Eight presidents have died in office.
How long must a person be a United States citizen before they can become a member of the house of representatives?
In order to serve in the House of Representatives, a person must have been a citizen for 7 years.
The House of Representatives was created by the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution was written in 1787 and took effect (due to having been ratified by nine states) in 1789.
A bill can be proposed in either house of Congress (the Senate or the House of Representatives). It is voted on in the house in which it is proposed; if it passes, it is sent to the other chamber of Congress, where it can be edited, amended, and voted on. If it is passed in the second house of Congress, then it is sent back to the first house to approve any changes that are… Read More
Contrary to some internet myths, President Obama's past career is actually quite normal. There have been a number of other past presidents who were college educated; there were also a number of presidents who at one time practiced law. In addition, there were presidents who were involved in teaching or some other aspect of education. And there have also been many former presidents who had previously been either senators or representatives.
Then the House of Representatives votes.
Yes, house of representatives serve a 2-year term, but must have been a us citizen for at least 7 years beforehand.