How many vice presidents at Microsoft?
John G. Connors (Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer) | Robert L. Muglia (Senior Vice President) | Robert J. Bach (Senior Vice President) | Lisa E. Brummel (Senior Vice President) | Jean Philippe Courtois (Senior Vice President) | Eric D. Rudder (Senior Vice President) | Douglas J. Burgum (Senior Vice President) | David Wayne Cole (Senior Vice President) | David Vaskevitch (Senior Vice President) | Bradford L. Smith (Senior Vice President) | Kevin R. Johnson (Group Vice President) | Jeffrey S. Raikes (Group Vice President) | James E. Allchin (Group Vice President) | Mich Mathew (Corporate Vice President) | Kenneth A. Depietro (Corporate Vice President)
There are no US presidents or vice presidents from West Virginia.
Asia is a continent, not a country. Asia has many countries in it. Many of those countries have their own presidents and vice presidents. So there is no president of Asia or vice president of Asia, just presidents and vice presidents of those countries.
There are 18 Vice Presidents world wide.
how many people have we had for vice president
Canada has a parliamentary government, and it does not have either Presidents or vice presidents. It has a Prime Minister and a Governor General.
I know sixteen u s presidents were governors before they were elected but I can't find out how many vice presidents were governnersbefore
There are 47 vice presidents from John Adams Jr. to Joseph Robinette Biden Jr.
14 presidents served as vice president before becoming president
Four U. S. Presidents had no Vice President: John Tyler Millard Fillmore Andrew Johnson Chester A. Arthur
I don't think the United States Postal Service has any vice presidents; just postmasters.
No, there are no presidents or vice presidents from Colorado.
Andrew Jackson had 2 Vice Presidents: John C. Calhoun, and Martin Van Buren.
The presidents either died or resigned, and their vice presidents took office, or the vice presidents were elected on their own.
because presidents were killed and are deceased which moved the vice president up to president and then they had to find a new vice president which means there are more vice presidents . As of 1/20/09 there are 44 presidents and 47 vice presidents .
the answer is ONE MILIION presidents
That's because there have been more Presidents with multiple Vice Presidents than there have been Vice Presidents serving under multiple Presidents.
One. The current Vice President is Joe Biden.
0 if referring to Vice President of the US
James Madison had two vice presidents. The history of his vice presidents is as follows: George Clinton (1809-1812) None (1812-1813) Elbridge Gerry (1813-1814). None (1814-1817)
Franklin D. Roosevelt had the most vice presidents, with a total of 3 vice presidents.
Eight Vice Presidents replaced Presidents who died in office, four of whom were assassinated, and one Vice President replaced a President who resigned.
The possessive form of the plural noun vice presidents is vice presidents'. Example: We rarely remember the vice presidents' wives unless they become first ladies.
Up to 2012, there have been no U. S. Presidents nor Vice Presidents from Wisconsin.
Only one at a time.
As of Jan 20th, 2009, there have been 47 Vice Presidents in the United States. Joe Biden is the 47th
Two U. S. Vice Presidents were born in Texas: John Nance Garner Lyndon B. Johnson
George is the first name of three former U. S. Vice Presidents to date: Clinton Dallas Bush
Too many to list here -- See Sources and related links for a complete list of vice presidents.
John Adams vice president was Thomas Jefferson.
Joe Biden is the 47th Vice President of the United States.
From Adams to Biden there have been 47 Vice Presidents of the United States.
No. No vice-presidents nor Presidents have come from Utah as of 2014.
North Carolina has not been the home state of any U. S. Vice Presidents to date, but two Vice Presidents were born there: William R. King (1853) Andrew Johnson (1865)
To date, two U. S. Vice Presidents have been born in Pennsylvania, George Dallas and Joe Biden.
14 - nine were vice-presidents that became president when the president died or resigned, and five served out their full terms as elected vice-president, then ran for president and won.
14 were former vice-presidents. 16 were US senators, 9 of which also served in the House 17 served in the House. (see the related questions for names.)
As of 2012, none.
George Washington had a single Vice President, John Adams.
As of 2009, Joseph Biden is the 47th US Vice President. Some Presidents have had more than one Vice President, , two vice presidents have served under more than one president (George Clinton and John C. Calhoun) and four (Tyler, Fillmore, A. Johnson, and Arthur) had no Vice President during their successions.
Nine presidents had their terms finished by the vice-president, Eight of these died in office-( four from assassination and four from natural cause ) and one resigned before his term was over.
7 U.S. Presidents had 2 men serve as their Vice-President - Thomas Jefferson James Madison Andrew Jackson Abraham Lincoln Ulysses S Grant William McKinley Richard Nixon In addition, Franklin Delano Roosevelt had 3 Vice Presidents Several Presidents went through periods without a Vice President but only John Tyler, Millard Fillmore and Andrew Johnson never had any Vice President at all.
How many presidents plus vice presidents plus first ladies plus and children of presidents did the US have in all?
282 if you count each once
Is there ever been a vice president that was not picked to run after the current presidents term was up?
There have been many Vice-Presidents who opted not to run for President. The most recent was Dick Cheney.
three Richard M. Johnson was the 9th U. S. Vice President. Andrew Johnson was the 16th Vice President and the 17th President. Lyndon B. Johnson was the 37th Vice President and the 36th President.
Nine presidents, John Tyler, Andrew Jackson, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Chester A. Arthur, Theodore Roosevelt, Calvin Coolidge, Harry Truman, and Lyndon Johnson. Those are all the presidents that didn't have vice presidents.
Some presidents have had more then one Vice President during their term.