Clinton was in presidency when the 21st century began, but George W. Bush was the first to be elected
George W. Bush, Jr.In the 2000 election between George W. Bush (Republican) and Al Gore (Democrat), Bush was elected into presidency.
There have been two former presidents to have sons elected to the presidency. John Adams son John Quincy Adams and George W Bush son was elected president.
When first elected as president George W. Bush was the Governor of Texas.
The elder George Bush won the Election of 1988.
When George H. W. Bush was elected President, he himself was the Vice President. The first time George W. Bush was elected President, the Vice President was his main opponent, Al Gore. The second time he was elected, the Vice President was his running mate, Dick Cheney.
The second president to be elected after his father was president was George W. Bush. George Bush was the 41st president and George W. Bush was the 43rd president.
George W. Bush was elected President in November 2000.
The president who was elected in the year 2004 was George Bush jr.
The presidency of George W. Bush began on January 20, 2001.
George H. W. Bush was the first incumbent vice-president to be elected president since Van Buren. Theodore Roosevelt was the first former VP to be elected after Van Buren but he was already president when he was elected.
Bill Clinton was elected President after George HW Bush(the first Bush) served one term of office (1989-1993).
George H. W. Bush was elected in 1988. George W. Bush was elected in 2000 and again in 2004.
no he was not elected by people
George H. Walker Bush was Elected President of the U.S. in 1998
George H.W. Bush was elected after President Ronald Reagan.
The 41st US President, George H.W. Bush (father of 43rd President George W. Bush) was Vice President from 1981 to 1989 under President Ronald Reagan. When Reagan was hospitalized for surgery, he notified Congress that Bush would be acting as President. Bush was elected President in 1988, succeeding Reagan.This action became necessary under the 25th Amendment (1967) which provides for temporary disability of the President, and was only first "officially" invoked by President George W. Bush while undergoing a colonoscopy in 2002, during which Vice President Richard Cheney became acting President.
George W. Bush was the first president to take office in the New Millenium
George H.W. Bush was elected in 1988.
41st PresidentGeorge H. W. Bush was 64 when he was elected US President in 1988 and when he took office in January, 1989. He was 56 when he was elected US Vice President in 1980.43rd PresidentGeorge W. Bush was 54 years old when he was elected President (2000) and inaugurated (2001).
people voted for him
George W. Bush
George W. Bush was 54 when he was elected as president in 2000.