No, Obama was a Senator before being elected president
The president can only be elected for 4 years, but after that he can be re-elected for 4 years more.
No, it is not true that women can not be elected for presidency. Women can be elected for presidency.
True. He was elected for his third term in 1940.
To date, your statement is true.
Yes it is true that he has been elected, but he doesn't take over from President Obama until January.
16 state governors became US President that includes Territorial Governors 10 became 'true' two term US Presidents 9 state governors to US Presidents were in the period since 1896 5 'True' Two Term Presidents with gubernatorial background occurred since 1896 4 state governors to US Presidents have occurred in the last 32 years 3 'True' Two-term Presidents with gubernatorial background occurred in the last 32 years
False, Ronald Reagan was the oldest man to be elected as president.
At least two nations, Brazil and Mexico, directly elect their president. Many people think the president is directly elected in the United States, but that is not true. While the people vote on the president, he or she is ultimately elected by the electoral college.
false- the term in only 4 years although the president can be re-elected to second term if the voters so choose.
Nothing was "unique" about Kennedy. It's true, he's still the only Roman Catholic to be elected, but there was nothing unique about his presidency or his actions.
By an election held every 6 years; this is true for president, congress, state and municipal governors.
No, but there used to be a connection with the year they were elected, starting with Lincoln who was elected in 1860, any president that was elected in a year that ended in the number zero would be assasinated, and this continued to occur until Ronald Reagon who was elected in 1980, its true that he there was an attempt but he survived, which ended the curse.
No chance. The president's spouse has no claims on the presidency . <><><> True- HOWEVER- If Bill Clinton ran as her Vice Presient, and were elected to that office, AND the President became unable to complete the term of office, THEN Bill Clinton could again become President. The Constitution provides that one may be ELECTED to the office of President only twice. He would not have been elected more than twice.
Yes, presidents serve for 4-year terms.
No- there are no requirements concerning the experience of the President. In fact, Taylor, Grant, Hoover , Eisenhower, and maybe others, held no elected offices before becoming president
The US Constitution prohibits a President from being elected more than twice. This is not true. If a president dies with two or less years in his term, the vp can take over for those two years and be elected for two more terms. The most amount of years anyone can be president is 10 years.