Presidential Inaugurations

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In 1933 Inauguration Day was changed to January 20 (from March 4th) by order of the 20th Amendment.

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The 20th Amendment changed the dates of congressional and Presidential inauguration.

Usually Inauguration Day is celebrated on January 20th. If it falls on a Sunday the inauguration will be on Saturday and then will be shown on the following Monday. This is when Inauguration Day is celebrated.

the 20th amendment changed the date of the inauguration from march 4 to January 20

Ronald Reagan's inauguration was the coldest inauguration day on record. The temperature was 7°F.

Inauguration Day has been January 20 since Franklin D. Roosevelt's second inauguration in 1937. From 1793 through 1933, Inauguration Day had been March 4. The 20th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution, which was ratified in January, 1933, changed not only the Inauguration Day of the President and Vice President but also changed the date on which the terms of Senators and Representatives begin and end from March 4 to January 3.

Yes, Inauguration Day is not a National Holiday.

Usually Inauguration Day is celebrated in Washington D.C. Though, the first inauguration for George Washington was held in New York, these days we celebrate Inauguration day in Washington D.C.

The 20th Amendment madethe 20th of January Inauguration Day.

Each inauguration takes place every 4 years on January 20. The original inauguration date was March __, but the __ Amendment changed this in ___.

The presidential inauguration is in the state capitol Washington D.C.

The Presidential Inauguration Day is held on January 20. The term of the president officially starts at noon on that day.

You must be 35 by inauguration day, in order to take office.

The inauguration is held in front of the capital building and the only time it has changed location was with Washington. His inauguration was in New York and the reason for that was there was no capital in 1789. Adams will be the first president to occupy the unfinished White House.

The next Inauguration Day will be January 20, 2009. hat is the day when the new president is sworn in.

Yes, it is closed on inauguration day (Jan 19th, 2009) because it is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

By the US Constitution as amended, Inauguration Day is 20 January every four years.

Congress passed the Emergency Banking Bill the day after FDR's inauguration.

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The 20th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution, ratified in January, 1933, changed Inauguration Day from March 4 to January 20 and changed the beginning/end of Senate and House terms from March 4 to January 3. The first inauguration to take place on January 20 was Franklin Roosevelt's second, in 1937.

Barack Obama was 47 on Inauguration Day in January 2009.

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Every presidential inauguration is January 20, the following year after Election Day.

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