Thomas Jefferson, Governor of Virginia, 1779-81
James Monroe, Governor of Virginia, 1799-1802
Andrew Jackson, Governor of the Florida Territory, 1821
Martin Van Buren, Governor of New York, 1829
William Henry Harrison, Territorial Governor of Indiana, 1801-13
John Tyler, Governor of Virginia, 1825-26
James Knox Polk, Governor of Tennessee, 1839-41
Andrew Johnson, Governor of Tennessee, 1853-57, Military Governor of Tennessee, 1862-65
Rutherford Birchard Hayes, Governor of Ohio, 1868-72, Governor of Ohio, 1876-77
Grover Cleveland, Governor of New York, 1883-85
William McKinley, Governor of Ohio, 1892-96
Theodore Roosevelt, Governor of New York, 1898-1900
William Howard Taft, Governor of the Philippines, 1901-04
Woodrow Wilson, Governor of New Jersey, 1911-13
Calvin Coolidge, Governor of Massachusetts, 1919-20
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Governor of New York, 1929-33
James Earl Carter, Jr., Governor of Georgia, 1971-75
Ronald Wilson Reagan, Governor of California, 1967-75
William Jefferson Clinton, Governor of Arkansas, 1978-80, 1982-92
George Walker Bush, Governor of Texas, 1995-2000
Governors of New York who became US Vice President are George Clinton, Daniel D. Tompkins, Martin van Buren, Levi P. Morton, Theodore Roosevelt and Nelson A. Rockefeller.
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
Yes and no. The governors have no legal way to remove a president from his office in the constitution. Governors can however call for a constitutional convention and make a new constitution. So yes they can remove a president, just not quickly.
No, governors are elected by the people of a state. Federal judges are appointed by the President and confirmed by Congress.
In the US, state governors are chosen by popular election. The people choose governors.
No, I would say not.
None is President of Washington State. Sates have Governors, not Presidents.
Governors are nearly like a president in regards to the fact that they are the highest government official in a certain area. However the president is in charge of a country, and a governor is in charge of a state.