When Washington became the first President of the United States, there were no elections for that office like we have today. The Electoral College chose Washington president. He is the only person to be unanimously elected by the Electoral College for the office of President. MrV
How did Washington carry out his goal of creating a respected government
i think a rifle:)
George Washington played an important role in shaping the United States. It is our role in society to carry on his legacy as an American.
They're called Washington quarters because they carry a picture of President George Washington
During the Revolution, George Washington served as General of the Colonists. He motivated the men to carry forward in their battle to win freedom from Britain.
It is believed the George H.W. Bush won the election to continue the policies of Ronald Reagan. His popularity was solidified by his Vice Presidency under Reagan.
I don't know ask your parents get off the internet
Washington didn't fight in any battles as the commander of the army. He gave his officers the battle plans and had them carry out the orders.
Washington never picked up a gun and "fought" since he was commander of the entire army. He told his officers the battle plan and had them carry it out.
George Washington surely carried some kind of gun from time to time.
Prior to his military service, George Washington worked as a land surveyor. He was the second son of a wealthy plantation owner, and imagined his brother would carry on the family tradition. However, his brother died, and George became the new heir of his father's plantation and slaves.
President Richard Milhous Nixon (R) was reelected in a Landslide in 1972. He got the electoral votes of Every state except Massachusetts and Washington DC (not a state). Senator George McGovern (D) was defeated overwhelmingly. He did not carry his home state of South Dakota.
It is very possible that Hillary Clinton can carry a general election the state of Arkansas. It will depend on the voters and her backers.
When citizens elect representatives to run a country it is called direct representation. However, when a few officials carry the election, it is known as indirect representation.
What effect did the election of 1866, have on the republicans ability to carry out Reconstruction plan?In: Elections [Edit categories]
It is illegal to own or carry a gun without both a gun owners permit and a carry permit. Washington DC has a fairly restrictive process for approving ownership or carry permits.
Bills from the 1899 series are the only US $2 silver certificates to carry a picture of George Washington. Please see the question "What is the value of an 1899 US 2 dollar silver certificate?" for more information.
He did not carry minesota
38 out of 48
George Washington established the first cabinet by nominating four people to give him advice and help him carry out his policies. They were Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Henry Knox, and Edmund Randolph.
Washington led the country fairly and with an even hand. He also restricted his presidency to two terms to keep from becoming a lifetime ruler like a monarch.
Since California was admitted to the Union in 1850, the only presidential election winners who did not carry the state were... 1880 - James A. Garfield 1884 - Grover Cleveland 1912 - Woodrow Wilson 1960 - John F. Kennedy 1976 - Jimmy Carter 2000 - George W. Bush 2004 - George W. Bush