(Stephen) Grover Cleavland. As an incumbant president, he lost the 1888 election to Benjamin Harrison, but defeated Harrison in the 1892 election.
About 4 years
No. In the US, an election comes months before a President is sworn in at his inauguration.
You can be president when there is an election. you should be maybe in your thirtys before you run.
no You can register before you turn 18 if you will be 18 by the next Election Day.
Franklin Pierce was president in 1856, but James Buchanan won the election of 1856 and was the president before Lincoln.
He/she can be impeached
they can be impeached
Barack Obama was the junior U.S. senator from Illinois before he ran for president in the 2008 election.
They serve as Acting President andvice President during the interim period till the time of another election being held.
James Buchanan, the 15th President of the U.S., was the president before the American Civil War. Abraham Lincoln was president during the war.
ANSWER Before his election to President he was Lieutenant General and from March 1864 Chief of Staff of the Union Army.
Sargent Shriver was never the US vice president, although he was the US vice president nominee for the Democrat party in the 1972 election on the same ticket as McGovern. Gerald Ford was the Vice President under Nixon before the 1972 election.
The President stays in office until the end of his term, regardless if a war starts between the election and inauguration.
The change was due to the ratification of the 12th amendment which was prompted by the election of 1800 in which Jefferson and his running mate Burr tied in electoral votes due to the way the election was conducted. Before the amendment, every elector had two votes for President and the second place finisher was elected vice-president. After the amendment, there were two separate electoral college ballots in which each elector has only one vote. The first election is for President and the second for vice-president.
The president elect is not actually the president until noon of January 20 of the year following his election. Until then the incumbent president retains his full powers as president even if he has been voted out of another term.
James Sherman in 1912
Before his election in 1860 as the first Republican president, Lincoln had been a lawyer, an Illinois state legislator, a member of the United States House of Representatives, and twice an unsuccessful candidate for election to the Senate.
He must be living in the US for at least 14 years before the election
The attacks of 9/11 took place in 2001, years before the Obama's election.
Wilson was governor of New Jersey when he was elected president.
The vice president takes over until the next election.