I know sixteen u s presidents were governors before they were elected but I can't find out how many vice presidents were governnersbefore
Governors and Presidents have all the things in common except for the fact that the President is the head of the entire Country
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
No, though many presidents were previously governors (including Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush). Many other presidents were senators or vice-presidents.
Hawaii doesn't have presidents and vice presidents; it has governors and lieutenant governors. The current (June, 2012) lieutenant governor of Hawaii is Brian Schatz.
No, pesidents are, but governors cant serve twice in a row.
There have been 42 men who have served as President (there were some people that served in similar roles before the actual Presidency existed). Of those 26 were not governors. 16 were governors.
George H. W. Bush had two sons that were governors of Texas and of Florida. Taft's grandson was governor of Ohio.
Congressmen, senators, legislators, governors, presidents, etc.
Theodore Roosevelt :)
Individual states do not have presidents, they have governors. The governor of Arizona is Jan Brewer.
None is President of Washington State. Sates have Governors, not Presidents.
There were colonial governors, but they all answered to the King of England.
No one. States don't have presidents. They only have governors.
* State Governors * US Presidents * City Mayors
Alaska is a state. They do not have presidents, but do have governors. No US President has been born in Alaska.
States do not have presidents. They have governors. The governor of South Carolina in 2011 is Nikki Haley.
Four governors also became US presidents: Martin van Buren; Grover Cleveland; Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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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.
The political party is made up of presidents, governors and very important people.
US states have governors, not presidents, as the chief executive. (see the related question below)
George W. Bush was the Governor of Texas, Bill Clinton was the Governor of Arkansas, George H.W. Bush was never a Governor, Ronald Reagan was Californis's Governor and Jimmy Carter was the Governor of Georgia.
A number of Presidents were previous governors. Two recent ones have been Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter. Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton
Governors-General, presidents, prime ministers and vice presidents have been Suriname's leaders. Specifically, Suriname was ruled as a Dutch colony from July 31, 1667 until November 25, 1975. As a colony, Suriname was governed by a long series of Governors-General, supplemented by prime ministers in the last twenty-six (26) years preceding independence. As an independent country, Suriname has been led by presidents, supplemented by prime ministers until 1988 and by vice presidents since 1988.
There were 25 US presidents who never served in the Senate.
Canada never had a president.
Four - Martin Van Buren, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt
States do not have Presidents. They have Governors. In 1941 the Governor was Keen Johnson. The President of the United States was Franklin D. Roosevelt.
There have been Spanish Governors, Mexican Governors, US Military Governors, US Territorial Governors and US State Governors, There have been Elected Governors, Appointed Governors, Temporary Governors, Cruel Governors, Corrupt Governors, Republican Governors, Democratic Governors, Famous Governors and Infamous Governors, Good and Bad Governors. The severed head of at least one Governor was once displayed in the Plaza in front of the Palace of the Governors. The long list covering 400 years of leadership in what… Read More
Presidents who were never state governors: George Washington, John Adams, James Madison, John Q. Adams,Andrew Jackson Wm. H. Harrison,Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce,James Buchanan, Abraham Lincoln, U. S. Grant, James Garfield, Chester Arthur, Ben. Harrison, Wm. Howard Taft, Warren Harding, Herbert Hoover, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, George H. W. Bush and Barack Obama.
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.
The monetary policy-making body within the Federal Reserve is the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC). Its voting members are the seven governors of the board of governors and five presidents of the regional banks. The FOMC meets eight times per year.
Four NY governors went on to be President -- Martin Van Buren, Grover Cleveland, Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt, (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.)
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Sixteen US Senators have also served as the President of the United States. James Monroe was the first and Barack Obama is the most recent. Seventeen US Presidents were former State Governors. Fourteen US Presidents were former Vice Presidents.
Illinois has never had a female governor.
A bill, such as the cap and trade carbon bill, has to go through the House and Senate, before ending up on the Governors/Presidents desk, where he can sign it into law or veto it. The House and Senate can overturn a presidents veto with enough votes.
All. Presidents do not pass budgets. Congress does.
5 presidents were never elected by the people
Four US presidents were both state governors and US Senators: James Monroe (VA), Martin Van Buren (NY), John Tyler (VA) and Andrew Johnson (TN) . In addition, Andrew Jackson was a US Senator from TN and was once military governor of Florida . William Henry Harrison was the governor of Indiana Territory and later was elected to the US Senate from Ohio.
Hold a high public office before: Vice-presidents, members of Congress, state governors or top federal executives, army generals.
The word "inauguration" is a formal beginning or introduction. It has come to be synonymous with the legal installation into office of public officials, mainly elected executives such as governors and Presidents.
President Obama President Clinton President George W. Bush President George Washington President George Bush AND ALL THE PRESIDENTS! AND THE GOVERNORS!
States in the United States do not have presidents. They have governors. The current governor of New York is Andrew Cuomo. He took office in January, 2011.
there were never any presidents there were and still are prime ministers and goveners
If you mean presidential elections, never. In fact, political election are never held. Presidents/Vice Presidents and Prime ministers are handpicked.
It is common to continue to address ex-presidents as "president". In that sense the title is lifelong. A similar situation exists for retired generals, governors, judges and senators .
Can former presidents become governors mayors or even part of a high government position for instance part of the supreme court?
There are no laws against a President holding any of these jobs.