Which two presidents never gave a State of the Union Address?
James Garfield and William Henry Harrison
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Two presidents never lived long enough to give a State of the Union or annual message: they were William Henry Harrison and James Garfield. Harrison died in 1841, after only 32 days in office; and Garfield died in 1881, after only 199 days.
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Five presidents never gave an address: Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Arthur, and Ford
No, the State of Wisconsin had never secededfrom the Union.
The state that was the home state of the most US Presidents, eight of them, is Virginia. In fact, although it shared first place with Massachussets for four years, Virginia was never not in first place as the home state of the most Presidents. Four of the first five Presidents, Washington, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe, were from there.
The Union never considered any state as seceded from the Union. Therefore, since the United States never ceased to exist it never left !!
Indiana became a US state in 1816 and was the 19th state to join the USA. It was a Union state, and never joined the Confederacy. The state capital is Indianapolis.
The state of Kentucky never officially seceded from the Union. The state tried to remain neutral but asked for help from the Union when Confederate troops began taking over cities in the state.
Scotland has never had a president. Before Scotland went into a union with England in 1707 it was a kingdom ruled by monarchs.
The state of Franklin.
Michigan never seceeded; it was a Union state
A state cannot leave the Union without being granted permission from the federal government. Some states have tried but it has never been done.
That hasn't happened and it is possible that it will never happen.
Personal examples, like Joe the Plumber, are often brought up to make an issue more real in the minds of Congress. People who are suffering because a certain law does or does not exist will often be invited to sit in the gallery at a State of the Union address, where they are pointed out as living examples in support of the President's agenda. Some Presidents, like Richard Nixon, would directly address the public via… Read More
All Presidents are elected by the Electoral Colleges in each State, not by popular (by the people) votes. When you go to the voting booth, you are actually voting for electors in your State. The electors in each State decide who the entire State will vote for the office of President. The exception was President Gerald Ford . . . but he was never elected.
There were 25 US presidents who never served in the Senate.
THE last state admitted to the United States wasn't Hawaii or Alaksa. It was Ohio. When, in 1809, Ohio legislators were preparing to sign the documents of incorporation, there was a fire in the statehouse. By the time the confusion was settled, it was forgotten that the documents were never signed. Although several U.S. presidents were born there, and although the state seal proudly proclaims its incorporation date as 1809, the state of Ohio was… Read More
Washington, D.C. is not a state and therefore never "entered the union". The city was established by Congress on July 16, 1790.
Canada never had a president.
There were two. Austin, TX and Tallahassee, FL
Both Presidents Lincoln and Johnson did not view the US Civil War as an armed conflict between separate nations. For them the war was a rebellion and therefore the Union itself never was split apart, simply "strained".
Kansas was a "free" state, therefore it never had slavery. It entered the Union as a "free" state on January 29, 1861.
Presidents were never elected by popular vote. They have always be elected by the electors from each state who cast their electoral votes. What has changed is the way that the electors are selected. Nowadays they are chosen by popular vote, but at first the state legislatures would choose them.
Which state had its own constitution and governor from 1783 to 1788 but was never admitted to the union and is now part of Tennessee?
Bulgaria was never an official satellite state. Indeed, it was a communist state after WWII and was a supporter of the Soviet union until 1990.
New Jersey was one of the thirteen original colonies. It was never admitted. It just became a state after the Revolutionary War.
None. No- not as yet. Florida is the most populous state to never supply a President nor a major party candidate.
Four of the first five U.S. Presidents, Washington, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe, were from Virginia, and there has never been a time from George Washington's first inauguration until now when Virginia was not the home state of the most U.S. presidents, although it was tied with Massachusetts during the presidency of John Adams.
No Mexico was never part of the Union, Texas which gained independence from Mexico was a slave state and got annexed in the US together with a free state to create equality in congress.
When the state: 1. Freed all of it's slaves. and 2. Agreed to never allow slavery again.
5 presidents were never elected by the people
All. Presidents do not pass budgets. Congress does.
Delaware remained loyal to the Union. Maryland might have seceded had Lincoln not placed Federal troops around the state legislature, but the state remained in the Union. Kentucky did not secede but could not entirely be said to be loyal to the Union. It was officially neutral. About twice as many regiments from Kentucky joined the Confederacy as joined the Union, but it is likely that some Kentucky men joined with regiments from other states… Read More
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.
Some would argue that because it is a Commonwealth it has never been a state. In any case it did not become a state or a Commonwealth in 1860 because it joined the Union on 1 June 1792.
It entered the Union as a free state - after a well-meant attempt to let the people of each new state vote on the slavery issue. The Kansas polling was interrupted by terrorists from both sides, and the experience showed that the slavery question would never be resolved without bloodshed.
Legally, the state of Texas is the only state that has the right to seceede from the Union, because their statehood was an annexation in 1845 and they were admitted like a country joining another one. But this will never happen, because that would cause a national war if Texas left the Union.
This address will never be forgotten is the right way to say it.
Maine was never a colony. It was part of Massachusetts and then of the state of Massachusetts until 1820, when it was admitted to the Union.
Because he said he could never draw his sword against his home-state of Virginia.
Almost all of them
Technically, never. There really is no federal holiday called Presidents' Day. Presidents' Day was largely created by commercial retail stores. The actual legal name of the federal holiday is Washington's Birthday. Many people mistakenly believe it was changed to Presidents' Day in 1968 by the Uniform Monday Holidays Act which went into effect in 1971, but that actually is not correct. Some states have a state holiday called "Presidents' Day", but most do not. Those… Read More
South Carolina was the first state to announce secession from Union in December, 1860, upon Abraham Lincoln's election to the office of president of USA. South Carolina never joined Union voluntarily, in fact General Sherman invaded South Carolina in 1865.His forces captured state capital Columbia in February, 1865.
The last general election was held 2008 march 22nd. But political elections are never held, the presidents are hand picked! the president of china at them moment, 2010 is HU jinato. never. In fact, political election are never held. Presidents/Vice Presidents and Prime ministers are handpicked.
State Laws vary, but either to honor Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays or the honor all past presidents, depending on what state you are in. Interestingly, the only Federal Holiday is still called "Washington's Birthday." Washington's birthday on February 22 had been a federal holiday for many years. Lincoln's birthday was February 12 and some states later began celebrating Lincoln's birthday. In 1968 there was an attempt in Congress to merge Lincoln's and Washington's birthdays into… Read More
Romania was never part of the Soviet Union, although a communist party ruled the state until 1989. However, Romania had signed the Warsaw Pact, which became void in 1991.
Kentucky never officially seceded from the Union, but in 1863 Bowling Green, Kentucky was the unofficial Capital of "Confederate Kentucky"
Some countries that are now in the European Union were part of the Soviet Union. Most countries in the European Union were never in the Soviet Union and most former Soviet Union countries are not in the European Union.