Andrew Johnson was Lincoln's second vice-president during the
Civil War. Hannibal Hamlin, from Maine, was the first.
Hannibal Hamlin during Lincoln's 1st term, and Andrew Johnson during his 2nd.
Whoever got the most votes was president, and 2nd place became vice president.
John Adams who was later 2nd president
vice president If talking about a country's 2nd in command then it is: Vice President of the United States If talking in general then: vice president
Adlai Stevenson I, during Grover Cleveland's 2nd term.
He was the 2nd president of the United States. He was also the 1st vice president and important during the revolutionary war.
No, Thomas Jefferson was the 2nd Vice President and 3rd President
Thomas Jefferson was the Vice President under John Adams the 2nd President of the United States from 1797 to 1801. Yes under Adams the 2nd president
George Washington was not the Vice President; he was the President of the United States. His Vice President was John Adams, later 2nd President of the United States.
He was a farmer then a lawyer then an activist and vice-president.
Washington's vice president was John Adams who was then elected to be the 2nd president of the US
The 2nd president of the United States was Thomas Jefferson. He went on to become to the 3rd president of the U.S.
2nd in line for the president and president of the Senate
The vice-president becomes president if the president dies in office.
Thomas Jefferson was the second US vice president under President John Adams from 1797-1801.