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Who was the 2nd youngest person ever to be elected US President?


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Answered 2007-12-31 12:29:57

Theodore Roosevelt - Age 46 years 11 days 0n Nov 8, 1904 Next youngest was Bill Clinton - Age 46 years 77 days on Nov 3, 1992.

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Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president ever to be elected. He was elected at the age of 42.


John F. Kennedy was the youngest person ever elected to the presidency of the US.


No. Kennedy was elected at 43, however Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president, at 42, when he assumed the office after McKinley's assassination.Barack H. Obama was 46 years old, in 2008, when he was elected president.John F. Kennedy aged 43, and he is the youngest-ever elected president inHowever, Theodore Roosevelt is the youngest person to ever become president.He was 42 when he succeeded to the presidency, following the assassination of McKinley.


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Just the opposite. At the time, he was the oldest president ever elected.


He was 42 when he was elected as president....The youngest president to ever be elected back then!


Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest at age 42, however John F Kennedy was the youngest elected president, being 43.President John F Kennedy was elected to the presidency when he was 43, making him our youngest president.Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest President when he succeeded William McKinley at 42 in 1901.John F. Kennedy was the youngest elected President, inaugurated at the age of 43 in 1961.The youngest American to become President was Theodore Roosevelt. He became President at the age of 42 due to the assassination of his President, Wm. Mckinley.John Kennedy was the youngest person to be elected to the presidency-- he was 43 when he took office.Theodore Roosevelt, was the youngest president ever. He assumed office on September 14,1901, at the age of 42, following the assassination of William McKinley but he had been elected as the vice-president, not as the president.John F. Kennedy at 43 years of age was the youngest person to actually run for president and be elected as president.Theodore (Teddy) Rosevelt at the age of 42. He was elected in 1901-1909.Theodore Roosevelt, at the age of 42, was the "youngest person to become a U.S. President". He became President when McKinley was assassinated.John F. Kennedy, at the age of 43, was the youngest person to be elected U.S. President.


As of 2017, the youngest elected president was John F. Kennedy at 43, and the oldest was Donald Trump at 70.


No, the exact opposite is true. At the time of his inauguration Ronald Reagan was two weeks from his 70th birthday, making him the oldest person ever elected president.John F. Kennedy was the youngest person ever elected president. He was approximately 43½ years old when inaugurated.Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest person ever inaugurated; he was a bit less than 43 years old when he ascended to the presidency following William McKinley's death.


John F. Kennedy was the youngest ELECTED president. Theodore Roosevelt was younger than Kennedy when he took office, but he ascended to the presidency after the assassination of William McKinley.


John F. Kennedy was the second youngest president ever at 43. He was the youngest to be elected but the youngest president ever was Theodore Roosevelt who assumed office after the assassination of William McKinley.


Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest person o run for the president


John F. Kennedy was the youngest president of U.S ever elected. He was 43 years old when he was elected in 1961.


Just the opposite. At the time, he was the oldest ever president.


No, he was actually the oldest man elected as president, being elected at the age of 69. John F. Kennedy is the youngest man elected as president, being elected at the age of 43.


No, he was not. Theodore Roosevelt was 42 when he became president in 1901: he was the vice president at that time, but was elevated to president after William McKinley was assassinated. The youngest person ever elected to the presidency was John F. Kennedy, who was inaugurated when he was 43 years old. Barack Obama was in the top 5 of youngest presidents-- he was 47 when he was elected.


John Kennedy was the youngest person elected president. He was something of a speed-reader- I am not sure how much he comprehended or if he read technical writing.


John F. Kennedy was the youngest president ever elected (43 years 236 days old).However, Theodore Roosevelt became vice president at a younger age (42 years 322 days old) and became president after McKinley's assassination and was technically a younger president than JFK.


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Yes, John Kennedy was 43 years old when he was elected President.He was not the youngest President though, Teddy Roosevelt was 42 when he became President on the death of William McKinley. However Roosevelt was elected to be Vice President, not President.


False. Ronald Reagan was the oldest person ever elected President. He was inaugurated just 17 days before his 70th birthday in 1981.


John Kennedy was the youngest to be elected. Teddy Roosevelt was younger when he took office but he took office because the President was killed.



Um... no. The youngest president was Theodore Roosevelt (42) although he took office because he was the vice president of William McKinley, who was assassinated. The youngest president ever to be ELECTED was John F. Kennedy (43).


False, Ronald Reagan was the oldest man to be elected as president.



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