Who was the democratic vice president candidate in 2004?
Senator John Edwards of South Carolina
George W. Bush won the 2000 presidential election by a close margin against Democratic candidate Vice President Al Gore. Although it was close, the irony one irony in the election was that Vice President Gore did not win in his home state of Tennessee. In 2004, Bush won his second term against Democratic candidate John Kerry.
Is geraldine ferrraro the only women to be vice president of the us on the democratic or replican tickits?
No. The way our voting is set up, a vote for a republican president isautomatically a vote for the republican vice-president. To think of it in another way, we don't even vote for vice-president. We only vote for president and that candidate's choice for vice-president automatically becomes vice-president if that candidate wins the presidential election.
Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd President of the US and his Vice President was Levi Morton. Grover Cleveland, who was President before Harrison, beat him in 1888 to become President again. Cleveland's Vice President for his second term was Adlai Stevenson (grandfather of the later Democratic candidate and UN Ambassador).
As Vice President in 1901, Theodore Roosevelt succeeded William McKinley. He was a candidate for President in 1904, and won re-election. After leaving office in 1909, he was again a candidate in 1912, under the Progressive or "Bull Moose" party, but this split the Republican vote, leading to a victory by the Democratic candidate, Woodrow Wilson.
How Did John Adams Become Vice President What Made The People Want Him As A President And A Vice President?
If you are asking about the United States, in 2008, the Democratic candidate for Vice President was Joseph Biden, and the Republican was Sarah Palin. In 2012, the Democrat was again Mr. Biden, and the Republican was Paul Ryan. Since Barack Obama (Democrat) won both times, Joe Biden will serve his second term as Vice President. (Mr. Biden was a U.S. senator from Delaware prior to being chosen as Barack Obama's vice president.)
There have been no elected women presidents in the US. Until 1920, US women were not even guaranteed the right to vote. Several women have run for the President as the candidate of various minor parties, but none has been nominated for the post by either of the two major political parties. Senator Hillary Clinton made a very strong showing in the 2008 Democratic primaries but eventually lost out to Obama. (Geraldine Ferraro was the…