Richard Nixon was elected twice for president and vice president and was also the only one to have done that so far in American history.
Sadly enough it is Richard Nixon, who was elected twice as Ike's VP, and then elected twice as president. Go figure...
The president is elected for a four-year term. They can only be elected twice.
Yes! The President of the United States of America can only be elected twice!
Yes. Two 4-year terms only.
Grover Cleveland was elected twice and was the 22nd and 24th President. He is the only President elected twice and the only President to share a name with a Muppet. He is also famous because he was on the $1000 bill.
because somebody made the rule
No one can be elected President more than twice.
only if he/she is still qualified to be President (has not yet been elected President twice)
Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
He is the only president to have been elected for two nonconsecutive terms: 1885 and 1893.
he was elected twice
Franklin D. Roosevelt 1940.
yes, first and only
Twice yeah, thrice nay.
He was elected twice.
A person may be elected U. S. President a maximum of twice, unless he/she served at least two years of a term to which he/she was not elected, then only once.
Who ran for president twice unsuccessfully and became the second man to become president who never was elected to the job.
Abraham Lincoln was elected U. S. President twice.
no, presidents can only be alected twice(8 years) ever since FDR was elected 4 times