Six years; presidents are non-eligible for reelection.
President Harrison favored annexation, but President Cleveland did not.
President Grover Cleveland
Yes but technically he is the 43rd as a president Grover Cleveland was both the 22nd and 24th President. But they counted Cleveland as being two different presidents
When a vice president takes the president's place for whatever reason, the office of the vice president is vaccant until the run for reelection, if they do, and nominate a candidate for V.P.
After President Lincoln's assassination, it was along time before a Democrat became a US President. Grover Cleveland was the first Democrat since US President James Buchanan was President. Grover Cleveland won the election of 1884. Cleveland served as 22nd & later the 24th US President. He lost his bid for reelection in 1888. Cleveland ran again in 1892 and was elected US President again.
Both won reelection in the middle of a war.
Since the Civil War War five Democratic Party presidents were elected two times. They are Cleveland, Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, Clinton and Obama. Andrew Jackson of the pre-war Democrats was also re-elected. Truman and Lyndon Johnson were elected as vice-presidents and became President due to the death of the President. They were later. elected to an additional term as President.
Barack Hussein Obama is the 44th US President, however there have been 43 Presidents as (Stephen) Grover Cleveland is counted as the 22 President and the 24 Presidents
Grover Cleveland was the only one who wife gave birth while he was President.
Cleveland was the only president born in New Jersey.
Eisenhower was the 34th President, so there were 33 before him (though Grover Cleveland was President twice).
22nd US President = Grover Cleveland 24th US President = William McKinley
Some Presidents had more than one Vice-President. Reasons include the death of a VP, or taking a new running-mate when running for reelection.
One thing to note is that Grover Cleveland was the President of the United States twice (not two successive terms). Cleveland served as the 22nd and 24th presidents.
The final category is PresidentsThe clue is He served the shortest amount of time as president before running and winning reelectionThe answer is Who is Lyndon Baines JohnsonFinal Jeopardy Category: PresidentsHe served the shortest amount of time as president before running for & winning reelection to the job.who was L B J or Lyndon Baines JohnsonThe Category was Presidents.The question was something close to this...Who held the office of President the shortest amount of time before winning the election?The Answer: Lyndon Johnson
The designated term of a Confederate president was six years. After that, there was no reelection process. This allowed the Confederate president to not be concerned with the reelection process. It allowed a president to devote a full six years of service without the concern of reelection.
A lot of them.
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The 22nd and 24th Presidents were the same man. Grover Cleveland served as the 22nd President from 1885 to 1889, and he served again as the 24th President from 1893 to 1897. Benjamin Harrison served in the interim as the 23rd President from 1889 to 1893.Grover Cleveland is the only President to have served two non-consecutive terms.
Grover Cleveland was elected twice non-consecutively. Benjamin Harrison was President between Cleveland's terms, making Cleveland both the 22nd and the 24th US President.
The current President of the United States of America is President Barack Obama. ---- As to the question, how many US Presidents have there been, this is a difficult answer to put into words. Of all the U.S. Presidents, one, President Grover Cleveland, served as both the 22nd and the 24th U.S. President. Thus, it may be truthfully stated both that the US has had 44 Presidents, and that the US has had 43 different Presidents. The current U.S. President, Barack Obama, is the 44th President.
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Grover Cleveland was President twice, i.e. two non consecutive terms in office.