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While Arthur was President, his party's nomination for the 1884 presidential election went to former Secretary of State James G. Blaine, who just barely lost to Grover Cleveland. Arthur is one of the five former U.S. Presidents who never won a presidential election.

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Who is the 22nd president of USA?

Chester Alan Arthur was the 21st President of the USChester A. Arthur, 21st President: 1881-1885The 21st president of the US was known as Chester A. Arthur. He served for only one term from 1881 to 1885.


In 1882 who was the president?

This depends on the country/organization. See related questions.US: Chester Alan Arthur.Chester Alan Arthur was the 21st President of the United States from 1881 September 19 to 1885 March 4. Vice President in 1881 from March 4 to December 19, he ascended to the presidency after the assassination of President James Abram Garfield. Due to health problems, Arthur did not seriously run for a second term. He would die a year and a half after his presidency, on 1886 November 18.


Who was the only president whose party did not elect him for another term in the U S?

Franklin Pierce was the only president who was nominated and won for a party that refused to nominate him for a second term. James Buchanan also failed to get a nomination for a second term, but his situation was different in that his party split up over the slavery issue. "Accidental" presidents Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson and Arthur, who were never nominated for the presidency but became president on the death of the president, also failed to be nominated by their parties for a another term.


What did President Johnson decide not to do in 1968?

Run for a second term as President of the United States.


Does the president salary stay the same while in office?

The president's salary can not changed until after the current term expires. However, the salary for the next term can be changed by Congress which means a president can get a different salary for his second term. US Grant found his salary doubled for his second term

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James A. Garfield vice president?

No- he was never VP. He was an 8-term congressman when he was nominated for president.


Last president without a VP?

That would be Lyndon Johnson in his first term. Of course he had a VP in his second term. Chester Arthur was the last one to never have a VP.


Who was the vice president after James Garfield?

Chester Alan Arthur , who was elected vice president, became the 21st President when James Garfield died from an assassin's bullet. Arthur took office on September 20,1881 and served out the term which ended March 4,1885.


Who succeeded Pres Arthur?

Chester A. Arthur, the 21st President of the United States, serving from 1881-1885, was succeeded by Grover Cleveland, who served as the 22nd President of the United States from 1885-1889. Although Cleveland was not elected to a second consecutive term as President, he was elected to a second term of office, serving as the 24th President of the United States from 1893-1897.


Who was the President of the United States before Franklin Pierce?

The U. S. President immediately before Grover Cleveland's first term was Chester A. Arthur (September, 1881 - March, 1885). The President immediately before Cleveland's second term (and immediately after his first) was Benjamin Harrison (March, 1889 - March, 1893).Chester A. Arthur preceded Cleveland's first term, and Benjamin Harrison preceded Cleveland's second term.


What year did chester stop being the president?

Arthur's term expired March 4, 1885.


Did Chester Arthur win a presidential election?

No, he did not. He became president after the assassination of President Garfield, served out that one term and did not run again.


What US Presidents never had a Vice President?

Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, and Arthur were vice-presidents who moved up to President when the president died, leaving the post of vice president vacant. Theodore Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman and Lyndon Johnson all did the same thing, but they were later elected to a second term and so acquired a vice president . There is now a process in place for filling a vacancy in the vice-presidency.


Who is the 22nd president of USA?

Chester Alan Arthur was the 21st President of the USChester A. Arthur, 21st President: 1881-1885The 21st president of the US was known as Chester A. Arthur. He served for only one term from 1881 to 1885.


What age was chester arthur elected president?

Twenty-first President of the United States Chester Alan Arthur became President of the United States on September 19, after the death of James Garfield, who died on that day having been mortally wounded on July 2, 1881. Arthur's term in office ended on March 4, 1885, when he was succeeded by Grover Cleveland.


Did president Chester A Arthur serve more than one term?

No- he finished Garfield's term but that was all. In fact he was not nominated to run for term of his own.


What us President served his entire term without a vice president?

John Tyler,Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, and Chester A Arthur in that order.