The fortieth President of the US was Ronald Reagan. He was elected to two terms, 1981-1985 and 1985-1989. Age 69 at his first inaugural, he was the oldest US elected President.
As of 2012, the oldest elected U.S. President was Ronald Reagan, who was 69 years old when he took office.
William Henry Harrison, at 68, holds this distinction.
False, Ronald Reagan was the oldest man to be elected as president.
No- in fact, Reagan was the oldest.
George H.W. Bush was elected after President Ronald Reagan.
Reagan was 69 when elected presedent
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.
False. Ronald Reagan was the oldest person ever elected President. He was inaugurated just 17 days before his 70th birthday in 1981.