There have been 48 Vice Presidents of the United States since the office came into existence in 1 List; 2 Subsequent public office; 3 Notes; 4 See also; 5 References This page was last edited on 11 February , at (UTC). Text is.
40, Gerald Ford, , MI, Vice President from 6 December , President from 9 August Vacant, Aug - Dec , Gerald Ford. 41, Nelson A.
From until , the terms of President and Vice President and the term of the Congress coincided, beginning on March 4 and ending on March 3.
Elana Schor picks best and worst presidential running mates in US history. At best, aspiring vice presidents flatter the candidate's strengths and lend extra panache. However, the wrong choice can 3) Theodore Roosevelt.
Illustrations from the holdings of the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division on the subject of U.S. Presidents, First Ladies, and Vice Presidents.
Listing of Presidents in order and their terms in office. 2. John Adams, March 4, , March 4, 3. Thomas Jefferson, March 4, , March 4, 4.
Fourteen of the former vice presidents became president of the United States— more . Senate, but shall have no Vote, unless they be evenly divided (Article I, section 3). .. Since he lacked previous legislative experience, he had the Senate.
It is exclusively concentrated on which vice-presidents were most influential in This was the last straw for Roosevelt, and he dropped Wallace from the to hold the office without being elected president or Vice President. 3.
Search for your Regional Vice President by typing in the name of the state in which you live. If you live NEHA Region 3 Vice-President Rachelle Blackham.