Who were the first 3 vice presidents?
Presidents & VPs / Sessions of Congress
|1.||George Washington||John Adams|
|2.||John Adams||Thomas Jefferson|
|3.||Thomas Jefferson||Aaron Burr|
|Thomas Jefferson||George Clinton|
How many US presidents were vice presidents first?
15 presidents previously served as vice president. All except Richard Nixon and Joe Biden were vice presidents immediately before becoming president; 9 of the 15 succeeded to the presidency because of the death or resignation of the elected president; 5 of those 9 were not later elected.
Why did Abraham Lincoln have two vice presidents?
Abraham Lincoln had two vice presidents because he was elected to two terms of office.
Who was the third US President?
Thomas Jefferson, a spokesman for democracy, was an American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence (1776), and the third President of the United States (1801–1809).
Which President served as both vice president and President?
|Vice President||President served under||Year(s) served|
|Richard Nixon||Dwight D. Eisenhower||1953–1961|
|Lyndon B. Johnson||John F. Kennedy||1961–1963|
|Gerald Ford||Richard Nixon||1973–1974|
|George H. W. Bush||Ronald Reagan||1981–1989|
Was Ronald Reagan ever a vice president?
George H. W. BushRonald Reagan / Vice president (1981–1989)
Was Nixon VP?
Richard Nixon/Vice presidents
Who was Jefferson’s vice president?
Thomas Jefferson/Vice presidents