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Richard M. Nixon 1953-1961
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceCalifornia
V P Term36

Thomas R. Marshall 1913–1921
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceIndiana
V P Term28

J. Danforth Quayle 1989–1993
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceIndiana
V P Term44

Henry A. Wallace 1941–1945
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceIowa
V P Term33

Charles Curtis 1929–1933
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceKansas
V P Term31

Richard M. Johnson 1837–1841
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceKentucky
V P Term9

John C. Breckinridge 1857–1861
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceKentucky
V P Term14

Adlai E. Stevenson 1893–1897
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceKentucky
V P Term23

Alben W. Barkley 1949–1953
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceKentucky
V P Term35

Hannibal Hamlin 1861–1865
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceMaine
V P Term15

Nelson A. Rockefeller 1974–1977
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceMaine
V P Term41

Spiro T. Agnew 1969–1973
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceMaryland
V P Term39

John Adams 1789–1797
Political PartyFederalist
Birth PlaceMassachusetts
V P Term1

Elbridge Gerry 1813–1814
Political PartyDemocratic-Republican
Birth PlaceMassachusetts
V P Term5

George Bush 1981–1989
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceMassachusetts
V P Term43

Walter F. Mondale 1977–1981
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceMinnesota
V P Term42

Harry S. Truman 1945
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceMissouri
V P Term34

Gerald R. Ford 1973–1974
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNebraska
V P Term40

Richard B. Cheney 2001–2009
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNebraska
V P Term46

Henry Wilson 1873–1875
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNew Hampshire
V P Term18

Aaron Burr 1801–1805
Political PartyDemocratic-Republican
Birth PlaceNew Jersey
V P Term3

Garrett A. Hobart 1897–1899
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNew Jersey
V P Term24

George Clinton 1805–1812
Political PartyDemocratic-Republican
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term4

Daniel D. Tompkins 1817–1825
Political PartyDemocratic-Republican
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term6

Martin Van Buren 1833–1837
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term8

Millard Fillmore 1849–1850
Political PartyWhig
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term12

Schuyler Colfax 1869–1873
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term17

William A. Wheeler 1877–1881
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term19

Theodore Roosevelt 1901
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term25

James S. Sherman 1909–1912
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceNew York
V P Term27

William R. King 1853
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceNorth Carolina
V P Term13

Andrew Johnson 1865
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceNorth Carolina
V P Term16

Thomas A. Hendricks 1885
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceOhio
V P Term21

Charles W. Fairbanks 1905–1909
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceOhio
V P Term26

Charles G. Dawes 1925–1929
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceOhio
V P Term30

George M. Dallas 1845–1849
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlacePennsylvania
V P Term11

Joseph Biden 2009–Present
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlacePennsylvania
V P Term47

John C. Calhoun1825–1832
Political PartyDemocratic-Republican
Birth PlaceSouth Carolina
V P Term7

Hubert H. Humphrey 1965–1969
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceSouth Dakota
V P Term38

John N. Garner 1933–1941
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceTexas
V P Term32

Lyndon B. Johnson 1961–1963
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceTexas
V P Term37

Chester A. Arthur 1881
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceVermont
V P Term20

Levi P. Morton 1889–1893
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceVermont
V P Term22

Calvin Coolidge 1921–1923
Political PartyRepublican
Birth PlaceVermont
V P Term29

Thomas Jefferson 1797–1801
Political PartyDemocratic-Republican
Birth PlaceVirginia
V P Term2

John Tyler 1841
Political PartyWhig
Birth PlaceVirginia
V P Term10

Albert A. Gore, Jr. 1993–2001
Political PartyDemocratic
Birth PlaceWashington, D.C.
V P Term45

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US Vice Presidents have a significant role to play in the functioning of national political affairs. To produce better results, the US Vice-President mostly works together with the President of United States.

The post of American Vice-President has considerable importance in the political realm. Till date, the American Federation had 48th Vice Presidents, among whom only 14 went on to become presidents. There are high chances for all US Vice Presidents to become the President of the country. In fact, they are the most potential candidates contesting for the position of President in America.

Most Vice Presidents of the US were popular Senators in their times, who continued to serve the country even after completion of their Vice Presidential tenures. Owing to the extensive experiences they gather, they are considered as some of the most veteran leaders on the American mainland, even advising and guiding the President on sensitive national and international issues.

Vice-President Term
The Vice-President of the United States is elected for a period of four years. Just like the President, the Vice-President can hold office for a maximum of two terms. The United States has had three consecutive vice presidents to be elected to two terms. These include - Al Gore (1992, 1996), Dick Cheney (2000, 2004), and Joe Biden (2008, 2012). The first two consecutive vie presidents to serve two full terms include Al Gore (1993–2001) and Dick Cheney (2001–2009).

Election of the Vice President
  • The Vice-President of the United States is elected by the Electoral College.
  • During conventions, which are held after the completion of the primaries and caucuses, the political parties select a nominee to unite behind. During this time, a running mate is announced by the Presidential nominee.
  • On Election Day, which is held in November, people vote for the electors, who, in turn, elect the President and the Vice-President of the country.
  • The President and the Vice-President are elected by the Electoral College and to win the election, a candidate must win a majority of the electoral votes.
  • The elector’s meeting is held on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December after the presidential election.
  • The electors cast their vote for both the President and the vice president on separate ballots in their respective states.
  • In case no candidate is able to secure the majority, the House of Representatives will choose the President and the Senate will choose the Vice-President.

Who is the Vice President of the United States?
Mike Pence, the 48th Vice President of the United States. He previously served as the 50th Governor of Indiana state from 2013 to 2017.

VP TermImageVice President NameVice-Presidential PeriodPolitical PartyState of Birth
48th Mike Pence2017 – IncumbentRepublicanIndiana
47thJoseph Biden Joseph Biden2009–2017DemocraticPennsylvania
46thDick CheneyDick Cheney2001–2009RepublicanNebraska
45thAl GoreAl Gore1993–2001DemocraticWashington, D.C.
44thDan QuayleDan Quayle1989–1993RepublicanIndiana
43rdGeorge BushGeorge Bush1981–1989RepublicanMassachusetts
42ndWalter MondaleWalter Mondale1977–1981DemocraticMinnesota
41stNelson RockefellerNelson Rockefeller1974–1977RepublicanMaine
40thGerald FordGerald Ford1973–1974RepublicanNebraska
39thSpiro AgnewSpiro Agnew1969–1973RepublicanMaryland
38thHubert HumphreyHubert Humphrey1965–1969DemocraticSouth Dakota
37thLyndon B JohnsonLyndon B Johnson1961–1963DemocraticTexas
36thRichard NixonRichard Nixon1953-1961RepublicanCalifornia
35thAlben BarkleyAlben Barkley1949–1953DemocraticKentucky
34thHarry S TrumanHarry S Truman1945DemocraticMissouri
33rdHenry A WallaceHenry A Wallace1941–1945DemocraticIowa
32ndJohn Nance GarnerJohn Nance Garner1933–1941DemocraticTexas
31stCharles CurtisCharles Curtis1929–1933RepublicanKansas
30thCharles DawesCharles Dawes1925–1929RepublicanOhio
29thCalvin CoolidgeCalvin Coolidge1921–1923RepublicanVermont
28thThomas R MarshallThomas R Marshall1913–1921DemocraticIndiana
27thJames S ShermanJames S Sherman1909–1912RepublicanNew York
26thCharles FairbanksCharles Fairbanks1905–1909RepublicanOhio
25thTheodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt1901RepublicanNew York
25thMckinley WilliamMckinley William1897–1901RepublicanOhio
24thGarret HobartGarret Hobart1897–1899RepublicanNew Jersey
23rdAdlai E StevensonAdlai E Stevenson1893–1897DemocraticKentucky
22ndLevi P MortonLevi P Morton1889–1893RepublicanVermont
21stThomas HendricksThomas Hendricks1885DemocraticOhio
20thChester ArthurChester Arthur1881RepublicanVermont
19thWilliam WheelerWilliam Wheeler1877–1881RepublicanNew York
18thHenry WilsonHenry Wilson1873–1875RepublicanNew Hampshire
17thSchuyler ColfaxSchuyler Colfax1869–1873RepublicanNew York
16thAndrew JohnsonAndrew Johnson1865DemocraticNorth Carolina
15thHannibal HamlinHannibal Hamlin1861–1865RepublicanMaine
14thJohn C BreckinridgeJohn C Breckinridge1857–1861DemocraticKentucky
13thWilliam KingWilliam King1853DemocraticNorth Carolina
12thMillard FillmoreMillard Fillmore1849–1850WhigNew York
11thGeorge M DallasGeorge M Dallas1845–1849DemocraticPennsylvania
10thJohn TylerJohn Tyler1841WhigVirginia
9thRichard M JohnsonRichard M Johnson1837–1841DemocraticKentucky
8thMartin Van BurenMartin Van Buren1833–1837DemocraticNew York
7thJohn C CalhounJohn C Calhoun1825–1832Democratic-RepublicanSouth Carolina
6thDaniel D TompkinsDaniel D Tompkins1817–1825Democratic-RepublicanNew York
5thElbridge GerryElbridge Gerry1813–1814Democratic-RepublicanMassachusetts
4thGeorge ClintonGeorge Clinton1805–1812Democratic-RepublicanNew York
3rdAaron BurrAaron Burr1801–1805Democratic-RepublicanNew Jersey
2ndThomas JeffersonThomas Jefferson1797–1801Democratic-RepublicanVirginia
1stJohn AdamsJohn Adams1789–1797FederalistMassachusetts

Last Updated Date: March 10, 2017



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