United States Vice Presidents

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Pres# President Vice PresidentVP#
 1 Washington John Adams (1789-97)  1
 2 John Adams Thomas Jefferson (1797-1801)  2
 3 Jefferson Aaron Burr (1801-05)  3
   George Clinton (1805-09)  4
 4 Madison George Clinton (1809-12)  4
   Clinton died 04/20/1812 VP Office Vacant ***
   Elbridge Gerry (1813-14)  5
   Gerry died 11/23/1814 VP Office Vacant ***
 5 Monroe Daniel D. Tompkins (1817-1825)  6
 6 J Q Adams John C. Calhoun (1825-29)  7
 7 Jackson John C. Calhoun1 (1829-1832)  7
   Calhoun resigned 12/28/1832 VP Office Vacant ***
   Martin Van Buren (1833-1837)  8
 8 Van Buren Richard M. Johnson (1837-41)  9
 9 W Harrison John Tyler (1841)  10
 10 Tyler Tyler became President VP Office Vacant  ***
 11 Polk George M. Dallas (1845-1849)  11
 12 Taylor Millard Fillmore (1849-50)  12
 13 Fillmore Fillmore became President VP Office Vacant ***
 14 Pierce William R. King (1853-57)  13
   King died 04/18/1853 VP Office Vacant ***
 15 Buchanan John C. Breckinridge (1857-61)  14
 16 Lincoln Hannibal Hamlin (1861-65)  15
   Andrew Johnson (1865)  16
 17 Johnson Johnson became President VP Office Vacant  ***
 18 Grant Schuyler Colfax (1869-73)  17
   Henry Wilson (1873-75)  18
   Wilson died 11/22/1875 VP Office Vacant ***
 19 Hayes William A. Wheeler (1877-1881)  19
 20 Garfield Chester A. Arthur (1881)  20
 21 Arthur Arthur became President VP Office Vacant  ***
 22 Cleveland Thomas A. Hendricks (1885-89)  21
   Hendricks died 11/25/1885 VP Office Vacant ***
 23 B Harrison Levi P. Morton (1889-93)  22
 24 Cleveland Adlai E. Stevenson (1893-97)  23
 25 McKinley Garret A. Hobart (1897-died 11/21/1899)  24
   Hobart died 11/21/1899 VP Office Vacant ***
   Theodore Roosevelt (1901)  25
 26 T Roosevelt Roosevelt became President VP Office Vacant  ***
 26 T Roosevelt Charles Warren Fairbanks (1905-09)  26
 27 Taft James S. Sherman (1909-12)  27
   Sherman died 10/30/1912 VP Office Vacant ***
 28 Wilson Thomas R. Marshall (1913-1921)  28
 29 Harding Calvin Coolidge (1921-23)  29
 30 Coolidge Coolidge became President VP Office Vacant  ***
 30 Coolidge Charles G. Dawes (1925-29)  30
 31 Hoover Charles Curtis (1929-33)  31
 32 F Roosevelt John N. Garner (1933-41)  32
   Henry A. Wallace (1941-45)  33
   Harry S. Truman (1945)  34
 33 Truman Truman became President VP Office Vacant  ***
 33 Truman Alben W. Barkley (1949-53)  35
 34 Eisenhower Richard M. Nixon (1953-61)  36
 35 Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson (1961-63)  37
 36 L Johnson Johnson became President VP Office Vacant  ***
 36 L Johnson Hubert H. Humphrey (1965-69)  38
 37 Nixon Spiro T. Agnew2 (1969-73)  39
   Agnew resigned 10/10/1973 VP Office Vacant ***
   Gerald R. Ford (12/06/1973-08/09/1974)  40
 38 Ford Ford becomes President VP Office Vacant ***
 38 Ford Nelson A. Rockefeller (1974-77)  41
 39 Carter, Jr. Walter F. Mondale (1977-81)  42
 40 Reagan George Bush (1981-89)  43
 41 Bush J. Danforth Quayle (1989-93)  44
 42 Clinton Albert Gore, Jr. (1993-2001)  45
 43 Bush, GW Richard Cheney (2001-2009)  46
 44 Obama Joseph Biden (2009- )  47
 45 Trump Michael Pence(2017- )  48

Two people, George Clinton and John C. Calhoun, served as Vice President for two different presidents.

John C. Calhoun and Spiro Agnew were the only two United States Vice Presidents to resign from office.

1 John Calhoun, with only 3 months remaining in his Vice Presidential term, resigned to become a US Senator.

2 Unlike Calhoun, Spiro Agnew resigned because of criminal charges and still had 3 years remaining in his Vice Presidential term.



US Constitutional Amendments
 # Description Ratified
 1 Freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition. 
 2 Right to keep and bear arms.  
 3 No quartering of soldiers. 
 4 Restriction of search and seizure. 
 5 No double jeopardy, self-incrimination or seizure of private property. 
 6 Right to speedy trial, witnesses & counsel. 
 7 Right to Trial by jury.  
 8 No excessive bails, fines, or cruel and unusual punishment. 
 9 There are additional rights to which citizens are entitled which are not mentioned in the Constitution. 
 10 States & the people have rights. 
 11 Citizens of 1 state can't sue another state. 1798
 12 Electors choose Pres & VP. 1804
 13 Slavery abolished. 1865
 14 All US citizens cannot have their rights abridged. 1868
 15 Voting rights not barred by race, etc. 1870
 16 Income tax. 1913
 17 US Senators elected by popular vote. 1916
 18 Alcohol prohibition. 1919
 19 Women gain right to vote. 1920
 20 Terms Begin - Pres & VP 1/20 Reps 1/3. 1933
 21 Prohibition repealed (amendment # 18) 1933
 22 2 term limit for President. 1951
 23 District of Columbia Gets Pres Vote. 1961
 24 Poll taxes illegal. 1964
 25 Presidential succession - Vice President; Pres Pro Tempore of Senate; Speaker of the House. 1967
 26 Right to vote - 18 years of age. 1971
 27 Rules for Congressional Pay Raises 1992

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