Vice Presidents of the United States in Order

The Vice Presidents of the United States in Order
There have been a total of forty-seven Vice Presidents of the United States of America. Fourteen Vice Presidents who have become Presidents of the United States. There have been forty-four presidential administrations but only 43 Presidents. Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms so appears twice on the following list as the 22nd and 24th US President. Where is the Vice President's Residence? The house, or mansion of the Vice Presidents is located at Number One Observatory Circle, on the grounds of the US Naval Observatory at 34th Street and Massachusetts Avenue Washington, DC

List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order
This article contains important dates and information about the Vice Presidents of the United States in Order, together with the presidencies and dates that each of the Vice Presidents served.  The List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order also provides details of the political parties they supported and their dates and terms in office. We have also provided the names of those who served as Secretary of State during each of the presidencies.

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List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order
This helpful list of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order is a great resource for dates and facts for kids that can be used when completing school or college projects and homework. The list of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order are presented in date order detailing their political parties and their terms in office.

List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order
The list of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order, together with the names of those who served as Secretary of State are as follows:

List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order

 Presidents of the United States in Order
and Political Party -

Presidents -

Vice Presidents of the
United States in Order -

Secretary of State
 of the United States in Order -

1. George Washington
(Independent)
-

George Washington

John Adams (1789-97) -

John Jay (1789-90)
Thomas Jefferson (1790-93)
Edmund Randolph (1794-95)
Timothy Pickering (1795-97)

2. John Adams
(Federalist)
-

John Adams

Thomas Jefferson (1797-1801) -

Timothy Pickering (1797-1800)
John Marshall (1800-01)

3. Thomas Jefferson
(Democratic-Republican)
-

Thomas Jefferson

Aaron Burr (1801-05)
George Clinton (1805-09) -

James Madison (1801-1809)

4. James Madison
(Democratic-Republican)
-

James Madison

George Clinton (1809-12)
Elbridge Gerry (1813-14) -

Robert Smith (1809-11)
James Monroe (1811-17)

5. James Monroe
(Democratic-Republican)
-

James Monroe

Daniel Tompkins (1817-25) -

John Quincy Adams (1817-25)

6. John Quincy Adams
(Democratic-Republican)
-

John Quincy Adams

John C. Calhoun (1825-29) -

Henry Clay (1825-29)

7. Andrew Jackson
(Democrat)
-

Andrew Jackson

John C. Calhoun (1829-32)
Martin Van Buren (1833-37) -

Martin Van Buren (1829-31)
Edward Livingston (1831-33)
Louis McLane (1833-34)
John Forsyth (1834-37)

8. Martin Van Buren
(Democrat)
-

Martin Van Buren

Richard M. Johnson (1837-41) -

John Forsyth (1837-41)

9. William Harrison
(Whig)
-

William Harrison

John Tyler (1841) -

Daniel Webster (1841)

10. John Tyler
(Whig)
-

John Tyler

None -

Daniel Webster (1841-43)
Abel P. Upshur (1843-44)
John C. Calhoun (1844-45)

11. James K. Polk
(Democrat)
-

James Knox Polk

George M. Dallas (1845-49) -

James Buchanan (1845-49)

12. Zachary Taylor
(Whig)
-

Zachary Taylor

Millard Fillmore (1849-50) -

John M. Clayton (1849-50)

13. Millard Fillmore
(Whig)
-

Millard Fillmore

None -

John M. Clayton (1850)
Daniel Webster (1850-52)
Edward Everett (1852-53)

14. Franklin Pierce
(Democrat)
-

Franklin Pierce

William R. King (1853-57) -

William L. Marcy (1853-57)

15. James Buchanan
(Democrat)
-

James Buchanan

John C. Breckinridge (1857-61) -

Lewis Cass (1857-60)
Jeremiah S. Black (1860-61)

16. Abraham Lincoln
(Republican / National Union)
-

Abraham Lincoln

Hannibal Hamlin (1861-65)
Andrew Johnson (1865) -

William H. Seward (1861-65)

17. Andrew Johnson
(Democratic / National Union)
-

Andrew Johnson

None -

William H. Seward (1865-69)

18. Ulysses Grant
(Republican)
-

Schuyler Colfax (1869-73)
 Henry Wilson (1873-75) -

Elihu B. Washburne (1869)
 Hamilton Fish (1869-77)

19. Rutherford Hayes
(Republican)
-

Rutherford Hayes

William A. Wheeler (1877-81) -

William M. Evarts (1877-81)

20. James Garfield
(Republican)
-

James Garfield

Chester A. Arthur (1881) -

James G. Blaine (1881)

21. Chester Arthur
(Republican)
-

Chester Arthur

None -

James G. Blaine (1881)
Frederick T. Frelinghuysen (1881-85)

22. Grover Cleveland
(Democrat)
-

Grover Cleveland

Thomas A. Hendricks (1885-89) -

Thomas F. Bayard (1885-89)

List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order

List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order
The above list of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order contain the names of all the Vice Presidents of the United States, the presidencies they served under, their terms and dates in office and their political parties. Additional facts and information about the Vice Presidents of the United States in Order are detailed below.

Vice Presidents of the United States in Order
The following  list of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order contain the names of all the Vice Presidents of the United States, the presidencies they served under, their terms and dates in office and the political parties of the Vice Presidents. Additional facts and information about the Vice Presidents of the United States in Order are detailed below.

List of Vice Presidents of the United States in Order

 Presidents of the United States in Order
and Political Party -

Pictures of Presidents -

Vice Presidents of the
United States in Order -

Secretary of State
 in Order

23. Benjamin Harrison (Republican) -

Benjamin Harrison

Levi P. Morton (1889-93) -

James G. Blaine (1889-92)
John W. Foster (1892-93)

24. Grover Cleveland (Democrat) -

Grover Cleveland

Adlai E. Stevenson (1893-97) -

Walter Q. Gresham (1893-95)
Richard Olney (1895-97)

25. William McKinley (Republican) -

William McKinley

Garret A. Hobart (1897-99)
Theodore Roosevelt (1901) -

John Sherman (1897-98)
William R. Day (1898)
John M. Hay (1898-1901)

26. Theodore Roosevelt (Republican) -

Theodore Roosevelt

Charles Warren Fairbanks (1905-09) -

John M. Hay (1901-05)
Elihu Root (1905-09)
Robert Bacon (1909)

27. William Taft
(Republican)
-

William Taft

James S. Sherman (1909-12) -

Philander C. Knox (1909-13)

28. Woodrow Wilson (Democrat) -

Woodrow Wilson

Thomas R. Marshall (1913-21) -

William J. Bryan (1913-15)
Robert Lansing (1915-20)
Bainbridge Colby (1920-21)

29. Warren Harding (Republican) -

Warren Harding

Calvin Coolidge (1921-23) -

Charles Evans Hughes (1921-23)

30. Calvin Coolidge (Republican) -

Calvin Coolidge

Charles G. Dawes (1925-29) -

Charles Evans Hughes (1923-25)
Frank B. Kellogg (1925-29)

31. Herbert Hoover (Republican) -

Herbert Hoover

Charles Curtis (1929-33) -

Henry L. Stimson (1929-33)

32. Franklin D Roosevelt (Democrat) -

Franklin D Roosevelt

John N. Garner (1933-41)
Henry A. Wallace (1941-45)
Harry S. Truman (1945) -

Cordell Hull (1933-44)
Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. (1944-45)

33. Harry S Truman (Democrat) -

Harry S Truman

Alben W. Barkley (1949-53) -

Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. (1945)
James F. Byrnes (1945-47)
George C. Marshall (1947-49)
Dean G. Acheson (1949-53)

34. Dwight Eisenhower (Republican) -

Dwight Eisenhower

Richard M. Nixon (1953-61) -

John Foster Dulles (1953-59)
Christian A. Herter (1959-61)

35. John F Kennedy (Democrat) -

John F Kennedy

Lyndon B. Johnson (1961-63) -

Dean Rusk (1961-63)

36. Lyndon Johnson (Democrat) -

Lyndon Johnson

Hubert H. Humphrey (1965-69) -

Dean Rusk (1963-69)

37. Richard Nixon (Republican) -

Richard Nixon

Spiro T. Agnew (1969-73)
Gerald R. Ford (1973-74) -

William P. Rogers (1969-73)
Henry A. Kissinger (1973-74)

38. Gerald Ford
(Republican)
-

Gerald Ford

Nelson A. Rockefeller (1974-77) -

Henry A. Kissinger (1974-77)

38. Jimmy Carter
(Democrat)
-

Jimmy Carter

Walter F. Mondale (1977-81) -

Cyrus R. Vance (1977-80)
Edmund S. Muskie (1980-81)

40. Ronald Reagan (Republican) -

Ronald Reagan

 George Bush (1981-89) -

Alexander M. Haig, Jr. (1981-82)
 George P. Schultz (1982-89)

41. George H Bush (Republican) -

George H Bush

Dan Quayle (1989-93) -

James A. Baker, III (1989-92)
Lawrence S. Eagleburger (1992-93)

42. Bill Clinton
(Democrat)
-

Bill Clinton

Albert Gore, Jr. (1993-2001) -

Warren M. Christopher (1993-97)
Madeleine Albright (1997-2001)

43. George W Bush (Republican) -

George W Bush

Richard B. Cheney (2001-09) -

Colin Luther Powell (2001-05)
Condoleezza Rice (2005-09)

44. Barack Obama
(Democrat)
-

Barack Obama

Joseph R. Biden, Jr. (2009- ) -

Hillary Rodham Clinton (2009-2013)
John Kerry (2013- )

Facts about Vice Presidents of the United States
The following fact file contains important facts and information about the Vice Presidents of the United States.

Facts about Vice Presidents of the United States

Vice Presidents Fact 1: There have been 47 Vice Presidents

Vice Presidents Fact 2: The Residence of Vice Presidents is located at Number One Observatory Circle, on the grounds of the US Naval Observatory at 34th Street and Massachusetts Avenue, Washington, DC

Vice Presidents Fact 3: The Vice Presidents have an office in the West Wing of the White House and his staff also have offices in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, called the Vice President's Ceremonial Office.

Vice Presidents Fact 4: There have been fourteen Vice Presidents who have become President of the United States.

Vice Presidents Fact 5: Vice Presidents takes their oath of office before the president-elect is sworn in.

Vice Presidents Fact 6: The office of the Vice Presidents of the United States is the second highest public office created by the United States Constitution.

Vice Presidents Fact 7: The U.S. Constitution provides that should the president die or become disabled while in office, the "powers and duties" of the presidential office are transferred to the Vice Presidents.

Vice Presidents Fact 8: Vice Presidents are the first in the Presidential line of succession

Vice Presidents Fact 9: Vice Presidents must be a natural-born U.S. citizen, at least 35 years old and ave resided in the U.S. at least 14 years

Vice Presidents Fact 10: Four Vice presidents have been elected to the presidency directly after having served as vice president. The names of these Vice Presidents are John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Martin Van Buren and George H.W. Bush.

Facts about Vice Presidents of the United States

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