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  1. Vice President Length in days Order of vice presidency President served under Number of terms 1 tie: Daniel D. Tompkins: 2,922: 6th • March 4, 1817 – March 4, 1825: James Monroe: Two full terms Thomas R. Marshall: 2,922: 28th • March 4, 1913 – March 4, 1921: Woodrow Wilson: Two full terms Richard Nixon: 2,922: 36th • January 20, 1953 – January 20, 1961

  2. Vice President State 1: John Adams Massachusetts: 2: Thomas Jefferson Virginia: 3: Aaron Burr New York: 4: George Clinton New York: 5: Elbridge Gerry Massachusetts: 6: Daniel D. Tompkins New York: 7: John C. Calhoun South Carolina: 8: Martin Van Buren New York: 9: Richard M. Johnson Kentucky: 10: John Tyler Virginia: 11: George M. Dallas Pennsylvania: 12: Millard Fillmore New York: 13

  3. Jan 20, 2021 · The vice president and a majority of the Cabinet judge that the president is no longer able to discharge the duties of the presidency; Current Vice President . The 49th and current vice president of the United States is Kamala Harris. She was sworn in on January 20, 2021. Contact the Vice President. The vice president does not have a public direct telephone number.

  4. Two vice presidents, George Clinton and John C. Calhoun, held the office under two different presidents. Of the 15 vice presidents who went on to become president, eight succeeded to the office on the death of a president, and four of these were later elected president. Two vice presidents, Hannibal Hamlin and Henry Wallace, were dropped from the ticket after their first term, only to see their successors become president months after taking office when the president died.

  5. Vice President Term Began Term Ended President Served Under; John Adams: April 21, 1789: March 4, 1797: George Washington: Thomas Jefferson: March 4, 1797: March 4, 1801: John Adams: Aaron Burr: March 4, 1801: March 4, 1805: Thomas Jefferson: George Clinton: March 4, 1805: March 4, 1809: Thomas Jefferson: George Clinton: March 4, 1809: April 20, 1812: James Madison: None: April 20, 1812

  6. Dec 21, 2020 · PRESIDENT FIRST LADY VICE PRESIDENT; 1789-1797: George Washington: Martha Washington: John Adams: 1797-1801: John Adams: Abigail Adams: Thomas Jefferson: 1801-1805: Thomas Jefferson [Martha Wayles Skelton Jefferson died before Jefferson assumed office; no image of her in P&P collections] Aaron Burr: 1805-1809: Thomas Jefferson: see above: George Clinton: 1809-1812: James Madison

  7. The first one takes place in the House of Representatives, which impeaches the vice president by approving articles of impeachment through a simple majority vote. The second proceeding, the impeachment trial, takes place in the Senate. There, conviction on any of the articles requires a two-thirds majority vote and would result in the removal ...

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