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  1. The president pro tempore is third in the line of succession to the presidency, after the vice president and the Speaker of the House of Representatives and ahead of the Secretary of State. [2] Since 1890, the most senior senator in the majority party has generally been chosen to be president pro tempore, [3] and holds the office continuously ...

  2. Rank President Length in days Order of presidency Number of terms 1: Franklin D. Roosevelt: 4,422: 32nd • March 4, 1933 – April 12, 1945: Three full terms; died 2 months and 23 days into fourth term

  3. According to Robert Caro, "On November 8, 1960, Lyndon Johnson won an election for both the vice presidency of the United States, on the Kennedy–Johnson ticket, and for a third term as senator (he had Texas law changed to allow him to run for both offices). When he won the vice presidency, he made arrangements to resign from the Senate, as he ...

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