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Number of Vice Presidents by party affiliation
Party Vice Presidents
Republican 20
Democratic 18
Democratic-Republican 6
Whig 2
Federalist 1
Vacancies 18

There have been 47 Vice Presidents of the United States from John Adams to Joe Biden. Originally, the Vice President was the person who received the second most votes for President in the Electoral College. However, in the election of 1800 a tie in the electoral college between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr led to the selection of the President by the House of Representatives. To prevent such an event from happening again, the [[Twelfth Amendment to the of the United States (President of the Senate) | publisher = United States Senate | url = http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/The Vice President has few powers explicitly provided for in the constitution. His primary function is to succeed to the Presidency if that office becomes open due to the death, resignation or removal from office (via the impeachment process) of a sitting President. Nine Vice Presidents have ascended to the Presidency in this way. In addition, the Vice President serves as the President of the Senate and may choose to cast a tie-breaking vote on decisions made by the Senate. Vice Presidents have exercised this latter power to varying extents over the years.[1] The Vice Presidency was described by former VP John Nance Garner in 1960 as "not worth a bucket of warm piss.[2]

Prior to passage of the Twenty-fifth Amendment, a vacancy in the office of the Vice President could not be replaced until the next election. Such vacancies were common; sixteen occurred before the 25th Amendment was passed as a result of seven deaths, one resignation, and eight cases where the Vice President succeeded to the Presidency. This amendment allowed for a vacancy to be filled with appointment by the President and confirmation by both houses of Congress. Since its passage two Vice Presidents have been appointed through that process, Gerald Ford in 1973 and Nelson Rockefeller in 1974.[1]

Vice Presidents have hailed from 21 states. More than half have come from only five states, New York (11), Indiana (5), Massachusetts (4), Kentucky (3), and Texas (3). Most Vice Presidents have been in their 50s or 60s and had political experience prior to assuming the office.[1]

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List

Parties

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# Image Name
Home state
Took office
Left office
Party
President(s)
Ref
1 John Adams Adams, JohnJohn Adams Massachusetts 01789-04-21 April 21, 1789[a] 01797-03-04 March 4, 1797 Federalist Washington [3]
2 Thomas Jefferson Jefferson, ThomasThomas Jefferson Virginia 01797-03-04 March 4, 1797 01801-03-04 March 4, 1801 Democratic-Republican J. Adams [4]
3 Aaron Burr Burr, AaronAaron Burr New York 01801-03-04 March 4, 1801 01805-03-04 March 4, 1805 Democratic-Republican Jefferson [5]
4 George Clinton Clinton, GeorgeGeorge Clinton New York 01805-03-04 March 4, 1805 01812-04-20 April 20, 1812[b] Democratic-Republican Jefferson/
Madison
[6]
zVacant 01812-04-20 April 20, 1812 01813-03-04 March 4, 1813 Madison [1]
5 Elbridge Gerry Gerry, ElbridgeElbridge Gerry Massachusetts 01813-03-04 March 4, 1813 01814-11-23 November 23, 1814[b] Democratic-Republican Madison [7]
zVacant 01814-11-23 November 23, 1814 01817-03-04 March 4, 1817 Madison [1]
6 Daniel Tompkins Tompkins, Daniel D.Daniel D. Tompkins New York 01817-03-04 March 4, 1817 01825-03-04 March 4, 1825 Democratic-Republican Monroe [8]
7 John C. Calhoun Calhoun, John C.John C. Calhoun South Carolina 01825-03-04 March 4, 1825 01832-12-28 December 28, 1832[c] Democratic-Republican/
Democratic
J. Q. Adams/
Jackson
[9]
zVacant 01832-12-28 December 28, 1832 01833-03-04 March 4, 1833 Jackson [1]
8 Martin Van Buren Van Buren, MartinMartin Van Buren New York 01833-03-04 March 4, 1833 01837-03-04 March 4, 1837 Democratic Jackson [10]
9 Richard Mentor Johnson Johnson, Richard MentorRichard Mentor Johnson Kentucky 01837-03-04 March 4, 1837 01841-03-04 March 4, 1841 Democratic Van Buren [11]
10 John Tyler Tyler, JohnJohn Tyler Virginia 01841-03-04 March 4, 1841 01841-04-04 April 4, 1841[d] Whig W. Harrison [12]
zVacant 01841-04-04 April 4, 1841 01845-03-04 March 4, 1845 Tyler [1]
11 George M. Dallas Dallas, George M.George M. Dallas Pennsylvania 01845-03-04 March 4, 1845 01849-03-04 March 4, 1849 Democratic Polk [13]
12 Millard Fillmore Fillmore, MillardMillard Fillmore New York 01849-03-04 March 4, 1849 01850-07-09 July 9, 1850[d] Whig Taylor [14]
zVacant 01850-07-09 July 9, 1850 01853-03-04 March 4, 1853 Fillmore [1]
13 William R. King King, William R.William R. King Alabama 01853-03-04 March 4, 1853[e] 01853-04-18 April 18, 1853[b] Democratic Pierce [15]
zVacant 01853-04-18 April 18, 1853 01857-03-04 March 4, 1857 Pierce [1]
14 John C. Breckinridge Breckinridge, John C.John C. Breckinridge Kentucky 01857-03-04 March 4, 1857 01861-03-04 March 4, 1861 Democratic Buchanan [16]
15 Hannibal Hamlin Hamlin, HannibalHannibal Hamlin Maine 01861-03-04 March 4, 1861 01865-03-04 March 4, 1865 Republican Lincoln [17]
16 Andrew Johnson Johnson, AndrewAndrew Johnson Tennessee 01865-03-04 March 4, 1865 01865-04-15 April 15, 1865[d] Democratic[f] Lincoln [18]
zVacant 01865-04-15 April 15, 1865 01869-03-04 March 4, 1869 A. Johnson [1]
17 Schuyler Colfax Colfax, SchuylerSchuyler Colfax Indiana 01869-03-04 March 4, 1869 01873-03-04 March 4, 1873 Republican Grant [19]
18 Henry Wilson Wilson, HenryHenry Wilson Massachusetts 01873-03-04 March 4, 1873 01875-11-22 November 22, 1875[b] Republican Grant [20]
zVacant 01875-11-22 November 22, 1875 01877-03-04 March 4, 1877 Grant [1]
19 William A. Wheeler Wheeler, William A.William A. Wheeler New York 01877-03-04 March 4, 1877 01881-03-04 March 4, 1881 Republican Hayes [21]
20 Chester A. Arthur Arthur, Chester A.Chester A. Arthur New York 01881-03-04 March 4, 1881 01881-09-19 September 19, 1881[d] Republican Garfield [22]
zVacant 01881-09-19 September 19, 1881 01885-03-04 March 4, 1885 Arthur [1]
21 Thomas Hendricks Hendricks, Thomas A.Thomas A. Hendricks Indiana 01885-03-04 March 4, 1885 01885-11-25 November 25, 1885[b] Democratic Cleveland [23]
zVacant 01885-11-25 November 25, 1885 01889-03-04 March 4, 1889 Cleveland [1]
22 Levi Morton Morton, Levi P.Levi P. Morton New York 01889-03-04 March 4, 1889 01893-03-04 March 4, 1893 Republican B. Harrison [24]
23 Adlai E. Stevenson Stevenson, Adlai E.Adlai E. Stevenson Illinois 01893-03-04 March 4, 1893 01897-03-04 March 4, 1897 Democratic Cleveland [25]
24 Garret Hobart Hobart, GarretGarret Hobart New Jersey 01897-03-04 March 4, 1897 01899-11-21 November 21, 1899[b] Republican McKinley [26]
zVacant 01899-11-21 November 21, 1899 01901-03-04 March 4, 1901 McKinley [1]
25 Theodore Roosevelt Roosevelt, TheodoreTheodore Roosevelt New York 01901-03-04 March 4, 1901 01901-09-14 September 14, 1901[d] Republican McKinley [27]
zVacant 01901-09-14 September 14, 1901 01905-03-04 March 4, 1905 T. Roosevelt [1]
26 Charles W. Fairbanks Fairbanks, Charles W.Charles W. Fairbanks Indiana 01905-03-04 March 4, 1905 01909-03-04 March 4, 1909 Republican T. Roosevelt [28]
27 James S. Sherman Sherman, James S.James S. Sherman New York 01909-03-04 March 4, 1909 01912-10-30 October 30, 1912[b] Republican Taft [29]
zVacant 01912-10-30 October 30, 1912 01913-03-04 March 4, 1913 Taft [1]
28 Thomas R. Marshall Marshall, Thomas R.Thomas R. Marshall Indiana 01913-03-04 March 4, 1913 01921-03-04 March 4, 1921 Democratic Wilson [30]
29 Calvin Coolidge Coolidge, CalvinCalvin Coolidge Massachusetts 01921-03-04 March 4, 1921 01923-08-02 August 2, 1923[d] Republican Harding [31]
zVacant 01923-08-02 August 2, 1923 01925-03-04 March 4, 1925 Coolidge [1]
30 Charles G. Dawes Dawes, Charles G.Charles G. Dawes Illinois 01925-03-04 March 4, 1925 01929-03-04 March 4, 1929 Republican Coolidge [32]
31 Charles Curtis Curtis, CharlesCharles Curtis Kansas 01929-03-04 March 4, 1929 01933-03-04 March 4, 1933 Republican Hoover [33]
32 John Nance Garner Garner, John NanceJohn Nance Garner Texas 01933-03-04 March 4, 1933 01941-01-20 January 20, 1941 Democratic F. Roosevelt [34]
33 Henry A. Wallace Wallace, Henry A.Henry A. Wallace Iowa 01941-01-20 January 20, 1941 01945-01-20 January 20, 1945 Democratic F. Roosevelt [35]
34 Harry S. Truman Truman, HarryHarry Truman Missouri 01945-01-20 January 20, 1945 01945-04-12 April 12, 1945[d] Democratic F. Roosevelt [36]
zVacant 01945-04-12 April 12, 1945 01949-01-20 January 20, 1949 Truman [1]
35 Alben Barkley Barkley, AlbenAlben Barkley Kentucky 01949-01-20 January 20, 1949 01953-01-20 January 20, 1953 Democratic Truman [37]
36 Richard Nixon Nixon, RichardRichard Nixon California 01953-01-20 January 20, 1953 01961-01-20 January 20, 1961 Republican Eisenhower [38]
37 Lyndon B. Johnson Johnson, LyndonLyndon Johnson Texas 01961-01-20 January 20, 1961 01963-11-22 November 22, 1963[d] Democratic Kennedy [39]
zVacant 01963-11-22 November 22, 1963 01965-01-20 January 20, 1965 L. Johnson [1]
38 Hubert H. Humphrey Humphrey, HubertHubert Humphrey Minnesota 01965-01-20 January 20, 1965 01969-01-20 January 20, 1969 Democratic L. Johnson [40]
39 Spiro T. Agnew Agnew, SpiroSpiro Agnew Maryland 01969-01-20 January 20, 1969 01973-10-10 October 10, 1973[c] Republican Nixon [41]
zVacant 01973-10-10 October 10, 1973 01973-12-06 December 6, 1973[g] Nixon [1]
40 Gerald Ford Ford, GeraldGerald Ford Michigan 01973-12-06 December 6, 1973[g] 01974-08-09 August 9, 1974 [d] Republican Nixon [42]
zVacant 01974-08-09 August 9, 1974 01974-12-19 December 19, 1974[g] Ford [1]
41 Nelson Rockefeller Rockefeller, NelsonNelson Rockefeller New York 01974-12-19 December 19, 1974[g] 01977-01-20 January 20, 1977 Republican Ford [43]
42 Walter Mondale Mondale, WalterWalter Mondale Minnesota 01977-01-20 January 20, 1977 01981-01-20 January 20, 1981 Democratic Carter [44]
43 George Herbert Walker Bush Bush, George H. W.George H. W. Bush Texas 01981-01-20 January 20, 1981[h] 01989-01-20 January 20, 1989 Republican Reagan [45]
44 Dan Quayle Quayle, DanDan Quayle Indiana 01989-01-20 January 20, 1989 01993-01-20 January 20, 1993 Republican G. H. W. Bush [46]
45 Al Gore Gore, AlAl Gore Tennessee 01993-01-20 January 20, 1993 02001-01-20 January 20, 2001 Democratic Clinton [47]
46 Dick Cheney Cheney, DickDick Cheney Wyoming[i] 02001-01-20 January 20, 2001[j] 02009-01-20 January 20, 2009 Republican G. W. Bush [48]
47 Joe Biden Biden, JoeJoe Biden Delaware 02009-01-20 January 20, 2009 Incumbent Democratic Obama [49]
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Notes

a  Arriving in New York City before President-elect George Washington, Adams was sworn as Vice President nine days before the President[50]
b  Died in office
c  Resigned from office
d  Succeeded to the Presidency upon death or resignation of President
e  The only Vice President to be sworn in outside of the United States of America (in Havana, Cuba), with special dispensation from Congress
f  Elected on the National Union Party ticket with Republican Abraham Lincoln[51]
g  Office of Vice President filled under provisions of 25th Amendment
h  Invoked the presidential provision of the 25th Amendment on July 13, 1985, 11:28 a.m. until 7:22 p.m.[52]
i  A resident of Texas at the time of his nomination for Vice President, Mr. Cheney changed his voter registration back to Wyoming, where he had served in Congress, to avoid violating the 12th Amendment, which would have prevented the Texas Presidential Electors from casting their electoral votes for both Bush and Cheney[53]
j  Served under the acting-presidential provision of the 25th Amendment on two separate occasions: on June 29, 2002, from 7:09 a.m. to 9:24 a.m,[54] and on July 21, 2007, from 7:16 a.m. to 9:21 a.m.[55]

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Simple English

The following is a list of Vice Presidents of the United States.

# Name Served State President(s)
1 John Adams 1789-1797 MA George Washington
2 Thomas Jefferson 1797-1801 VA John Adams
3 Aaron Burr 1801-1805 NY Thomas Jefferson
4 George Clinton 1805-1812 NY Thomas Jefferson

James Madison

5 Elbridge Gerry 1813-1814 MA James Madison
6 Daniel D. Tompkins 1817-1825 NY James Monroe
7 John C. Calhoun 1825-1832 SC John Quincy Adams

Andrew Jackson

8 Martin Van Buren 1833-1837 NY Andrew Jackson
9 Richard Mentor Johnson 1837-1841 KY Martin Van Buren
10 John Tyler 1841 VA William Henry Harrison
11 George M. Dallas 1845-1849 PA James K. Polk
12 Millard Fillmore 1849-1850 NY Zachary Taylor
13 William R. King 1853 AL Franklin Pierce
14 John C. Breckinridge 1857-1861 KY James Buchanan
15 Hannibal Hamlin 1861-1865 ME Abraham Lincoln
16 Andrew Johnson 1865 TN Abraham Lincoln
17 Schuyler Colfax 1869-1873 IN Ulysses S. Grant
18 Henry Wilson 1873-1875 MA Ulysses S. Grant
19 William A. Wheeler 1877-1881 NY Rutherford B. Hayes
20 Chester A. Arthur 1881 NY James A. Garfield
21 Thomas A. Hendricks 1885 IN Grover Cleveland
22 Levi P. Morton 1889-1893 NY Benjamin Harrison
23 Adlai E. Stevenson 1893-1897 IL Grover Cleveland
24 Garret Hobart 1897-1899 NJ William McKinley
25 Theodore Roosevelt 1901 NY William McKinley
26 Charles W. Fairbanks 1905-1909 IN Theodore Roosevelt
27 James S. Sherman 1909-1912 NY William Howard Taft
28 Thomas R. Marshall 1913-1921 IN Woodrow Wilson
29 Calvin Coolidge 1921-1923 MA Warren G. Harding
30 Charles G. Dawes 1925-1929 IL Calvin Coolidge
31 Charles Curtis 1929-1933 KS Herbert Hoover
32 John Nance Garner 1933-1941 TX Franklin D. Roosevelt
33 Henry A. Wallace 1941-1945 IA Franklin D. Roosevelt
34 Harry Truman 1945 MO Franklin D. Roosevelt
35 Alben W. Barkley 1949-1953 KY Harry Truman
36 Richard Nixon 1953-1961 CA Dwight Eisenhower
37 Lyndon B. Johnson 1961-1963 TX John F. Kennedy
38 Hubert Humphrey 1965-1969 MN Lyndon B. Johnson
39 Spiro Agnew 1969-1973 MD Richard Nixon
40 Gerald Ford 1973-1974 MI Richard Nixon
41 Nelson A. Rockefeller 1974-1977 NY Gerald Ford
42 Walter Mondale 1977-1981 MN Jimmy Carter
43 George H.W. Bush 1981-1989 TX Ronald Reagan
44 Dan Quayle 1989-1993 IN George H.W. Bush
45 Al Gore 1993-2001 TN Bill Clinton
46 Dick Cheney 2001-2009 WY George W. Bush
47 Joe Biden 2009- DE Barack Obama


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