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Presidents

ID

First Name
1 George
2 John
3 Thomas
4 James
5 James
6 John Q.
7 Andrew
8 Martin
9 William
10 John
11 James
12 Zachary
13 Millard
14 Franklin
15 James
16 Abraham
17 Andrew
18 Ulyssess
19 Rutherford
20 James
21 Chester
22 Grover
23 Benjamin
24 Grover
25 William
26 Theodore
27 William
28 Woodrow
29 Warren
30 Calvin
31 Herbert
32 Franklin
33 Harry
34 Dwight
35 John
36 Lyndon
37 Richard
38 Gerald

Last Name
Washington
Adams
Jefferson
Madison
Monroe
Adams
Jackson
Van Buren
Harrison
Tyler
Polk
Taylor
Fillmore
Peirce
Buchanan
Lincoln
Johnson
Grant
Hayes
Garfield
Arthur
Clevelend
Harrison
Cleveland
McKinley
Roosevelt
Taft
Wilson
Harding
Coolidge
Hoover
Roosevelt
Truman
Eisenhower
Kennedy
Johnson
Nixon
Ford

Spouse's Name
Martha
Abigail
Martha
Dolley
Elizabeth
Louisa
Rachel
Hannah
Anna
Letita
Sarah
Margaret
Abigail
Jane
None
Mary
Eliza
Julia
Lucy
Lucretia
Ellen
Frances
Caroline
Frances
Ida
Edith
Helen
Ellen
Florence
Grace
Lou
Eleanor
Bess
Mamie
Jackie
Lady Bird
Pat
Betty
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Year Elected
1789
1797
1801
1809
1817
1825
1829
1837
1841
1841
1845
1849
1850
1853
1857
1861
1865
1869
1877
1881
1881
1885
1889
1893
1897
1901
1909
1913
1921
1923
1929
1933
1945
1953
1961
1963
1969
1974

Presidents
Length of Term

Number of Term
Vice President
8
2 John Adams
4
1 Thomas Jefferson
8
2 Aaron Burr
8
2 George Clinton
8
2 Danial Tompkins
8
2 John Calhoun
8
2 John Calhoun
4
1 Richard Johnson
0
1 John Taylor
4
1 None
4
1 Geroge Dallas
1
1 Millard Fillmore
3
1 None
4
1 William King
4
1 John Breckinridge
4
1 Hannibal Hamlin
4
1 None
8
2 Schuyler Colfax
4
1 William Wheeler
1
1 Chester Arthur
4
1 None
4
1 Thomas Hendricks
4
1 Levi Morton
4
1 Adlai Stevenson
4
1 Garret Hobart
8
2 None
4
1 James Sherman
8
2 Thomas Marshall
4
1 Calvin Coolidge
6
2 None
4
1 Charles Surtis
12
3 John Nance Garner
8
2 None
8
2 Richard Nixon
2
1 Lyndon B. Johnson
6
2 None
5
2 Spiro Agnew
3
1 None
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Re-Elected

Impeached

Presidents
Assasinated

Age Elected
DOB
57 2/22/1732
61 10/30/1735
57 04/13/1743
57 3/16/1751
58 4/28/1758
57 7/11/1767
61 3/15/1767
54 12/5/1782
68 2/9/1773
51 3/29/1790
49 11/2/1795
64 11/24/1784
50 1/7/1800
48 11/23/1804
65 4/23/1791
52 2/12/1809
56 12/29/1808
46 4/27/1822
54 10/4/1822
49 11/19/1831
51 10/5/1829
47 3/18/1837
55 8/20/1833
55 3/18/1837
54 1/29/1843
42 10/27/1858
51 9/15/1857
56 12/28/1856
55 11/2/1865
51 7/4/1872
54 8/18/1874
51 1/30/1882
60 5/8/1884
62 10/14/1890
43 5/29/1917
55 8/27/1908
56 1/9/1913
61 7/14/1913

Year Deceased
12/14/1799
7/4/1826
7/4/1826
6/28/1836
7/4/1831
2/23/1848
6/8/1845
7/24/1862
4/4/1841
1/18/1862
6/15/1849
7/9/1850
3/8/1874
10/8/1869
6/1/1868
4/15/1865
7/31/1875
7/23/1885
01/17/1893
9/19/1881
11/18/1886
6/24/1908
3/13/1901
6/24/1908
9/14/1901
1/6/1919
3/8/1930
2/3/1924
8/2/1923
1/5/1933
10/20/1964
4/12/1945
12/26/1972
3/28/1969
11/22/1963
1/22/1973
4/22/1994
12/26/2006
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Platform

Won the war to make America independent from Great Britian.
Promised to respect the rights of all the states.
Cut taxes and to abolish un constitutional laws.
He was the predecessor of Thomas Jefferson.
To be able to have good education, good jobs, safe enviroment to live in, and safe homes.
Accused of winning the White House through corruption, he was plagued by accusations of misdeeds throughout
Though he was a rich planter, Jackson was considered the common people's friend. Dubbed "Old Hickory" becau
Van Buren was the first President to be born an American citizen.
Down to Earth war hero who had the same values as the common people.
Was the first President to be threatened with impeachment.
Polk was the first "dark horse" or little-known nominee to become President. He presided over the Mexican War
Taylor won fame as a general in the Mexican War. His soldiers called him "Old Rough and Ready."
Fillmore approved the Compromise of 1850, allowing slavery in the South. But neither North nor South was hap
Pierce supported the Kansas-Nebraska Act, which gutted the Compromise of 1850.
Buchanan tried in vain to find a compromise to keep the South from seceding from the Union.
Lincoln led the Union into the Civil War to preserve the nation and end slavery.
Immediate restoration of all the States to their rights in the Union, under the Constitution, and of civil governmen
Grant was the top Union military hero of the Civil War.
By the combined workings of the national and state governments, under their respective constitutions, the rights
Garfield set out to reform the "spoils system" by which politicians gave their friends low-level political offices.
He helped create the Civil Service.
Cleveland expanded the Civil Service and ended wasteful government programs
Harrison was caught between reformers who were fighting the spoils system
Cleveland expanded the Civil Service and ended wasteful government programs
McKinley led the U.S. during the Spanish-American War. The U.S. won several important overseas colonies.
His many accomplishments included the building of the Panama Canal, cracking down on business monopolies,
A conservative, he alienated the progressive wing of his party
Led the U.S. into the war and drafted the peace plan that ended it. Wilson then fought to create the League of Na
He promised to heal America after the war.
Evidence of his integrity, vision and single minded devotion to the needs of the people of this nation strengthens
Claimed full credit for the nation`s prosperity during the 1920's and promised to do the same in years to come.
The Democratic Party solemnly promises by appropriate action to put into effect the principles, policies, and refo
Ours is the party which stood at the helm and led the nation to victory in the war.
Establish and maintain a peaceful world and build at home a dynamic prosperity in which every citizen fairly sha
It is the creation of an enduring peace in which the universal values of human dignity, truth, and justice under law
To build a great society, a place where the meaning of man's life matches the marvels of man's labor
New leadership which will develop imaginative new approaches assuring full opportunity to all our citizens—lea
To curb inflation and to restablish the stimulating economy.
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Presidents
Party

None
Federalist
Democratic-Republica
Democratic-Republica
Democratic-Republica
Democratic-Republica
Democrat
Democrat
Whig
Whig
Democrat
Whig
Whig
Democrat
Democrat
Republican
National
Republican
Republican
Republican
Republican
Democrat
Republican
Democrat
Republican
Republican
Republican
Democrat
Republican
Republican
Republican
Democrat
Democrat
Republican
Democrat
Democrat
Republican
Republican
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Presidents
ID

First Name
39 Jimmy
40 Ronald
41 George H.
42 Bill
43 George W.
44 Barack

Last Name
Carter
Reagan
Bush
Clinton
Bush
Obama

Spouse's Name
Rosalynn
Nancy
Barbra
Hillary
Luara
Michelle

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Year Elected
1981
1981
1989
1993
2001
2009

Presidents
Length of Term

Number of Term
Vice President
8
2 Walter Mondale
8
2 George Bush
4
1 Dan Quayle
4
1 Al Gore
8
2 Dick Cheney
8
2 Joe Biden

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Re-Elected

Impeached

Presidents
Assasinated

Age Elected
DOB
52 10/1/1924
69 2/6/1911
64 6/12/1924
46 8/19/1946
54 7/6/1946
47 8/4/1961

Year Deceased
6/5/2004
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Platform
He promised not to lie to the American people, a promise to be good, a promise to love.
Economic growth and full employment without inflation.
A new dynamic partnership in which people direct government and government empowers people To solve their
Move away from old-style liberalism, rooted in the political orthodoxy of The New Deal and labor unions, and to
To fund the public education system and to keep social security.
To be able to have good education, good jobs, safe enviroment to live in, and safe homes.

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Presidents
Party
Democrat
Republican
Republican
Democrat
Republican
Democrat

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