List Of Vice Presidents Of The United States Of America With PDF

List Of Vice Presidents Of The United States Of America

Last Updated: 6 December 2020

Originally in the United States, The Vice President was the person who receives the second highest votes for the seat of President in the Electoral College.

After the 1800’s elections, Electors cast a separate ballot for the seat of Vice Presidency.

Vice President of the United States assumes as the President of the United States of America if the President of the United States dies, resigns, impeached, or removed from the office.

Fact Check


1. Till 2020 How many Vice Presidents have served as the Vice President of the United States?

Answer: 48 Vice Presidents

2. Who is the first woman Vice President of the United States of America?

Answer: Kamala Harris

3. Who was the Vice President when Barack Obama was the President of the United States of America?

Answer: Joe Biden (2009-2017)

4. What is the term length for the Vice President of the United States?

Answer: 4 Years

5. Which Vice Presidents held the office under two different Presidents of United States?

Answer: George Clinton and John C. Calhoun

List Of Vice Presidents Of The United States Of America


No.Vice PresidentPartyFromUp To
1John AdamsFederalistApr 21, 1789Mar 4, 1797
2Thomas JeffersonDemocratic
Republican
Mar 4, 1797Mar 4, 1801
3Aaron BurrDemocratic
Republican
Mar 4, 1801Mar 4, 1805
4George ClintonDemocratic
Republican
Mar 4, 1805Apr 20, 1812
5Elbridge GerryDemocratic
Republican
Mar 4, 1813Nov 23, 1814
6Daniel TompkinsDemocratic
Republican
Mar 4, 1817Mar 4, 1825
7John CalhounDemocratic
Republican
Mar 4, 1825Dec 28, 1832
8Martin Van BurenDemocraticMar 4, 1833Mar 4, 1837
9Richard JohnsonDemocraticMar 4, 1837Mar 4, 1841
10John TylerWhigMar 4, 1841Apr 4, 1841
11George DallasDemocraticMar 4, 1845Mar 4, 1849
12Millard FillmoreWhigMar 4, 1849Jul 9, 1850
13William KingDemocraticMar 4, 1853Apr 18, 1853
14John BreckinridgeDemocraticMar 4, 1857Mar 4, 1861
15Hannibal HamlinRepublicanMar 4, 1861Mar 4, 1865
16Andrew JohnsonNational UnionMar 4, 1865Apr 15, 1865
17Schuyler ColfaxRepublicanMar 4, 1869Mar 4, 1873
18Henry WilsonRepublicanMar 4, 1873Nov 22, 1875
19William WheelerRepublicanMar 4, 1877Mar 4, 1881
20Chester ArthurRepublicanMar 4, 1881Sep 19, 1881
21Thomas HendricksDemocraticMar 4, 1885Nov 25, 1885
22Levi MortonRepublicanMar 4, 1889Mar 4, 1893
23Adlai Stevenson IDemocraticMar 4, 1893Mar 4, 1897
24Garret HobartRepublicanMar 4, 1897Nov 21, 1899
25Theodore RooseveltRepublicanMar 4, 1901Sep 14, 1901
26Charles FairbanksRepublicanMar 4, 1905Mar 4, 1909
27James ShermanRepublicanMar 4, 1909Oct 30, 1912
28Thomas MarshallDemocraticMar 4, 1913Mar 4, 1921
29Calvin CoolidgeRepublicanMar 4, 1921Aug 2, 1923
30Charles DawesRepublicanMar 4, 1925Mar 4, 1929
31Charles CurtisRepublicanMar 4, 1929Mar 4, 1933
32John GarnerDemocraticMar 4, 1933Jan 20, 1941
33Henry WallaceDemocraticJan 20, 1941Jan 20, 1945
34Harry TrumanDemocraticJan 20, 1945Apr 12, 1945
35Alben BarkleyDemocraticJan 20, 1949Jan 20, 1953
36Richard NixonRepublicanJan 20, 1953Jan 20, 1961
37Lyndon JohnsonDemocraticJan 20, 1961Nov 22, 1963
38Hubert HumphreyDemocraticJan 20, 1965Jan 20, 1969
39Spiro AgnewRepublicanJan 20, 1969Oct 10, 1973
40Gerald FordRepublicanDec 6, 1973Aug 9, 1974
41Nelson RockefellerRepublicanDec 19, 1974Jan 20, 1977
42Walter MondaleDemocraticJan 20, 1977Jan 20, 1981
43George BushRepublicanJan 20, 1981Jan 20, 1989
44Dan QuayleRepublicanJan 20, 1989Jan 20, 1993
45Al GoreDemocraticJan 20, 1993Jan 20, 2001
46Dick CheneyRepublicanJan 20, 2001Jan 20, 2009
47Joe BidenDemocraticJan 20, 2009Jan 20, 2017
48Mike PenceRepublicanJan 20, 2017Jan 20, 2021
49Kamala HarrisDemocraticJan 20, 2021Incumbent
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