List Of Vice Presidents Of The United States Of America (PDF)

Vice Presidents Of The United States

Last Updated: 24 July 2021

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, is impeached, or is 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 the United States?

Answer: George Clinton and John C. Calhoun

List Of Vice Presidents Of The United States Of America


No.Vice PresidentPolitical PartyFromUp To
1John AdamsFederalist21 Apr 178904 Mar 1797
2Thomas JeffersonDemocratic
Republican
04 Mar 179704 Mar 1801
3Aaron BurrDemocratic
Republican
04 Mar 180104 Mar 1805
4George ClintonDemocratic
Republican
04 Mar 180520 Apr 1812
Office Vacant 20 April 1812 – 04 March 1813
5Elbridge GerryDemocratic
Republican
04 Mar 181323 Nov 1814
Office Vacant 23 Nov 1814 – 04 March 1817
6Daniel TompkinsDemocratic
Republican
04 Mar 181704 Mar 1825
7John CalhounDemocratic
Republican
04 Mar 182528 Dec 1832
Office Vacant 28 Dec 1832 – 04 March 1833
8Martin Van BurenDemocratic04 Mar 183304 Mar 1837
9Richard JohnsonDemocratic04 Mar 183704 Mar 1841
10John TylerWhig04 Mar 184104 Apr 1841
Office Vacant 04 April 1841 – 04 March 1845
11George DallasDemocratic04 Mar 184504 Mar 1849
12Millard FillmoreWhig04 Mar 184909 July 1850
Office Vacant 09 July 1850 – 04 March 1853
13William KingDemocratic04 Mar 185318 Apr 1853
Office Vacant 18 April 1853 – 04 March 1857
14John BreckinridgeDemocratic04 Mar 185704 Mar 1861
15Hannibal HamlinRepublican04 Mar 186104 Mar 1865
16Andrew JohnsonNational Union04 Mar 186515 Apr 1865
Office Vacant 15 April 1865 – 04 March 1869
17Schuyler ColfaxRepublican04 Mar 186904 Mar 1873
18Henry WilsonRepublican04 Mar 187322 Nov 1875
Office Vacant 22 Nov 1875 – 04 March 1877
19William WheelerRepublican04 Mar 187704 Mar 1881
20Chester ArthurRepublican04 Mar 188119 Sep 1881
Office Vacant 19 Sep 1881 – 04 March 1885
21Thomas HendricksDemocratic04 Mar 188525 Nov 1885
Office Vacant 25 Nov 1885 – 04 March 1889
22Levi MortonRepublican04 Mar 188904 Mar 1893
23Adlai Stevenson IDemocratic04 Mar 189304 Mar 1897
24Garret HobartRepublican04 Mar 189721 Nov 1899
Office Vacant 24 Nov 1899 – 04 March 1901
25Theodore RooseveltRepublican04 Mar 190114 Sep 1901
26Charles FairbanksRepublican04 Mar 190504 Mar 1909
27James ShermanRepublican04 Mar 190930 Oct 1912
Office Vacant 30 Oct 1912 – 04 March 1913
28Thomas MarshallDemocratic04 Mar 191304 Mar 1921
29Calvin CoolidgeRepublican04 Mar 192102 Aug 1923
Office Vacant 02 Aug 1923 – 04 March 1925
30Charles DawesRepublican04 Mar 192504 Mar 1929
31Charles CurtisRepublican04 Mar 192904 Mar 1933
32John GarnerDemocratic04 Mar 193320 Jan 1941
33Henry WallaceDemocratic20 Jan 194120 Jan 1945
34Harry TrumanDemocratic20 Jan 194512 Apr 1945
Office Vacant 12 April 1945 – 20 Jan 1949
35Alben BarkleyDemocratic20 Jan 194920 Jan 1953
36Richard NixonRepublican20 Jan 195320 Jan 1961
37Lyndon JohnsonDemocratic20 Jan 196122 Nov1963
Office Vacant 22 Nov 1963 – 20 Jan 1965
38Hubert HumphreyDemocratic20 Jan 196520 Jan 1969
39Spiro AgnewRepublican20 Jan 196910 Oct 1973
Office Vacant 10 Oct 1973 – 06 Dec 1973
40Gerald FordRepublican06 Dec 197309 Aug 1974
Office Vacant 09 Aug 1974 – 19 Dec 1974
41Nelson RockefellerRepublican19 Dec 197420 Jan 1977
42Walter MondaleDemocratic20 Jan 197720 Jan 1981
43George BushRepublican20 Jan 198120 Jan 1989
44Dan QuayleRepublican20 Jan 198920 Jan 1993
45Al GoreDemocratic20 Jan 199320 Jan 2001
46Dick CheneyRepublican20 Jan 200120 Jan 2009
47Joe BidenDemocratic20 Jan 200920 Jan 2017
48Mike PenceRepublican20 Jan 201720 Jan 2021
49Kamala HarrisDemocratic20 Jan 2021Incumbent
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