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List of United States Vice Presidents by time in office

List of United States Vice Presidents by time in office
John Adams First Vice President and the first to be elected President (1789–1797).

Daniel D. TompWilliam R. King kins served only 45 days and then died (in 1853). The first of six Vice idents Pres-

Vacancies ranked by duration length

to Reasons: • - Succeeded to Presidency following death served 2,922 or resignation of the President days • - Death of the Vice President • - Resignation of the Vice President (1817–1825). This is a complete list of United States Vice Presidents by time in office. The basis of the list is the difference between dates; if counted by number of calendar days all the figures would be one greater.

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1 ^ 2 ^ Vacancies occurring after the adoption of the 25th Amendment, allowing for a replacement Vice President to be nominated and confirmed.

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Rank Order Vice President by in time office in office 1 6 28 36 43 45 46 7 8 32 1 Thomas R. Marshall Richard Nixon George H. W. Bush Al Gore Dick Cheney John Nance Garner 2,880 John Adams 2,865

List of United States Vice Presidents by time in office
Length Explanation of term in days Served two full terms.

Daniel D. Tompkins 2,922

Served two full terms, but first term was shortened by the 20th Amendment. Served two full terms, but the first term inaugural was postponed because the U.S. Congress had not properly convened. Resigned in his second term to take a seat in the U.S. Senate. Died in office during his second term. Resigned in his second term while under indictment. Served one full term.

9 10 11 12

7 4 39 3 8 9 11 14 15 17 19 22 23 26 30 31 33 35 38 42 44

John C. Calhoun George Clinton Spiro Agnew Aaron Burr Martin Van Buren Richard Johnson George M. Dallas John Breckinridge Hannibal Hamlin Schuyler Colfax William A. Wheeler Levi Morton Adlai E. Stevenson Charles Fairbanks Charles Dawes Charles Curtis Henry Wallace Alben Barkley Hubert Humphrey Walter Mondale Dan Quayle Thomas Jefferson James S. Sherman Lyndon B. Johnson

2,857 2,605 1,724 1,461

30 31 32

2 27 37

1,460 1,338 1,036

Served one full term without any leap year. Died in office. Succeeded to presidency.

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33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 18 24 29 41 5 12 21 40 20 25 47 34 13 16 10 Henry Wilson Garret Hobart Calvin Coolidge Elbridge Gerry Millard Fillmore Thomas A. Hendricks Gerald Ford Chester A. Arthur Joe Biden Harry S. Truman William R. King Andrew Johnson John Tyler 993 992 881 629 491 266 246 199 124 82 45 42 31

List of United States Vice Presidents by time in office
Died in office. Died in office. Succeeded to presidency. Appointed and confirmed mid-term. Died in office. Succeeded to presidency. Died in office. Appointed and confirmed mid-term, and later succeeded to presidency. Succeeded to presidency. Succeeded to presidency. Currently serving. Succeeded to presidency. Died in office. Succeeded to presidency. Succeeded to presidency. End President during vacancy John Tyler Andrew Johnson Franklin Pierce Harry Truman Theodore Roosevelt Chester A. Arthur Grover Cleveland Millard Fillmore James Madison Calvin Coolidge William McKinley Ulysses Grant Lyndon Johnson James Madison Gerald Ford William Taft Andrew Jackson Richard Nixon Length in days 1,430 1,418 1,415 1,379 1,267 1,262 1,195 970 832 580 469 468 425 318 132 [1] 123 65 57 [2]

Nelson Rockefeller 763

Theodore Roosevelt 194

Rank by Reason Start length 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 A A B A A A B A B A B B A B A B C C April 4, 1841 April 15, 1865 April 18, 1853 April 12, 1945 September 14, 1901 September 19, 1881 November 25, 1885 July 9, 1850 November 23, 1814 August 2, 1923 November 21, 1899 November 22, 1875 November 22, 1963 April 20, 1812 August 9, 1974 October 30, 1912 December 28, 1832 October 10, 1973

March 4, 1845 March 4, 1869 March 4, 1857 January 20, 1949 March 4, 1905 March 4, 1885 March 4, 1889 March 4, 1853 March 4, 1817 March 4, 1925 March 4, 1901 March 4, 1877 January 20, 1965 March 4, 1813 December 19, 1974 March 4, 1913 March 4, 1833 December 6, 1973

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Shortest "apprenticeship": John Tyler served only 31 days, then became President.

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