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U.S. Presidents and the 50 States | Presidentes de EE.UU. y los 50 Estados

The President of the United States is the head of state and the head of government of the United States. As chief of the executive branch and head of the federal government as a whole, the presidency is the highest political office in the United States by influence and recognition. Here is a list of the U.S. Presidents starting from 1789 until today:

 
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President Took
Office
Left
Office
Party Vice President Term
18th Century
George
Washington
Apr. 30,
1789
Mar. 4,
1797
No party John
Adams
1
2
John
Adams
Mar. 4,
1797
Mar. 4,
1801
Federalist Thomas
Jefferson
3
19th Century
Thomas
Jefferson
Mar. 4,
1801
Mar. 4,
1809
Democratic-
Republican
Aaron
Burr
4
George
Clinton
5
James
Madison
Mar. 4,
1809
Mar. 4,
1817
Democratic-
Republican
George
Clinton
6
vacant
Elbridge
Gerry
7
vacant
James
Monroe
Mar. 4,
1817
Mar. 4,
1825
Democratic-
Republican
Daniel D.
Tompkins
8
9
John
Quincy
Adams
Mar. 4,
1825
Mar. 4,
1829
Democratic-
Republican

National
Republican
John C.
Calhoun
10
Andrew
Jackson
Mar. 4,
1829
Mar. 4,
1837
Democratic John C.
Calhoun
11
vacant
Martin Van Buren 12
Martin
Van
Buren
Mar. 4,
1837
Mar. 4,
1841
Democratic Richard Mentor Johnson 13
William
Henry
Harrison
Mar. 4,
1841
Apr. 4,
1841
Whig John
Tyler
14
John
Tyler, Jr.
Apr. 4,
1841
Mar. 4,
1845
Whig
No party
vacant
James
Knox
Polk
Mar. 4,
1845
Mar. 4,
1849
Democratic George M. Dallas 15
Zachary
Taylor
Mar. 4,
1849
Jul. 9,
1850
Whig Millard Fillmore 16
Millard
Fillmore
Jul. 9,
1850
Mar. 4,
1853
Whig vacant
Franklin
Pierce
Mar. 4,
1853
Mar. 4,
1857
Democratic William R. King 17
vacant
James
Buchanan, Jr.
Mar. 4,
1857
Mar. 4,
1861
Democratic John C. Breckinridge 18
Abraham
Lincoln
Mar. 4,
1861
Apr. 15,
1865
Republican
National Union
Hannibal Hamlin 19
Andrew Johnson 20
Andrew
Johnson
Apr. 15,
1865
Mar. 4,
1869
Democratic
National Union
vacant
Ulysses
S. Grant
Mar. 4,
1869
Mar. 4,
1877
Republican Schuyler Colfax 21
Henry
Wilson
22
vacant
Rutherford
Birchard
Hayes
Mar. 4,
1877
Mar. 4,
1881
Republican William A. Wheeler 23
James
Abram
Garfield
Mar. 4,
1881
Sep. 19,
1881
Republican Chester A. Arthur 24
Chester
Alan
Arthur
Sep. 19,
1881
Mar. 4,
1885
Republican vacant
Stephen
Grover
Cleveland
Mar. 4,
1885
Mar. 4,
1889
Democratic Thomas A. Hendricks 25
vacant
Benjamin Harrison Mar. 4,
1889
Mar. 4,
1893
Republican Levi P. Morton 26
Stephen
Grover
Cleveland

(2nd term)
Mar. 4,
1893
Mar. 4,
1897
Democratic Adlai E. Stevenson I 27
William
McKinley, Jr.
Mar. 4,
1897
Sep. 14,
1901
Republican Garret Hobart 28
vacant
Theodore Roosevelt 29
20st Century
Theodore D.
Roosevelt
Sep. 14,
1901
Mar. 4,
1909
Republican vacant
Charles W. Fairbanks 30
William
Howard
Taft
Mar. 4,
1909
Mar. 4,
1913
Republican James S. Sherman 31
vacant
Thomas
Woodrow
Wilson
Mar. 4,
1913
Mar. 4,
1921
Democratic Thomas R. Marshall 32
33
Warren
Gamaliel
Harding
Mar. 4,
1921
Aug. 2,
1923
Republican Calvin Coolidge 34
John
Calvin
Coolidge, Jr.
Aug. 2,
1923
Mar. 4,
1929
Republican vacant
Charles G. Dawes 35
Herbert
Clark
Hoover
Mar. 4,
1929
Mar. 4,
1933
Republican Charles Curtis 36
Franklin
Delano
Roosevelt
Mar. 4,
1933
Apr. 12,
1945
Democratic John Nance Garner 37
38
Henry A. Wallace 39
Harry S. Truman 40
Harry S.
Truman
Apr. 12,
1945
Jan. 20,
1953
Democratic vacant
Alben W. Barkley 41
Dwight
David
Eisenhower
Jan. 20,
1953
Jan. 20,
1961
Republican Richard Nixon 42
43
John
Fitzgerald
Kennedy
Jan. 20,
1961
Nov. 22,
1963
Democratic Lyndon B. Johnson 44
Lyndon
Baines
Johnson
Nov. 22,
1963
Jan. 20,
1969
Democratic vacant
Hubert Humphrey 45
Richard
Milhous
Nixon
Jan. 20,
1969
Aug. 9,
1974
Republican Spiro
Agnew
46
47
vacant
Gerald
Ford
Gerald
Rudolph
Ford, Jr.
Aug. 9,
1974
Jan. 20,
1977
Republican vacant
Nelson Rockefeller
James
Earl
"Jimmy"
Carter, Jr.
Jan. 20,
1977
Jan. 20,
1981
Democratic Walter Mondale 48
Ronald
Wilson
Reagan
Jan. 20,
1981
Jan. 20,
1989
Republican George
H.W. Bush
49
50
George
Herbert
Walker
Bush
Jan. 20,
1989
Jan. 20,
1993
Republican Dan
Quayle
51
William
Jefferson
"Bill"
Clinton
Jan. 20,
1993
Jan. 20,
2001
Democratic Al
Gore
52
53
21st Century
George
Walker
Bush
Jan. 20,
2001
Jan. 20,
2009
Republican Dick
Cheney
54
55
Barack
Hussein
Obama II
Jan. 20,
2009
Incumbent   Democratic   Joe
Biden
56
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The United States of America is a federal constitutional republic comprising fifty states and a federal district as follows:
 
Official State Name USPS Flag Capital
State of Alabama AL Montgomery
State of Alaska AK Juneau
State of Arizona AZ Phoenix
State of Arkansas AR Little Rock
State of California CA Sacramento
State of Colorado CO Denver
State of Connecticut CT Hartford
State of Delaware DE Dover
State of Florida FL Tallahassee
State of Georgia GA Atlanta
State of Hawaii HI Honolulu
State of Idaho ID Boise
State of Illinois IL Springfield
State of Indiana IN Indianapolis
State of Iowa IA Des Moines
State of Kansas KS Topeka
Commonwealth of Kentucky KY Frankfort
State of Louisiana LA Baton Rouge
State of Maine ME Augusta
State of Maryland MD Annapolis
Commonwealth of Massachusetts MA Boston
State of Michigan MI Lansing
State of Minnesota MN Saint Paul
State of Mississippi MS Jackson
State of Missouri MO Jefferson City
State of Montana MT Helena
State of Nebraska NE Lincoln
State of Nevada NV Carson City
State of New Hampshire NH Concord
State of New Jersey NJ Trenton
State of New Mexico NM Santa Fe
State of New York NY Albany
State of North Carolina NC Raleigh
State of North Dakota ND Bismarck
State of Ohio OH Columbus
State of Oklahoma OK Oklahoma City
State of Oregon OR Salem
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania PA Harrisburg
State of Rhode Island
and Providence Plantations
RI Providence
State of South Carolina SC Columbia
State of South Dakota SD Pierre
State of Tennessee TN Nashville
State of Texas TX Austin
State of Utah UT Salt Lake City
State of Vermont VT Montpelier
Commonwealth of Virginia VA Richmond
State of Washington WA Olympia
State of West Virginia WV Charleston
State of Wisconsin WI Madison
State of Wyoming WY Cheyenne
Info Source: Wikipedia
 
 
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