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2nd John Adams, Massachusetts VP: Thomas Jefferson
3rd Thomas Jefferson, Virginia VP2: Aaron Burr VP2: George Clinton
4th James Madison, Virginia VP1: George Clinton VP2: Elbridge Gerry
5th James Monroe, Virginia VP: Daniel D. Tompkins
6th John Quincy Adams, Virginia VP: John C. Calhoun
7th Andrew Jackson, Massachusetts VP1: John C. Calhoun VP2: Martin Van Buren
8th Martin Van Buren, South Carolina VP: Richard Mentor Johnson
9th William Henry Harrison, New York VP: John Tyler
10th John Tyler, Virginia VP: Office Vacant
11th James K. Polk, North Carolina VP: George M. Dallas
12th Zachary Taylor, Virginia VP: Millard Fillmore
13th Millard Fillmore, New York VP: Office Vacant
14th Franklin Pierce, New Hampshire VP: William R. King
15th James Buchanan, Pennsylvania VP: John C. Breckinridge
16th Abraham Lincoln, Kentucky VP1: Hannibal Hamlin VP2: Andrew Johnson
17th Andrew Johnson, North Carolina VP: Office Vacant
18th Ulysses S. Grant, Ohio VP1: Schuyler Colfax VP2: Henry Wilson
19th Rutherford B. Hayes, Ohio VP: William A. Wheeler
20th James Garfield, Ohio VP: Chester A. Arthur
21st Chester A. Arthur, Vermont VP: Office Vacant
22nd Grover Cleveland, New Jersey VP: Thomas A. Hendricks
23rd Benjamin Harrison, Ohio VP: Levi P. Morton
24th Grover Cleveland, New Jersey VP: Adlai Stevenson
25th William McKinley, Ohio VP1: Garret Hobart VP2: Theodore Roosevelt
26th Theodore Roosevelt, New York VP: Charles W. Fairbanks
27th William Howard Taft, Ohio VP: James S. Sherman
28th Woodrow Wilson, Virginia VP: Thomas R. Marshall
29th Warren G. Harding, Ohio VP: Calvin Coolidge
30th Calvin Coolidge, Vermont VP: Charles G. Dawes
31st Herbert Hoover, Iowa VP: Charles Curtis
32nd Franklin D. Roosevelt, New York VP1: John Nance Garner VP2: Henry A. Wallace VP3: Harry S. Truman
33rd Harry S. Truman, Missouri VP: Alben W. Barkley
34th Dwight D. Eisenhower, Texas VP: Richard Nixon
35th John F. Kennedy, Massachusetts VP: Lyndon B. Johnson
36th Lyndon B. Johnson, Texas VP: Hubert Humphrey
37th Richard Nixon, California VP1: Spiro Agnew VP2: Gerald Ford
38th Gerald Ford, Nebraska VP: Nelson Rockefeller
39th Jimmy Carter, Georgia VP: Walter Mondale
40th Ronald Reagan, Illinois VP: George H.W. Bush
41st George H.W. Bush, Massachusetts VP: Dan Quayle
42nd Bill Clinton, Arkansas VP: Al Gore
43rd George W. Bush, Connecticut VP: Dick Cheney
44th Barack Obama, Hawaii VP: Joe Biden
1st George Washington, Virginia VP: John Adams
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