List of Presidents of The United States By Other Offices Held

List Of Presidents Of The United States By Other Offices Held

This is a list of Presidents of the United States by other offices (either elected or appointive) held. Every President of the United States has served as either:

  • Vice President of the United States
  • a U.S. Senator
  • a Congressman
  • a Governor of a state
  • a Cabinet Secretary
  • a General of the United States Army

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... Other than immediate re-election to the Presidency President Office and jurisdiction Year Notes Thomas Jefferson President of the United States 1796 Won in 1800 ... Gazlay President of the United States 1836 Won in 1840 Abraham Lincoln United States Senator from Illinois 1858 Lost to Stephen Douglas Grover Cleveland District Attorney for Erie County ... Roosevelt Vice President of the United States 1920 Later became Governor of New York (1929–1933) John F ...

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