1899 in The United States - Incumbents

Incumbents

  • President: William McKinley (Republican)
  • Vice President: Garret Hobart (Republican) (until November 21), vacant (starting November 21)
  • Chief Justice: Melville Fuller
  • Speaker of the House of Representatives: Thomas Brackett Reed (R-Maine) (until March 4), David B. Henderson (R-Iowa) (starting December 4)
  • Congress: 55th (until March 4), 56th (starting March 4)

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