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By the end of his current term he will be the second-oldest sitting Vice President in U.S. history.

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Q: What age was biden when he was elected for vice president?
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What are the qualifications for the president and the vice president to be elected?

you must be 35 years of age born in U.S.A resident for 14 years those are all the qualifications written in the constitution

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What age was George Washington elected as president?

George Washington was 57 years old when he was elected as president.

Who was the youngest president of the US?

Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest at age 42, however John F Kennedy was the youngest elected president, being 43.President John F Kennedy was elected to the presidency when he was 43, making him our youngest president.Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest President when he succeeded William McKinley at 42 in 1901.John F. Kennedy was the youngest elected President, inaugurated at the age of 43 in 1961.The youngest American to become President was Theodore Roosevelt. He became President at the age of 42 due to the assassination of his President, Wm. Mckinley.John Kennedy was the youngest person to be elected to the presidency-- he was 43 when he took office.Theodore Roosevelt, was the youngest president ever. He assumed office on September 14,1901, at the age of 42, following the assassination of William McKinley but he had been elected as the vice-president, not as the president.John F. Kennedy at 43 years of age was the youngest person to actually run for president and be elected as president.Theodore (Teddy) Rosevelt at the age of 42. He was elected in 1901-1909.Theodore Roosevelt, at the age of 42, was the "youngest person to become a U.S. President". He became President when McKinley was assassinated.John F. Kennedy, at the age of 43, was the youngest person to be elected U.S. President.

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Ronald Regan he was elected at the age of 69

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How old do you have to be to be elected as vice president?

The minimum age is 35. :D

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He became a U.S. Senator from Delaware at age 30.

Who was elected to the US Senate at age 29 Biden or Ryan?


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Born in 1942, Joe Biden became an attorney in 1969 (age 27). In 1970, he was elected to the County Council in New Castle County, Delaware. In 1972, he was elected to the US Senate, where he served (37 years) until 2009 when he assumed the office of Vice President of the United States.

Facts about vice president joe biden?

In 2012, at age 70, Joe Biden became the 2nd oldest person in U.S. history to win a vice-presidential election (the oldest was 71-year-old Alben Barkley, who served under Harry Truman).The 18 years & 8 months difference between the ages of President Obama and Vice President Biden is the 4th-largest of the 49 President/Vice-President pairs to date. In cases where the Vice President is older than the President, it ranks #1.On November 8, 2009, Joe Biden became the 10th-oldest sitting Vice President in U.S. history, bumping Thomas R. Marshall (Woodrow Wilson's Vice President) to #11.On November 30, 2009, Joe Biden became the 9th-oldest sitting Vice President, bumping William R. King (Franklin Pierce's Vice President) to #10.On November 10, 2010, Joe Biden became the 8th-oldest sitting Vice President, bumping Dick Cheney (George W. Bush's Vice President) to #9.On June 4, 2011, Joe Biden became the 7th-oldest sitting Vice President, bumping Nelson Rockefeller (Gerald Ford's Vice President) to #8.On September 7, 2011, Joe Biden became the 6th-oldest sitting Vice President, bumping Levi Morton (Benjamin Harrison's Vice President) to #7.On March 27, 2013, Joe Biden became the 5th-oldest sitting Vice President, bumping Elbridge Gerry (James Madison's 2nd Vice President) to #6.

Which vice president was elected to the US Senate at age 29?

John C. Calhoun

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Gerald Ford was elected to office as a U.S. Representative in 1949 at the age of 36. He was not elected to the office of Vice President. He was appointed after Spiro Agnew resigned. He was also not elected to the office of President, and became President after Richard Nixon resigned.

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