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The second youngest elected president was Theodore Roosevelt. He was 42 years old (the youngest president) when he assumed office after the death of William McKinley. However, when he was elected (voted in by the citizens) he was 45 years old. JFK was the youngest elected president, he was 43 years old.

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Dwight Eisenhower left office at age 70 and is the second oldest after Reagan who left office at 77.

If you are talking about the second oldest president at the time of inauguration, that would be William Henry Harrison, 68, who was the second oldest after Reagan, 69.

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Ronald Regan he was elected at the age of 69

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The second oldest living president is Jimmy Carter who is a few months younger than Bush Sr.

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Ronald Reagan was the oldest person to be elected president of the United States in 1980. He was 69 years and 349 days old.

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The winner of the second U.S. presidential election was George Washington. The second person to be elected U.S. President was John Adams.

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Richard Milhouse Nixon, Age 86

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William Henry Harrison

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Ronald Reagan

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Obama

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How many times may times may a person be elected president?

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What amendment states no person be elected president more than twice No person who has held the office of president for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected president?

Amendment 22 is what you are thinking of.


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