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The Vice-President of the United States was Al Gore from January 20, 1993 to January 20, 2001, including all of 1996.

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Jack Kemp, former Congressman from New York and Buffalo Bills quarterback, ran with Dole in 1996.

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Dick Cheney Took office 2001 and left 2009

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The winning candidate VP was Al Gore; the loser was the incumbent, Dan Quayle.

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Who was the vice presidential candidate in 1992?

Democrat: Al Gore. Republican: Dan Quayle.


Who was the Republican vice presidential candidate in 2012?

Paul Ryan


Who is the vice-president candidate?

Female Major Party Candidates:Geraldine Ferraro - 1984 Democratic Party Vice Presidential NomineeSarah Palin - 2008 Republican Party Vice Presidential Nominee


Who will be the vice presidential candidates for each presidential candidate running for office?

On the Democratic side: Joe Biden On the Republican side: Sarah Palin


When is the vice presidential candidate chosen?

The candidate for vice-president is nominated at the same national convention that nominates the presidential candidate.


When is the vice presidential candidate offficially chosen?

The candidate for vice-president is nominated at the same national convention that nominates the presidential candidate.


What is the vice presidential candidate called during the presidential campaign?

presidential candidate's running mate


Where is palen from?

If you mean pollen, it comes from flowering plants. If you mean Palin the 2008 Republican vice-Presidential candidate, it comes from Alaska.


What speech helped Nixon's stave off criticism and remain on the Republican ticket as the vice presidential candidate in 1952?

Checkers speech


Is Paul Ryan a Mormon?

No. Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Ryan is not a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church). Paul Ryan is Catholic.


Does the presidential and vice presidential represent the democratic and republican parties?

No


What do you call a person who will run for a president?

The two men who ran for Vice President were Joseph Biden (Democrat) and Paul Ryan (Republican). Since President Obama won re-election in 2012, and Joe Biden was his running-mate, Mr. Biden won a second term as Vice President.