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  2. George Clinton (vice president) - Wikipedia

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    George Clinton (July 26, 1739 – April 20, 1812) [1] was an American soldier and statesman, considered one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. A prominent Democratic-Republican, Clinton served as the fourth vice president of the United States from 1805 until his death in 1812. He also served as the first governor of New York from ...

  3. George Clinton (1805-1809) | Miller Center

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    Clinton served again as governor of New York from 1801 to 1804. Despite having run unsuccessfully for vice president in 1788 and 1792, Clinton ran for the position again in 1804. Democratic-Republicans found him attractive as a candidate because, being from New York, he helped geographically balance President Thomas Jefferson from Virginia.

  4. George Clinton (1809-1812) | Miller Center

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    U.S. Presidents James Madison George Clinton (1809-1812) George Clinton was born in 1739 in Ulster County, New York, and his parents were Irish immigrants. He fought in the French and Indian War, and then he went to New York City to read law. After being accepted to the bar, he practiced law and became district attorney in 1765.

  5. George Clinton - U.S. Vice Presidents - LibGuides at ...

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    Biography George Clinton took office as the nation's fourth vice president on March 4, 1805. He was the second vice president to serve under Thomas Jefferson, having replaced fellow New Yorker Aaron Burr, whose intransigence in 1800 had nearly cost Jefferson the presidency.

  6. Clinton received the third most electoral votes in the election, as President George Washington and Vice President John Adams both won re-election. Clinton did not seek re-election in 1795, but served as governor again from 1801 to 1804. He was the longest-serving governor in U.S. history until Terry Branstad surpassed his record in 2015.

  7. August 6, 2022 Come out to the 83rd grand conclave in Charlotte,NC July 24th as we board the mothership to shoot the official video! View this post on Instagram A post shared by George ... Read More July 9, 2022 George Clinton & P-Funk talk 50 years of funk, “no setlist” rule, wild final tour

  8. Family tree of George CLINTON - Geneastar

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    Family tree of George CLINTON. American politician. Born George CLINTON. 4th Vice President of the United States. Born on July 26, 1739 in Little Britain, Province Of New York. Died on April 20, 1812 in Washington, D.C., USA. Born on July 26 44. Deceased on April 20 20.

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    President-elect George W. Bush stands with outgoing US President Bill Clinton and former rival US Vice president Al Gore shortly before Bush's... President-elect George W. Bush waves as he prepares to board his plane in Washington, DC during a snow storm for his return to Austin, Texas 19...

  10. George Clinton (vice president) - YouTube

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    George Clinton (July 26 [O.S. July 15] 1739 – April 20, 1812) was an American soldier and statesman, considered one of the Founding Fathers of the United Sta...

  11. List of vice presidents of the United States - Wikipedia

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    Two vice presidents— George Clinton and John C. Calhoun —served under more than one president. There are currently five living former vice presidents: Dan Quayle, Al Gore, Dick Cheney, Joe Biden and Mike Pence. The most recent former vice president to die was Walter Mondale on April 19, 2021. Contents 1 Vice presidents 2 Subsequent public office

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