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Under the United States Constitution, the President of the United States is the head of state and head of government of the United States. As chief of the executive branch and face of the federal government as a whole, the presidency is the highest political office in the United States by influence and recognition. The president is also the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces. The president is indirectly elected to a four-year term by an Electoral College (or by the House of Representatives, should the Electoral College fail to award an absolute majority of votes to any person). Since the ratification of the Twenty-second Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1951, no person may be elected president more than twice, and no one who has served more than two years of a term to which someone else was elected may be elected more than once. Upon the death, resignation, or removal from office of an incumbent president, the vice president assumes the office. The president must be at least 35 years of age, has to have lived in the United States for 14 years, and has to be a "natural born" citizen of the United States.

List of U.S. Presidents under the Constitution of 1787

No. President State Term of office Party Previous office Vice President/

Notes

1. George Washington

(1732-1799, aged 67)

Virginia April 30, 1789-

March 4, 1797

Non-partisan Commander-in-chief of the Continental Army

(1775-1783)

John Adams
2. John Adams

(1735-1826, aged 90)

Massachusetts March 4, 1787-1801 Federalist 1st Vice President of the United States Thomas Jefferson
3. Thomas Jefferson

(1743-1826, aged 83)

Virginia March 4,

1801-1809

Democratic-

Republican

2nd Vice President of the United States Aaron Burr

(1801-1805)

George Clinton

(1805-1812)

4. James Madison

(1751-1836, aged 85)

Virginia March 4,

1809-1817

Democratic-

Republican

5th U.S. Secretary of State Elbridge Gerry

(1813-1814)

5. James Monroe

(1758-1831, aged 73)

Virginia March 4, 1817-1825 Democratic-

Republican

7th U.S. Secretary of State Daniel D.

Tompkins

6. John Quincy Adams

(1767-1848, aged 80)

Massachusetts March 4, 1825-1829 Democratic-

Republican

8th U.S. Secretary of State John C. Calhoun
7. Andrew Jackson

(1767-1845, aged 78)

Tennessee March 4,

1829-1837

Democratic U.S. Senator from Tennessee

(1823-1825)

Martin Van Buren

(1833-1837)

8. Martin Van Buren

(1782-1862, aged 79)

New York March 4,

1837-1841

Democratic 8th Vice President of the United States

(1833-1837)

Richard Mentor Johnson
9. William Henry Harrison

(1773-1841, aged 68)

Ohio March 4-

April 4,

1841

Whig United States Minister to Colombia

(1828-1829)

John Tyler
10. John Tyler

(1790-1862, aged 71)

Virginia April 4, 1841- March 4, 1845 Whig/

Independent

10th Vice President of the United States VACANT
11. James K. Polk

(1795-1849, aged 53)

Tennessee March 4,

1845-1849

Democratic 9th Governor of Tennessee

(1839-1841)

George M.

Dallas

12. Zachary Taylor

(1784-1850, aged 65)

Louisiana March 4, 1849- July 9, 1850 Whig Major General of the 1st Infantry Regiment, US Army (1846-1849) Millard Fillmore
13. Millard Fillmore

(1800-1874, aged 74)

New York July 9, 1850-March 4, 1853 Whig 12th Vice President of the United States VACANT
14. Franklin Pierce

(1804-1869,

aged 64)

New Hampshire March 4,

1853-1857

Democratic Brigadier General of the 9th Infantry, US Army (1847/8) William R. King

(1853)

15. James Buchanan

(1791-1868,

aged 77)

Pennsylvania March 4,

1857-1861

Democratic U.S. Minister to the Court of St. James's

(1853-1856)

John C.

Breckenridge

16. Abraham Lincoln

(1809-1861,

aged 56)

Illinois March 4, 1861- April 15, 1865 Republican U.S. Representative from Illinois' 7th (1847-1849) Hannibal Hamlin (1861-1865)

Andrew Johnson (1865)

17. Andrew Johnson

(1808-1875, aged 66)

Tennessee April 15, 1865- March 4, 1869 Democratic 16th Vice President of the United States VACANT
18. Ulysses S. Grant

(1822-1885, aged 63)

Ohio March 4, 1869-1877 Republican Commanding General of the U.S. Army

(1864-1869)

Schuyler Colfax (1869-1873)

Henry Wilson

(1873-1875)

19. Rutherford B. Hayes

(1822-1893, aged 70)

Ohio March 4,

1877-1881

Republican 32nd Governor of Ohio (1868-1872, 1876-1877) William A. Wheeler
20. James A. Garfield

(1831-1881, aged 49)

Ohio March 4, 1881- September 19, 1881 Republican U.S. Representative from Ohio's 19th

(1863-1881)

Chester A. Arthur
21. Chester A. Arthur

(1829-1886, aged 57)

New York September 19, 1881-

March 4, 1885

Republican 20th Vice President of the United States VACANT
22. Grover Cleveland

(1837-1908, aged 71)

New York March 4,

1885-1889

Democratic 28th Governor of New York

(1883-1885)

Thomas A. Hendricks

(1885)

23. Benjamin Harrison

(1833-1901, aged 67)

Indiana March 4, 1889-1893 Republican U.S. Senator from Indiana (1881-1887) Levi P. Morton
24. Grover Cleveland

(1837-1809, aged 71)

New York March 4,

1893-1897

Democratic 22nd President of the United States

(1885-1889)

Adlai Stevenson
25. William McKinley

(1843-1901, aged 58)

Ohio March 4, 1897-September 14, 1901 Republican 39th Governor of Ohio

(1892-1896)

Garret Hobart (1897-1899)

Theodore Roosevelt (1901)

26. Theodore Roosevelt

(1858-1919, aged 60)

New York September 14,1901-March 4,1909 Republican 25th Vice President of the United States Charles W. Fairbanks

(1905-1909)

27. William Howard Taft

(1857-1930, aged 72)

Ohio March 4,

1909-1913

Republican 42nd U.S. Secretary of War

(1904-1908)

James S. Sherman

(1909-1912)

28. Woodrow Wilson

(1856-1924, aged 67)

New Jersey March 4,

1913-1921

Democratic 34th Governor of New Jersey

(1911-1913)

Thomas R.

Marshall

29. Warren G. Harding

(1865-1923, aged 57)

Ohio March 4, 1921-

Aug. 2, 1923

Republican U.S. Senator from Ohio

(1915-1921)

Calvin Coolidge
30. Calvin Coolidge

(1872-1933, aged 60)

Massachusetts Aug. 2, 1923-

Mar. 4, 1929

Republican 29th Vice President of the United States Charles G. Dawes

(1925-1929)

31. Herbert Hoover

(1874-1964, aged 90)

Iowa March 4,

1929-1933

Republican 3rd U.S. Secretary of Commerce

(1921-1928)

Charles Curtis
32. Franklin D.

Roosevelt

(1882-1945, aged 63)

New York March 4, 1933-

April 12, 1945

Democratic 44th Governor of New York

(1929-1932)

John N. Garner

(1933-1941)

Henry A. Wallace (1941-1945)

Harry Truman (1945)

33. Harry S. Truman

(1884-1972, aged 88)

Missouri April 12, 1945-

January 20, 1953

Democratic 34th Vice President of the United States Alben W. Barkley

(1949-1953)

34. Dwight D.

Eisenhower

(1890-1969, aged 78)

Kansas January 20,

1953-1961

Republican Supreme Allied Commander, Europe

(1949-1952)

Richard M. Nixon
35. John F. Kennedy

(1917-1963, aged 46)

Massachusetts January 20, 1961-

November 22, 1963

Democratic U.S. Senator from Massachusetts

(1953-1960)

Lyndon B.

Johnson

36. Lyndon B. Johnson

(1908-1973, aged 64)

Texas Nov. 22, 1963-

January 20, 1969

Democratic 37th Vice President of the United States Hubert Humphrey

(1965-1969)

37. Richard M. Nixon

(1913-1994, aged 81)

California Jan. 20, 1969-

Nov. 5, 1973

Republican 36th Vice President of the United States Spiro Agnew

(1969-1973)

AP. Carl Albert

(1908-2000, aged 91)

Oklahoma Nov. 5, 1973-

Jan. 20, 1975

Democratic 46th Speaker of the House of Representatives Vacant
38. Matthew Sinclair

(1932-2016, aged 83)

New York Jan. 20, 1975-

Jan. 20,

1979

Republican U.S. Senator from New York

(1968-1975)

Robert Dole

(1975-1979)

39. Robert Nichols

(1925-2018, aged 93)

Indiana Jan. 20, 1979-

Jan. 20,

1987

Democratic U.S. Senator from Indiana

(1969-1979)

?

(1979-1987)

40. Tom Bradley

(1917-1998, aged 81)

California Jan. 20, 1987-

Jan. 20,

1991

Democratic Governor of California

(1983-1987)

Lloyd Bentsen

(1987-1991)

41. William Morgan

(1933-?)

Kansas Jan. 20, 1991-

Jan. 20,

1999

Republican U.S. Senator from Kansas

(1975-1991)

Ellis Briar

(1991-1999)

42. Ellis Briar

(1947-?)

Connecticut Jan. 20, 1999-

Jan. 20, 2003

Republican 43rd Vice President of the United States

(1991-1999)

?

(1999-2003)

43. Henry Raymond

(1953-?)

Massachusetts Jan. 20, 2003-

Jan. 20,

2011

Democratic U.S. Senator from Massachusetts

(1985-2003)

Richard Agee

(2003-2011)

44. John Hansen

(1955-?)

Michigan Jan. 20, 2011-

Jan. 20,

2019

Republican Governor of Michigan

(2003-2011)

John Boyer

(2011-2019)

45. Luke Nichols

(1976-2023, aged 46)

Indiana Jan. 20, 2019-

May 23,

2023

Democratic

(2019-2023)/

Independent

(2023)

Governor of Indiana

(2013-2019)

James Hill

(2019-2023)

Camille Shah

(2023)

ACiC. Leona Richards Maryland May 7-23, 2023 Independent Chairwoman of the Joint Chiefs Vacant
AP. Hank Harm Tennessee May 8-23, 2023 Republican Speaker of the House (2023) Vacant
46. Camille Shah Arizona May 23, 2023-

Jan. 20, 2031

Tomorrow

Caucus

48th Vice President of the United States

(2023)

Hank Harm

(2023-2031)

47. Lourdes Lopez California Jan. 20, 2031-

Jan. 20,

2039

Tomorrow

Coalition

U.S. Assemblymember from California ?

(2031-2039)

48. Joel Rosenbaum New York Jan. 20, 2039-

Sept. 26,

2039

Tomorrow

Coalition

U.S. Representative from New York Richard Owens

(2039)

49. Richard Owens Illinois Sept. 26, 2039-

Jan. 20, 2043

Tomorrow

Coalition

51st Vice President of the United States ?

(2039-2043)

50. Carlos Guzman Colorado Jan. 20, 2043-

Jan. 20, 2047

Orthodox

American

Governor of Colorado ?

(2043-2047)

51. James Q. Barrett South Carolina Jan. 20, 2047-

Jan. 1,

2055

Independent U.S. Army General ?

(2047?)

52. Megan McCann California Jan. 1, 2055-

Jan. 1,

2061

National

Continental

(NATCON)-

Pacific Alliance

Secretary of Science and Technology 1st caucasian female
53. Marquis C. Thompson Texas Jan. 1, 2061-

Jan. 1,

2067

National

Continental

(NATCON)- Texas Republic

Astrophysicist/

Secretary of Energy

3rd African American male
54. Doug Dykstra, Jr. New York Jan. 1, 2067-

Jan. 1,

2073

National Continental

(NATCON)-

Northeastern Coalition

CEO of Vega Aerospace
55. Susan T. Beaulieu Florida Jan. 1, 2073-

Jan. 1,

2079

National

Continental

(NATCON)-

Florida

Former NASA astronaut 1st African American female
56. Trent Nielsen Illinois Jan. 1, 2079-

Jan. 1,

2085

National Continental

(NATCON)-

Great Lakes region

Vice President of the United States
57. Kimberly Medford Pennsylvania Jan. 1,

2085-

Jan. 1, 2091

National Continental

(NATCON)-

Great Lakes region

Member of the House of Representatives
58. Dollie Hernandez Ohio Jan. 1, 2091-

Jan. 1, 2097

National Continental

(NATCON)-

Great Lakes bloc

Mayor of Cleveland
59. Sonia Duran Georgia Jan. 1, 2097-

Jan. 1, 2103

National Continental

(NATCON)-

Piedmont Atlantic

Mayor of Atlanta
60. Carissa Decker Michigan Jan. 1, 2103-

Jan. 1, 2109

National Continental

(NATCON)- Great Lakes bloc

Governor of Michigan
61. Theo Prim North Carolina Jan. 1, 2109-

Jan. 1, 2115

National Continental

(NATCON)- Piedmont Atlantic

Administrator of the U.S. Civil Service

List of U.S. Presidents under the Federal Continuity Charter of 2105

*In the latter half of the 21st century, a consensus emerged among the various surviving world governments which stated that the efforts to "slow and reverse" climate change had failed and a much more radical approach would be needed to restore the planet's equilibrium. For several years, scientists around the world struggled to find a solution until pop scientist Dr. Thanh Hamby of Australia suggested that the only viable alternative was to relocate the population of the planet Earth and resettle the citizens on nearby space stations, Lunar colonies or other locals further into the Solar System. As the climate crisis worsened it was determined that to enact Dr. Hamby's alternative. The governments of the world quickly contracted to an ANR-subsidiary called Coyote Corporation (which was later revealed to dabble in experimental flash cloning and mind uploading) to assist in the relocation efforts. Their deadline was stated for 2150, with another newly formed corporation called Terrestrial Renewal contracted to induce a global ice age which would in theory last between 500 and 1,500 years, after which point planetary homeostasis would be near 100% of pre-industrial levels and capable of resettlement. The U.S. government passed the Federal Continuity Charter of 2105, which stated that by 2150, the U.S. Cabinet, Congress and Supreme Court would be temporarily suspended until which time that the U.S. government could reclaim its states, territories and other possessions. The U.S. government would then grant full control of its remaining armed forces and law making powers to the Federal Council. The Council is essentially a "government-in-exile," it consists of a five-member panel which would be elected separately every two years by American citizens while the Council-members would elect the President. The elected President would then serve one five-year term and an additional five-year term (if the newly elected council approves), for a total of two consecutive terms. The President serves in a non-partisan capacity and all Presidents were former Council-members. The first Act passed by the Council in 2157, approved of a 1,000-year lease for the former possessions of the U.S. government. It expires 3157. They also passed a law that established the seat of the new federal government-in-exile would be in the city of Armstrong on the Moon. The primary defense force of the U.S. government after the relocation is the U.S. Space Command which now has sub-branches that specialize in land, sea and aerial combat.

No. President Representation Term of office Notes
1. Winemar Woller Washington Orbital/

Armstrong

Jan. 20, 2157-Jan. 3, 2167 European-American male
2. Hakan Axon Armstrong Jan. 3, 2167-Jan. 3, 2177 Turkish-American male
3. Ed Canning Armstrong Jan. 3, 2177-Jan. 3, 2187 African-American male
4. Perryn Roy Armstrong Jan. 3, 2187-Jan. 3, 2197 French-American male
5. Stanley Clayton Armstrong Jan. 3, 2197-Jan. 3, 2207 African-American male
6. Bente Gelling Armstrong Jan. 3, 2207-Jan. 3, 2217 European-American female
7. Randall Eger Armstrong Jan. 3, 2217-Jan. 3, 2227 European-American male
8. Farolt Baccus Armstrong Jan. 3, 2227-Nov. 2, 2229* European-American male
9. Marenus Randle Collins Orbital/

Sea of Tranquility

Nov. 2, 2229-Jan. 3, 2232 African-American male
10. Braden Peele Sea of Tranquility Jan. 3, 2232-Jan. 3, 2242 Hispanic-American male
11. Aubine Colvin New Armstrong Jan. 3, 2242-Jan. 3, 2252 African-American female
12. Heiko Cassell New Armstrong Jan. 3, 2252-Jan. 3, 2262 Asian-American male
13. Alexandrine Bowers New Armstrong Jan. 3, 2262-Jan. 3, 2272 European-American female
14. Kasey Pinwell New Armstrong Jan. 3, 2272-Jan. 3, 2282 European-American female
15. Trevon Pennington New Armstrong Jan. 3, 2282-Jan. 3, 2292 African-American male
16. Salma Chesney New Armstrong Jan. 3, 2292-Jan. 3, 2302 Hispanic-American female
17. Zane Blumenthal New Armstrong Jan. 3, 2302- (as of 2307) African-American female

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