Number 4 in Government & History

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The number of years in an elected term for a U.S. President.

 

Georgia was the 4th state to ratify the U.S. Constitution to join the Union, on 2 January 1788.

 

The 4th U.S. President: James Madison (Republican, Virginia, 1809-1817).

 

The number of U.S. Presidents whose faces were sculptured on the 6,200-foot Mount Rushmore (Black Hills) of South Dakota, by the sculptor Gutzon Borglum, between 1927-1941: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt to respectively represent aspects of founding, philosophy, unity and expansion.

 

The number of the U.S. Presidents who were assassinated while in office: Abraham Lincoln (16th), James Abram Garfield (20th), William McKinley (25th) and John Fitzgerald Kennedy (35th).

 

The number of the U.S. Presidents who were born in Norfolk County, Massachusetts: John Adams (2nd), John Quincy Adams (6th), John Fitzgerald Kennedy (35th) and George Herbert Walker Bush (41st).

 

The number of the U.S. Presidents who reached the age of 90: John Adams (2nd), Herbert Clark Hoover (31st), Gerald Rudolph Ford (38th) and Ronald Wilson Reagan (40th).

 

3 & 4

The 3rd U.S. President: Thomas Jefferson (Republican, Virginia, 1801-1809).

His Vice Presidents were: Aaron Burr, Jr. (New York, 1801-1805), the 3rd U.S. Vice President and George Clinton (New York, 1805-1809), the 4th U.S. Vice President.

 

4 & 5

The 4th U.S. President: James Madison (Republican, Virginia, 1809-1817).

His Vice Presidents were: George Clinton (New York, 1809-1812, died), the 4th U.S. Vice President and Elbridge Thomas Gerry (Massachusetts, 1813-1814, died), the 5th U.S. Vice President. There was no Vice President in the periods 1812-1813 and 1814-1817.