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The Vice Presidents are listed in chronological order.

For facts about and links to any Vice President, click on the name:

John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
George Clinton
Elbridge Gerry
Daniel D. Tompkins
John C. Calhoun
Martin Van Buren
Richard Mentor Johnson
John Tyler
George Mifflin Dallas
Millard Fillmore
William Rufus King
John C. Breckinridge
Hannibal Hamlin
Andrew Johnson
Schuyler Colfax
Henry Wilson
William Wheeler
Chester Alan Arthur
Thomas Hendricks
Levi Parsons Morton
Adlai E. Stevenson
Garret A. Hobart
Theodore Roosevelt
Charles W. Fairbanks
James Sherman
Thomas Marshall
Calvin Coolidge
Charles G. Dawes
Charles Curtis
John Nance Garner
Henry A. Wallace
Harry S. Truman
Alben W. Barkley
Richard M. Nixon
Lyndon B. Johnson
Hubert H. Humphrey
Spiro T. Agnew
Gerald R. Ford
Nelson Rockefeller
Walter Mondale
George Bush
Dan Quayle
Al Gore
Dick Cheney



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The Vice Presidents
of the United States

Dick Cheney
Dick Cheney
  Joseph Lieberman
Joseph Lieberman
  Winona LaDuke
Winona LaDuke
Ezola Foster
Ezola Foster
  Nat Goldhaber
Nat Goldhaber
  Art Olivier

Art Olivier

Dick Cheney Republican

Running with George W. Bush

Born: January 30, 1941
State: Wyoming (born: Nebraska)
Party: Republican

--Graduated from the University of Wyoming (1965).
--Congressional Fellow (1968-69).
--Special Assistant to the Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity (1969-70).
--White House Staff Assistant (1971).
--Assistant Director, Cost of Living Council (1971-73).
--Deputy Assistant to the President (1974-75).
--Chief of Staff to President Gerald Ford (1975-77).
--U.S. House of Representatives from Wyoming (1979-89).
--Secretary of Defense (1989-93).
--Vice Chairman, Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce (1994-95).
--CEO of Halliburton Company (1995-2000).
--Republican candidate for Vice President of the United States (2000).
Cheney Links:

*Republican Party Biography. *Congressional Biography.
*ABC News Biography.
*Congressional Quarterly Profile.
*MSNBC Profile.
*Cheney Files in the Gerald R. Ford Library.
*Congressman Cheney.
*Secretary Cheney.
*Secretary Cheney in 1990.
*Persian Gulf War.
*Booknotes Interview with Bob Woodward on the Persian Gulf War.
*Review of Woodward's "The Commanders".
*Cheney and Oliver North.
*No Run in '96.
*CEO of Halliburton Company.
*His Search Leads to Himself.
*Accepting the Nomination.
*The Westerner.
*Lack of Military Service.
*The Controversial Mrs. Cheney.
*On Mary Cheney, His Daughter.
*Bush/Cheney Home Page.
*Republican Party Home Page.

Joseph Lieberman Democrat

Running with Al Gore

Born: February 24, 1942
State: Connecticut
Party: Democrat

--Graduated from Yale University (1964).
--Graduated from Yale Law School (1967); admitted to the Connecticut bar.
--Connecticut State Senate (1971-81).
--Majority Leader, Connecticut State Senate (1975-81).
--Failed Democrat nominee for U.S. House (1980).
--Connecticut Attorney General (1983-89).
--U.S. Senate from Connecticut (1989-present).
--Democrat candidate for Vice President of the United States (2000).
Lieberman Links:

*Democrat Party Biography.
*Senate Biography.
*Senate Home Page.
*ABC News Biography.
*Congressional Quarterly Profile.
*MSNBC Profile.
*Connecticut Politician.
*Senate Voting Record.
*An Orthodox Jew In Public Life.
*Critic and Supporter of Clinton.
*Democrat Party Platform.
*Jewish Response.
*The Washington Monthly on Lieberman.
*Jonah Goldberg on Lieberman.
*The ACLU on Lieberman.
*Gore/Lieberman Home Page.
*Democrat Party Home Page.

Winona LaDuke Green

Running with Ralph Nader

Born: 1959
State: Minnesota
Party: Green

--Graduated from Harvard University.
--Founder of the White Earth Land Recovery Project.
--Founder of the Indigenous Women's Network.
--Earth Legacy Board Member.
--Member of the Board of Directors of Greenpeace USA.
--Nominated by Time Magazine as one of the "50 leaders of the Future" (1994).
--Failed Green Party candidate for Vice President of the United States (1996).
--Green Party candidate for Vice President of the United States (2000).
LaDuke Links:

*Green Party Biographies.
*'s LaDuke Page.
*Indian Times Interview.
*Z Magazine Interview. Anishinabeg Activist.
*Indiginous Rights Activist.
*Earth Legacy Board Member.
*1996 Candidacy.
*Sojourners Article by LaDuke.
*Green Party Convention, 2000.
*Green Party Platform. *Nader/LaDuke Home Page.
*Green Party Home Page.

Ezola Foster Reform

Running with Pat Buchanan

State: California (born: Louisiana)
Party: Reform

--Graduate of Texas Southern University.
--A teacher and administrator in the Los Angeles public school system for 33 years, now retired.
--Failed candidate for the California State Assembly in both 1984 and 1986.
--Writer and lecturer.
--President of Americans for Family Values.
--Reform candidate for Vice President of the United States (2000).
Foster Links:

*Reform Party Biography.
*Buchanan Announces Foster.
*AP Profile.
*ABC News Report.
*MSNBC on the Reform Party Convention.
*Ypsilanti Courier Profile from 1998.
*President of Americans for Family Values.

*John Birch Society Lecturer.
*Foster on Buchanan, Fulani, and the Reform Party.
*Article by Foster at The New American.
*A PBS Newshour Forum on Immigration Reform.
*Stop Ebonics.
*Buchanan/Foster Home Page.
*Reform Party Home Page.

Nat Goldhaber Reform

Running with John Hagelin

Party: Reform

--Graduated from Maharishi International University (1973).
--CEO and founder of Centram Systems (1981-83).
--CEO and founder of Centram Systems West (1984-88).
--President of Cole Gilburne Goldhaber & Ariyoshi Management (1988-91).
--CEO of Kaleida Labs (1992-94).
--CEO and founder of Cybergold (1994-2000).
--Reform candidate for Vice President of the United States (2000).
Goldhaber Links:

*Buchanan Versus Hagelin.
*AP Profile.
*ABC on the Reform Party Split.
*Brief Profile from
*Brief Profile from ZDTV.
*High Tech Exec.
*Executive Viewpoint.
*CEO of Cybergold.
*Forbes on Cybergold.
*Wired on Cybergold.
*Hagelin Hires Cybergold.
* Buys Cybergold.
*Cybergold Home Page.
* Home Page.
*The Hagelin/Goldhaber Ticket.
*Hagelin/Goldhaber Home Page.
*Reform Party Home Page.

Art Olivier Libertarian

Running with Harry Browne

State: California
Party: Libertarian

--Graduated from Cerritos College.
--Engineer at McDonnell Douglas, now Boeing (1979-present).
--Producer and Host, The Political Money Trail cable TV show (1990-96).
--Failed candidate for the California Assembly, 54th District (1990).
--Failed candidate for the Bellflower Council (1992).
--Member of the Bellflower Redevelopment Agency (1994-99).
--Councilman, Bellflower, California (1994-97).
--Mayor Pro-Tem, Bellflower (1997-98).
--Mayor, City of Bellflower (1998-99).
--Member of the Policy Board, Southeast Los Angeles County Private Industry Council (1994-99).
--Director, Los Angeles County Sanitation District (1998-99).
--Libertarian candidiate for Vice President of the United States (2000).
Olivier Links:

*Libertarian Party Biographies.
*Councilman Olivier.
*Mayor Olivier.
*Running for Vice President.
*C-SPAN Covers the Libertarian Convention.
*Libertarian Convention, 2000.
*Libertarian Ticket, 2000.
*Libertarian Party Platform.
*Feder on the Libertarians.
*Olivier and Others Respond to Feder.
*Olivier on the Federal Government.
*Olivier on Privatization.
*Browne/Olivier Home Page.
*Libertarian Party Home Page.

To see the fact sheet and links for a Vice President, click on his last name:
Introduction Adams, Jefferson, Burr, Clinton, Gerry, Tompkins, Calhoun, Van Buren, RM Johnson, Tyler, Dallas, Fillmore, King, Breckenridge, Hamlin, A Johnson, Colfax, Wilson, Wheeler, Arthur, Hendricks, Morton, Stevenson, Hobart, Roosevelt, Fairbanks, Sherman Marshall, Coolidge, Dawes, Curtis, Garner, Wallace, Truman, Barkley, Nixon LB Johnson, Humphrey, Agnew, Ford, Rockefeller, Mondale, Bush, Quayle, Gore, Cheney.
2000 Nominees.