George Washington


Who was Washington’s vice president?

John Adams of Massachusetts served as Washington’s vice president during both of his terms. Adams received thirty-four electoral votes in the 1789 election and seventy-seven electoral votes in the 1792 election. He would later become the country’s second president after Washington declined to run for a third term.


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