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Woodrow Wilson

Presidency

Who was Woodrow Wilson’s only vice president for his two terms in office?

Thomas R. Marshall of Indiana served as Wilson’s only vice president. Marshall had served as the governor of Indiana. He opposed U.S. involvement in World War I, but loyally supported the administration and the war effort in Wilson’s second term. He sometimes ran cabinet meetings when Wilson was overseas.



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