Franklin Pierce

Political Offices

Why did Pierce leave the House?

Pierce left the House after he moved up the ranks again and was elected to the U.S. Senate. He was only thirty-two years old when he became a U.S. senator, the youngest in the body at that time. He continued to support of the policies of his party and the administration of President Martin Van Buren. He served in the Senate until 1842.


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