|Charles Evans Hughes|
|32nd President of the United States|
January 6, 1919 - March 4, 1921
|Preceded by:||Theodore Roosevelt|
|Succeded by:||James M. Cox|
|Vice President of the United States|
March 4, 1917 - January 6, 1919
|Preceded by:||Hiram Johnson|
|Succeded by:||Vacant (Next Held by Franklin D. Roosevelt)|
|Governor of New York|
January 1, 1907 - October 6, 1910
April 11, 1862, Glens Falls, New York
|Died||August 27, 1948, Osterville, Massachusetts|
|Occupation:||Politician, Lawyer, Judge|
Charles Evans Hughes was an american politician who served as the 32nd President of the United States (1919 - 1921).
Although his term in office lasted little over 2 years, he is often considered one of the most influential Presidents of the 20th Century.
Early Political Career
1916 presidential election
Vice Presidency 1917 - 1919
He was sworn in only hours after Roosevelt's death.
1920 presidential election
Hughes was considered to be the frontrunner for the 1920 Republican Nomination, but considering the fact that the white house had been occupid by republicans for 20 years the General Election was thought to be an uphill struggle.