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The Vice President of the United States is the second-most senior position in the executive branch of the United States government, serving as the head of the Senate and as the first-in-line to the Presidency. The Vice President was initially considered a relatively minor role compared to other Cabinet officials or legislators, but was revolutionized by Vice President Tom Heaps (1969-73), who took an active role in the day-to-day affairs of the government as a sort of "co-President" and expanded his power enormously. Since Heaps, every Vice President has had increasing influence over the affairs of the executive branch, reaching its zenith with the powerful William Parcells (1997-2005) who became the de facto administration spokesman and champion of policy.

Duties

List of Vice Presidents

  1. John Adams 1789-97
  2. Thomas Jefferson 1797-1801
  3. Aaron Burr 1801-05
  4. George Clinton 1805-12
  5. Eldridge Gerry 1813-14
  6. Daniel D. Tompkins 1817-21
  7. Ward Allen Miller 1821-25
  8. Samuel P. Joshua 1825-29
  9. Martin Van Buren 1829-33
  10. William Henry Harrison 1833-41
  11. Daniel Webster 1841-45
  12. Lewis Cass 1845-49
  13. George Washington Adams 1849-51
  14. Robert Cleary 1853-61
  15. John C. Breckinridge 1861-65
  16. William Taylor 1865-68
  17. Peter Bryce 1869-70
  18. John C. Addison 1873-77
  19. James Franklin Denny 1877-81
  20. Gregory Dunn 1881
  21. James Garfield 1885-89
  22. Robert Lincoln 1889-90
  23. Peter Hedley 1893-97
  24. John Gallison 1897-1901
  25. Theodore Roosevelt 1901-05
  26. Jonathon DeCantry 1905-09
  27. Gregory J. Blake 1909-11
  28. James A. Swift. 1911-13
  29. Woodrow Wilson 1913-17
  30. Robert Bookman 1917-21
  31. Calvin Coolidge 1921-25
  32. Joseph Robinson 1925-27
  33. John Brighton 1927-29
  34. Charles Curtis 1929-36
  35. Frank Knox 1937-1941
  36. Stephen Coomber 1941-45
  37. Thomas Dewey 1945-53
  38. Simon M. Stewart 1953-57
  39. Charles Ewing 1957-61
  40. Dan White 1961-65
  41. Gary Murray 1965-69
  42. Thomas K. Heaps 1969-73
  43. Alexander Droughns 1973-77
  44. Neill Wallace 1977-78
  45. James Earl Carter 1978-81
  46. Robert Redford 1981-89
  47. George H. Bush 1989-93
  48. Mario Cuomo 1993-97
  49. William Parcells 1997-2005
  50. Bruce Springsteen 2005-10
  51. Mark Hamill 2010-Present

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