How Many Presidents Did Not have a Vice President?

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There were four presidents that did not have a vice president. John Tyler (1841 - 1845), Millard Fillmore (1850 - 1853), Andrew Johnson (1865 - 1869), and Chester Arthur (1881 - 1885),
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There are 14. [1] John Adams (VP to Washington, Thomas Jefferson was his VP) Thomas Jefferson (VP to John Adams, Aaron Burr was his VP) Martin Van Buren (VP to Andrew Jackson, Richard
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There will be only 1.
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George H. W. Bush served 8 years as VP under Reagan.
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he had 6 funerals.
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Believe it or not, there were actually 18 separate periods of time in history when President went without a Vice President. The reason for most instances was due to a death or either a President or Vice President.
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