States of the Vice Presidents

Given the political party and corresponding presidents of the vice presidents, name the states that are most commonly associated to the vice presidents' political careers.
Quiz by dannynelson94
Rate:
Last updated: February 11, 2017
You have not attempted this quiz yet.
First submittedNovember 2, 2015
Times taken63
Average score72.7%
Report this quizReport
10:00
Enter answer here
0
 / 22 guessed
The quiz is paused. You have remaining.
Scoring
You scored / = %
This beats or equals % of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is
Your high score is
Your fastest time is
Keep scrolling down for answers and more stats ...
Hint
Answer
William Rufus King (Democrat- Franklin Pierce)
Alabama
Spiro Agnew (Republican- Richard Nixon)
Maryland
Joe Biden (Democrat- Barack Obama)
Delaware
Dan Quayle (Republican- George H.W. Bush), Thomas Marshall (Democrat- Woodrow Wilson), Charles Fairbanks (Republican- Theodore Roosevelt), Thomas Hendricks (Democrat- Grover Cleveland), Schuyler Colfax (Republican- Ulysses Grant), Mike Pence (Republican- Donald Trump)
Indiana
Aaron Burr (Democratic-Republican- Thomas Jefferson), Nelson Rockefeller (Republican- Gerald Ford), James Sherman (Republican- William Taft), Theodore Roosevelt (Republican- William McKinley), Levi Morton (Republican- Benjamin Harrison), Chester Arthur (Republican- James Garfield), William Wheeler (Republican- Rutherford Hayes), Millard Fillmore (Whig- Zachary Taylor), Martin Van Buren (Democrat- Andrew Jackson), Daniel Tompkins (Democratic-Republican- James Monroe), George Clinton (Democratic-Republican- Thomas Jefferson and James Madison)
New York
John C. Calhoun (Democratic-Republican/ Democrat- John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson)
South Carolina
Dick Cheney (Republican- George W. Bush)
Wyoming
John Tyler (Whig- William Henry Harrison), Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican- John Adams)
Virginia
Andrew Johnson (Democrat- Abraham Lincoln), Al Gore (Democrat- Bill Clinton)
Tennessee
Richard Nixon (Republican- Dwight Eisenhower)
California
Adlai Stevenson I (Democrat- Grover Cleveland), Charles Dawes (Republican- Calvin Coolidge)
Illinois
Henry Wallace (Democrat- Franklin Roosevelt)
Iowa
Hannibal Hamlin (Republican- Abraham Lincoln)
Maine
Richard Mentor Johnson (Democrat- Martin Van Buren), John Breckinridge (Democrat- James Buchanan), Alben Barkley (Democrat- Harry Truman)
Kentucky
Hubert Humphrey (Democrat- Lyndon Johnson), Walter Mondale (Democrat- Jimmy Carter)
Minnesota
Garret Hobart (Republican- William McKinley)
New Jersey
George Dallas (Democrat- James Polk)
Pennsylvania
Harry Truman (Democrat- Franklin Roosevelt)
Missouri
John Nance Garner (Democrat- Franklin Roosevelt), Lyndon Johnson (Democrat- John F. Kennedy), George H.W. Bush (Republican- Ronald Reagan)
Texas
Gerald Ford (Republican- Richard Nixon)
Michigan
John Adams (Federalist- George Washington), Elbridge Gerry (Democratic-Republican- James Madison), Henry Wilson (Republican- Ulysses Grant), Calvin Coolidge (Republican- Warren Harding)
Massachusetts
Charles Curtis (Republican- Herbert Hoover)
Kansas
Comments
No comments yet