This ticket helped him gain the office of vice President of the US which he has held for two consecutive terms. There were charges against him that claimed he was illegally raising money from his office in the white house but charges were later dropped after he was investigated by the justice department. George W. Bush is the 46th Governor of the state of Texas and a republican nominee for the United States. His is now in his second term as governor. He earned enough representatives to became a republican nominee during march 14, 2000.
After discharge, George W. Bush then attended graduate school, completing a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University. Two years later, he met his wife Laura and married in 1977 in Midland, Texas. Although the Bush family has a history within politics, George W. Bush worked in the oil industry and established a company called Arbusto Energy in 1977. Few years later, after rekindling his Christian beliefs, he then moved to Washington, D.C and assisted his father in his presidential campaign. What led him to become a politician was influenced by his move to Washington D.C as well as his family’s history of public service.
Soon after Kennedy's brother Joe was killed in a terrible plane crash in Europe he went back home to the United States. In 1952 he was elected into the US senate. And soon after that he ran to be president in 1960 and won againt the republican Richard Nixon in a very close race. Kennedy was the youngest president ever at the age of 43 he was the 35th president. But his presidncy didn't last long once he was assasinated on November 21, 1963.
At age 22 William received a Bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University. Just five years later, he received his law degree from Yale. Soon after graduating from Yale, he became a law professor at the University of Arkansas. He did not stay in one place for long though, and in 1978 he became the Attorney General of Arkansas. From this political position, he moved higher up in the ranks and in 1978 won the election for the gubernatorial seat of Arkansas.
In 1972 he helped to manage presidential candidate George McGovern's Texas campaign. After graduating from law school in 1973, Clinton returned to Arkansas to teach and to plan his political career. On Oct. 11, 1975, he married Hillary Rodham, a fellow law student he had met at Yale. After 12 years of Republican control of the presidency, Clinton came to office amid high expectations for fundamental policy change. Early in his administration he reversed a number of Republican policies.
He received a bachelor's degree in from Yale University in 1968 and then proceeded to go to Harvard Business School where he received is MBA 1975. Governor Bush also served as an F-102 pilot for the Texas Air National Guard from 1968 to 1973. Governor Bush, after serving his state, began his career in oil and gas in Midland in 1975, where he worked until the mid 1980's. From this point, George W. Bush went on to help his father George Bush in Washington to help him win the presidency in 1988. After the win of his father, George W. then went on to gather a group of partners to purchase the Texas Rangers baseball franchise in 1989 and which later built the Ranger's new home, the Ballpark at Arlington.
Governor of Texas and Republican Presidential Nominee George W. Bush was born July 6, 1946 in New Haven , Connecticut. Bush, often referred to as simply W. is The eldest son of former President George Bush and Barbara Pierce Bush, his siblings include Jeb (Governor of Florida), Neil, Marvin, and Dorothy. Like his father, Bush attended the prestigious Philips Andover Academy in Massachusetts before going to Yale University where he graduated with a bachelors degree. Upon leaving Yale he went to Texas and joined the Air National Guard, Where he learned to fly fighter jets, he eventually became a lieutenant but was never called on to fight in Vietnam. In 1972 Bush entered Harvard Business School, earning his M.B.A. in 1975.
Startlingly after only the 1,000 days in office, Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, becoming the youngest President ever to die in office; it was also marked as the “end of the innocence” in American culture. John F. Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts to Joseph and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. His Father was a multimillionaire, who made is money by banking and stock market as well as dabbling in the film industry and bootlegging liquor. His family later moved to New York, where John attended Connecticut for his high school education and graduated in the spring 1935. John planned to pursue a career in either academics or in journalism, that following year he entered Harvard University and graduated in 1940.
He was along time senator before finally being elected president in 1968. During his first term, his United States went through the Vietnam War and a period of economic inflation. In 1972 he was easily re-elected over Democrat nominee George McGovern. Almost unnoticed during his campaign was the arrest of five men connected with Nixon’s re-election committee. They had broken into the Democrats national head quarters in the Watergate apartment complex, in Washington D.C.