U.S. Politicians by Political Career #2

These are political careers of some U.S. politicians, try to name the person whose career that is, Have Fun!
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President 1933-1945

Governor of New York 1929-1932

Assistant Secretary of the Navy 1913-1920

New York Senate Member 1911-1913

Franklin D. Roosevelt
 

President 1974-1977

Vice President 1973-1974

U.S. House Minority Leader 1965-1973

U.S. House Member from Michigan 1949-1973

Gerald Ford
 

President 1869-1877

Commanding General of the U.S. Army 1864-1869

Ulysses S. Grant
 

Senior Officer of the U.S. Army 1798-1799

President 1789-1797

Commander in Chief of the Continental Army 1775-1783

Virginia Delegate in the Continental Congress 1774-1775

Virginia House of Burgesses Member 1758-1775

George Washington
 

President 1885-1889, 1893-1897

Governor of New York 1883-1885

Mayor of Buffalo, New York 1882

Sheriff of Erie County, New York 1871-1873

Grover Cleveland
 

Vice President 1989-1993

U.S. Senator from Indiana 1981-1989

U.S. House Member from Indiana 1977-1981

Dan Quayle
 

President 1865-1869

Vice President 1865

U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1857-1862, 1875

Military Governor of Tennessee 1862-1865

Governor of Tennessee 1853-1857

U.S. House Member from Tennessee 1843-1853

Mayor of Greenville, Tennessee 1834-1835

Andrew Johnson
 

President 1913-1921

Governor of New Jersey 1911-1913

President of Princeton University 1902-1910

Woodrow Wilson
 

Vice President 1974-1977

Governor of New York 1959-1973

Nelson Rockefeller
 

U.S. Senator from Arizona 1987-2018

U.S. House Member from Arizona 1983-1987

John McCain
 

President 1963-1969

Vice President 1961-1963

U.S. Senator from Texas 1949-1961

U.S. Senate Majority Leader 1955-1961

U.S. Senate Minority Leader 1953-1955

U.S. Senate Majority Whip 1951-1953

U.S. House Member from Texas 1937-1949

Lyndon B. Johnson
 

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 1921-1930

President 1909-1913

U.S. Secretary of War 1904-1908

Governor-General of the Philippines 1901-1903

William Taft
 

President 1845-1849

Governor of Tennessee 1839-1841

U.S. Speaker of the House 1835-1839

U.S. House Member from Tennessee 1825-1839

James K. Polk
 

President 1929-1933

U.S. Secretary of Commerce 1921-1928

Herbert Hoover
 

U.S. Senator from Kentucky 1806-1807, 1810-1811, 1831-1842, 1849-1852

U.S. Secretary of State 1825-1829

U.S. Speaker of the House 1811-1814, 1815-1820, 1823-1825

U.S. House Member from Kentucky 1811-1814, 1815-1821, 1823-1825

Henry Clay
 

President 1829-1837

U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1797-1798, 1823-1825

Territorial Governor of Florida 1821

Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court 1798-1804

U.S. House Member from Tennessee 1796-1797

Andrew Jackson
 

Vice President 1993-2001

U.S. Senator from Tennessee 1985-1993

U.S. House Member from Tennessee 1977-1985

Al Gore
 

U.S. Senate Majority Leader 2015-2021

U.S. Senate Minority Leader 2007-2015, 2021-

U.S. Senate Majority Whip 2003-2007

U.S. Senator from Kentucky 1985-

Mitch McConnell
 

President 1889-1893

U.S. Senator from Indiana 1881-1887

Benjamin Harrison
 

U.S. Senator from California 1992-

Mayor of San Francisco 1978-1988

Member of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors 1970-1978

Diane Feinstein
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Level 50
Jan 11, 2021
You've mixed up a couple of these :)
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Level 56
Jan 11, 2021
It was a glitch when making the quiz, fixing!
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Level 56
Jan 11, 2021
Fixed!