A stepping stone to the presidency.
So you want to be president. The state legislature A state legislature may refer to a legislative branch or body of a political subdivision in a federal system.
The following legislatures exist in the following political subdivisions:
The lower house of the legislature in colonial Virginia.
Noun 1. House of Burgesses - the lower house of legislature in colonial Virginia , where he served with first president and signer of the U.S. constitution, George Washington.
The legislature was the training ground for a number of other presidents, including some of our most illustrious: Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Delano Roosevelt. John Quincy Adams was a Massachusetts senator before becoming president and is the only president to hold office in the state house after leaving the White House. He went back to Massachusetts and served in the House for 17 years. Other state legislators who moved into the White l louse louse, common name for members of either of two distinct orders of wingless, parasitic, disease-carrying insects. Lice of both groups are small and flattened with short legs adapted for clinging to the host. are Martin Van Buren, William Henry Noun 1. William Henry - English chemist who studied the quantities of gas absorbed by water at different temperatures and under different pressures (1775-1836)
Henry Harrison, John Harrison, John
(born March 1693, Foulby, Yorkshire, Eng.—died March 24, 1776, London) British horologist. The son of a carpenter, in 1735 he invented the first practical marine chronometer. Tyler, James Polk, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, James Johnson, (James Louis) “J. J.” (1924– ) jazz musician; born in Indianapolis, Ind. He emerged as an influential trombonist in the mid-1940s; in the 1960s, he became one of the first African-Americans to work as a film and television composer. Garfield, Warren G. Harding
Warren Gamaliel Harding (November 2 1865 – August 2 1923) was an American politician and the 29th President of the United States, from 1921 , Calvin Coolidge and Jimmy Carter.
COLONIAL LEGISLATORS WHO BECAME PRESIDENT PRESIDENT STATE George Washington Virginia John Adams Massachusetts Thomas Jefferson Virginia James Madison Virginia James Monroe Virginia STATE LEGISLATORS WHO BECAME PRESIDENT PRESIDENT STATE John Quincy Adams Massachusetts Martin Van Buren New York William Henry Harrison Ohio John Tyler Virginia James Polk Tennessee Millard Fillmore New York Franklin Pierce New Hampshire James Buchanan Pennsylvania Abraham Lincoln Illinois Andrew Johnson Tennessee James Garfield Ohio Theodore Roosevelt New York Warren G. Harding Ohio Calvin Coolidge Massachusetts Franklin Delano Roosevelt New York Jimmy Carter Georgia