Throughout the nineteenth century, the vice presidency
was regarded as a legislative position, the primary duty being to preside over the deliberations of the Senate.
Dick Cheney leaves the vice presidency
an office transformed, of course.
It was not until 1977, when Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale took office, that the vice presidency
gained any real clout.
The Republicans also saw a reasonably close fight between Dwight Eisenhower and Robert Taft in 1952, and the Democrats had another for the vice presidency
between Henry Wallace and Harry Truman in 1944.
Former Airdrie secretary George Peat, now at Second Division Stenhousemuir moves from being Treasurer into the Vice Presidency
alongside Hearts Chief Executive Chris Robinson.
To be historically accurate, Spiro Agnew did not resign the vice presidency
because of Watergate, but because of his activities as governor of Maryland.
However, the FMLN refused to take the second vice presidency
or its allotted seats on the Assembly's major committees.
This is the most ineffective, unorganized and do-nothing Congress we have had in decades," says Representative Henry Pease, a candidate for the vice presidency
on the opposition Union for Peru party ticket.
Suzuki assumed the vice presidency
in October 1997 and resigned in April last year, while Suda assumed the vice presidency
in October 1997 and gave up the position in August last year before resigning in November.
said Tuesday it has accepted an offer by the son of its founder-chairman to quit the vice presidency
to take the blame for the group's business slump.
to a #200-a-week vice presidency
at Russell Simmons Rush Communications, Harrell went into partnership with MCA Records to create Uptown Entertainment in 1986.
Goulet's previous experience also includes more than 15 years of various senior management positions at Xerox and the vice presidency
of sales and marketing for a public wireless data communications software and solutions company.