What is the name of one president who never elected a supreme court justice?

Answer William Henry Harrison, the ninth president of the United States, was the first of only four presidents to hold office and not make any appointments to the U.S. Supreme Court. He had the shortest t... Read More »

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Who were the other choices when Scalia was elected Supreme Court Justice?

When Justice William H. Rehnquist was promoted to Chief Justice, President Ronald Reagan named Judge Antonin Scalia to fill the vacant justice seat in 1986. Judge Robert H. Bork was considered, but... Read More »

Who was elected chief justice of the Supreme Court in 2006?

President George Bush appointed John G. Roberts as chief justice of the Supreme Court in 2005, a job which he still holds as of 2010, according to the website of the Supreme Court of the United Sta... Read More »

How to Get Elected Student Body President?

Serving as student body president is a position that will impress college admissions committees. In addition, this role will give you leadership experience, which will benefit you in high school an... Read More »

Is Barack Obama the youngest president elected?

Barack Obama was not the youngest man elected president. John F. Kennedy was 43 when he was elected, and Obama was 47. The youngest president in the nation's history was Theodore Roosevelt, who too... Read More »