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Age and Birthdate


The U.S. Constitution decrees that our president’s minimum age at the time of inauguration should not be less than thirty-five years.
Article II, Section 1, Clause 5
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.

Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), the country’s 26th president (1901-1909), was the youngest to have held the office. Serving as vice-president, Roosevelt was elevated to the presidency following the assassination of President William McKinley (1843-1901) in 1901. He was 42 years, 322 days old during his inauguration on September 14, 1901.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-1963), our 35th president (1961-1963), was the youngest president elected to the office. He was 43 years, 236 days old during his inauguration, which was held on January 20, 1961.

Our 40th president, Ronald Reagan, was the oldest to assume the presidency. He was 69 years, 349 days old at his inauguration. At 77 years, 348 days, Reagan is also the oldest to leave office.

President Barack Obama was 47 years, 169 days during his inauguration, the fifth youngest, behind Roosevelt, Kennedy, Bill Clinton (46y, 156d) and Ulysses S. Grant (46y, 311d).

Complete List: Age of Presidents during Inauguration

Nos President Age at Inauguration
1 George Washington 57 years, 67 days
2 John Adams 61 years, 125 days
3 Thomas Jefferson 57 years, 325 days
4 James Madison 57 years, 353 days
5 James Monroe 58 years, 310 days
6 John Quincy Adams 57 years, 236 days
7 Andrew Jackson 61 years, 354 days
8 Martin Van Buren 54 years, 89 days
9 William Henry Harrison 68 years, 23 days
10 John Tyler 51 years, 6 days
11 James K. Polk 49 years, 122 days
12 Zachary Taylor 64 years, 100 days
13 Millard Fillmore 50 years, 183 days
14 Franklin Pierce 48 years, 101 days
15 James Buchanan 65 years, 315 days
16 Abraham Lincoln 52 years, 20 days
17 Andrew Johnson 56 years, 107 days
18 Ulysses S. Grant 46 years, 311 days
19 Rutherford B. Hayes 54 years, 151 days
20 James A. Garfield 49 years, 105 days
21 Chester A. Arthur 51 years, 349 days
22 Grover Cleveland 47 years, 351 days
23 Benjamin Harrison 55 years, 196 days
24 Grover Cleveland 55 years, 351 days
25 William McKinley 54 years, 34 days
26 Theodore Roosevelt 42 years, 322 days
27 William Howard Taft 51 years, 170 days
28 Woodrow Wilson 56 years, 66 days
29 Warren G. Harding 55 years, 122 days
30 Calvin Coolidge 51 years, 29 days
31 Herbert Hoover 54 years, 206 days
32 Franklin D. Roosevelt 51 years, 33 days
33 Harry S. Truman 60 years, 339 days
34 Dwight D. Eisenhower 62 years, 98 days
35 John F. Kennedy 43 years, 236 days
36 Lyndon B. Johnson 55 years, 87 days
37 Richard Nixon 56 years, 11 days
38 Gerald Ford 61 years, 26 days
39 Jimmy Carter 52 years, 111 days
40 Ronald Reagan 69 years, 349 days
41 George H. W. Bush 64 years, 222 days
42 Bill Clinton 46 years, 154 days
43 George W. Bush 54 years, 198 days
44 Barack Obama 47 years, 169 days





 

 


Former Governor of New Mexico

Gary Johnson

Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson

Johnson Age and Birthday


• Born: Gary Earl Johnson on Thursday January 1st, 1953

• Gary Johnson is 64 years old.


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Stephen Rollins

Presidential Candidate Stephen Rollins

Rollins Age and Birthday


• Born: Stephen Emmanuel Rollins on Thursday September 10th, 1970

• Stephen Rollins is 46 years old.


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