Andrew Merrilin

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Andrew Merrilin
48th Vice President of the United States
In Office:
2013 - 2016
President: Warren
Preceded by Aaron Reid
Succeeded by Andrew Brockmeier
2nd Governor of the Heartlands
In Office:
2010 - 12
Lieutenant(s): Bishop, vacant
Preceded by Max Powers
Succeeded by Elizabeth Wellbourne
Lieutenant Governor of the Heartlands
In Office:
2009
Governor: Powers
Preceded by Pat Quinn
Succeeded by Adam Bishop
Born

July 17, 1973
Grand Havens, Michigan
Political Party Republican
Spouse Bachelor
Religion Catholic


Andrew Merrilin was the 48th Vice President of the United States, serving from 2013 to 2016. Before that, Merrilin was the Governor of the Heartlands. He ran for President in 2016, winning the Republican primaries but later controversially withdrawing from the race in the middle of the Republican Convention.

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Lieutenant Governor

TBC

Governor

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2010 Gubernatorial election

TBC

Vice President

2012 Presidential election

See main article: United States presidential election, 2012

Incumbent Republican President Elizabeth Warren picked the then Heartlands Governor Merrilin as her running mate in the 2012 Presidential election, replacing Aaron Reid who had been Warren's Vice President during her first term. The Warren-Merrilin ticket won the election and Merrilin became the 48th Vice President of the United States.

Term as Vice President

Merrilin was Vice President during the second term of the Warren Administration, which included a brief period during which Merrilin was Acting President as a result of the 25th Amendment being invoked while Warren underwent surgery for breast cancer. He also personally flew into Azerbaijan at the height of the tensions between Russia and the United Stattes over the Caucasian state.

2016 Presidential election

See main article: United States presidential election, 2016

TBC

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Preceded by
Pat Quinn
Lieutenant Governor of the Heartlands
2009
Governor: Powers
Succeeded by
Adam Bishop
Preceded by
Max Powers
Governor of the Heartlands
2010 - 12
Lieutenant(s): Bishop, vacant
Succeeded by
Elizabeth Wellbourne
Preceded by
Elizabeth Warren
Republican Party vice presidential candidate
2012
Succeeded by
John Dunn
Preceded by
Aaron Reid
Vice President of the United States
2013 - 2016
President: Warren
Succeeded by
Andrew Brockmeier


Vice Presidents of the United States of America
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United States presidential election, 2016
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