President Grover Cleveland

By: Jeffrey Dillon and Caleb Kincaid

President Cleveland's first presidency

Former New York Governor Grover Cleveland is sworn in and takes office as the 22nd President of the United States. He is the first Democratic President since James Buchanan, prior to the onset of the Civil War. Cleveland promised during his inaugural address to adhere to "business principals."


Overall, Grover Cleveland is the United States, BEST President. He admitted five territories to become states of the union. He was smart in elections by not appealing to women's rights to vote, because he had to appeal to the men to get elected/re-elected, since women didn't already have the rights to vote. He also repealed the Tenure act, taking away Senates power over the president to remove office officials.