Facts About Ronald Reagan
|Presidency||Ronald Reagan, 40th President of United States, (20 January 1981 – 20 January 1989)|
|Born||6 Feb 1911, Tampico, Illinois, United States|
|Died||5June2004, Bel Air, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Cause of Death||Alzheimer’s disease|
|Grave||Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, California, United States|
|Parents||Jack Reagan > Nelle Wilson Reagan|
|Spouse||Jane Wyman(m.1940-49) , Nancy Reagan(m.1952-2004)|
|Children’s||Maureen Reagan, Christine Reagan, Michael Reagan, Patti Davis, Ron Reagan|
More About Ronald Reagan
- Ronald Reagan saved the lives of 77 people when he worked as a lifeguard.
- In 1937, Ronald Reagan won a seven-year contract with Warner brothers and became a famous movie and television actor.
- Ronald Reagan received 525 electoral votes, the most of any candidate in U.S history, as he garnered 58.8% of the vote and won 49 states in his race against Walter Mondale.
- When Ronald Reagan became president the top marginal tax rate was 70%. By the time he left office, it had dropped to 28%.
- He became Governor of California in 1967, by defeating Democratic Government Edmund G. Brown and when he stepped down by eight years late he was succeeded by Jerry Brown, the previous governor’s son.