|4th Vice-President of the United States|
|Term of office|
March 4, 1805 - April 20, 1812
|Presidents|| Thomas Jefferson (1805-1809)|
James Madison (1809-1812)
|Preceded by||Aaron Burr|
|Succeeded by||Elbridge Gerry|
|Born|| July 26, 1739 |
Little Britain, New York
|Died|| April 20, 1812 |
|Spouse||Sarah Cornelia Tappen|
- For other George Clintons, see George Clinton (disambiguation).
George Clinton was the fourth Vice President of the United States, serving under James Madison, from March 4, 1813 until his death a year and a half later. He was the first Vice Presidential candidate to be under the 12th Amendment. He cast the tie breaking vote against rechartering the first Bank of the United States.