List of Fictional Vice Presidents of The United States - D


Noah Daniels

  • 24 (television series, 2001)
  • Played by Powers Boothe
  • Vice President under President Wayne Palmer.
  • Party: Democrat (presumed)
  • The hard-line Daniels and the moderate Palmer disagree greatly on national security, and the two clash throughout the day. This culminates in Palmer asking for Daniels' resignation. Before Daniels can tender it, however, Palmer suddenly collapses into a coma from injuries sustained in an attack earlier in the day. Daniels then leads the country through the remainder of the day.

James Denning

  • American Hero
  • First African American Vice President of the United States.
  • Vice President for five years under President Aaron Sims.
  • Was chosen by the President to succeed Nathan Ramirez as Vice President because of a scandal that caused Ramirez to resign. Ramirez had only been able to serve three years.
  • Won a second and full term as Vice President along with Sims.
  • Ran for President Sims' last year in office and became the nominee, however lost to Indiana Governor Paul Davenport in the general election. Ran again four years later and won against President Davenport.
  • Party: Republican

Hamilton "Ham" Delbacher

  • Novels The Hill of Summer and The Roads of the Earth by Allen Drury.
  • Former Pennsylvania Congressman and Senator.
  • Hawkish Vice President to an unnamed dovish President, he is on the verge of being left off the next year's reelection ticket when the President dies on the Fourth of July.

Jarrod Delport

  • Novels The American Hero and The Word of Hate by Josh Durling.
  • Former New York Senator (2028–2036)
  • Is Dean Bartlett's Vice President, he failed to win the 2036 Democratic Nomination, but Bartlett chose him as his running mate.
  • Wins the Democratic Nomination in 2040, going on to win the Presidency in a landslide.
  • First foreign-born US Vice President and President, he also speaks at the United Nations and calls for action against "a dictator bitch" called Mario Herrario, the fictional President of Colombia, President Herrario and Vice President Delport have a fist fight.
  • Is acting President when Bartlett suffers a heart attack in 2037.


  • Term Limits by Vince Flynn
  • Mentioned once by corrupt President Jim Stevens during a press conference. Stevens mentioned Dumont was heading up a program to cut waste spending. It is noted that during the ensuing conflicts that he is not mentioned nor involved, hinting he may not be an active member of the administration.

Roger Durling

  • The Sum of All Fears, Debt of Honor
  • Former governor of California, he ascends to the presidency after his predecessor (J Robert Fowler) resigns.

Gordon Dylan

  • Murder at 1600
  • Vice President who almost ascends to the presidency, when the President (Jack Neil) plans to resign.

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