- Vice President in a second version of Shall We Tell the President? by Jeffrey Archer
- Under President Florentyna Kane
- Vice President in a first version of Shall We Tell the President? by Jeffrey Archer
- Under President Ted Kennedy
- American Empire: The Center Cannot Hold, by Harry Turtledove, part of the Southern Victory Series.
- Serves as Vice President of Hosea Blackford from 1929–1933, on the Socialist Party ticket. The ticket loses its bid for re-election in 1932.
- Voyage, by Stephen Baxter
- Is Jimmy Carter's Vice President in the 1976 election, winning over Walter Mondale at the convention due to lobbying by John F. Kennedy, who in Baxter's novel was crippled but not killed in 1963. As in real life, Kennedy splits with Carter to unsuccessfully challenge him in the 1980 primaries, causing Carter in turn to lose to Reagan-Bush in the general election.
- Due to Kennedy's influence when compared to Mondale in real life, the Carter Administration is more supportive of NASA's manned spaceflight program than it was in reality.
- "The War of '07", by Jayge Carr, in the anthology Alternate Presidents
- Serves as Vice President of Aaron Burr in 1812
- Colonization: Down to Earth and Colonization: Aftershocks by Harry Turtledove, part of the Worldwar series.
- Serves as Vice President of Earl Warren from 1961-1966.
- Ascends to the Presidency upon Warren's suicide.
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- He is elected as Vice President to Charles Lindbergh in the 1932 election, and becomes President in 1940 after planning an assassination of Lindbergh and his wife to prevent him from discovering a secret nuclear weapon collaboration plan with Nazi Germany. Shortly after becoming President, Stephenson is murdered by his own wife, and is succeeded by Speaker of the House Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. Kennedy blames Stephenson's murder on German agents and usE��&���@�%@`���P���8�PJ����b��P�������h Germany.
Harry S Truman
- Settling Accounts: In at the Death by Harry Turtledove, part of the Southern Victory Series.
- Elected VP on the Democratic ticket with President Thomas E. Dewey in 1944.
- Is the incumbent VP at the series end.
- The Guns of the South by Harry Turtledove.
- Elected Vice President on the Democratic ticket with Horatio Seymour in 1864 after the Confederate States win the Second American Revolution.
Burton K. Wheeler
- In The Plot Against America, by Philip Roth
- Is elected Vice President of Charles Lindbergh in the 1940 election. Becomes President in 1942 after Lindbergh's assassination.
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