Twenty Second+Twenty Fourth President, Mr. Stephen Grover Cleveland. (1885-1889) and (1893-1897)
Born as Stephen Grover Cleveland in Caldwell, New Jersey on March 18th, 1837. He died on June 24th, 1908, at Princeton, New Jersey at the age of 71.
President Grover Cleveland was one of only two Democrats that were voted into the time of Republican domination (1861 to 1933) The other president being Woodrow Wilson.
As a child, he preferred to be called by his middle name (Grover), not by his given name. (Stephen)
He's the only president in U.S. History to serve non-consecutive terms.
President Cleveland, like Andrew Jackson and Al Gore, he had won the popular vote, but lost the electoral vote, which lost him his presidency in 1888. (End of his first term)
His second term as president was unsuccessful due to the Depression that began in 1893.