The winning combination is line j with 271 electoral votes, therefore the answer is j271

The presidential portrait that meets all the criteria is Grover Cleveland’s portrait. It was painted in 1899 by Anders Zorn. The answer is 1899zorn.

1 is False. The room is now the Diplomatic Reception Room, not Diplomatic Inspection Room.
2 is True.
3 is False. There are 6 Portraits of First Ladies in the Vermeil Room, not 7.
4 is True.
5 is True.
6 is False. The room was completely refurbished in 1829, not 1828.
7 is True.
8 is False. Grover Cleveland got married on June 2, 1886, not June 2, 1866.
9 is True.
10 is False. The largest room in the White House is the East Room.


Therefore, the correct answer is ftfttftftf.

The cornerstone is located in the cellar of the house. This was used to “open” up the “tunnel” in National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets. There are 2 halbeds on the cornerstone.
The hexadecagon building is the 16 sided barn. The slats were used to sort grain.
There are 4 obelisks near George Washington’s Tomb. 2 are in front of the tomb. 2 smaller ones are located east of the tomb.
Therefore the answer is 2grain4.

The busts are all located on the First Floor.
Two in the parlor (Alexander I and Napoleon)
Six in the Entrance Hall (Voltaire, Jefferson, Turger, Hamilton, and 2 Native American heads)
Four in the Tea Room (Washington, Franklin, John Paul Jones, Lafayette)
Two in the Cabinet Room (John Adams and Jefferson)
Three in the Library (Madison, Roscoe, some unknown dude)
Two in the South Square Room (Jefferson’s granddaughters, Cornelia and Ann)
The answer is 19.

There are 6 paintings, 6 chairs and 5 candles (in the ceiling chandelier), so the answer is 665.

In Chronological Order:
d) Studies at College of New Jersey
i) Elected to Orange County Committee of Safety
f) First Elected to Virginia State Legislature
m) Served on Virginia’s Governor’s Council
b) Represents Virginia at Continental Congress
n) Drafted Virginia Plan, which becomes the framework of the United States Constitution
k) Wrote the Federalist Papers with Alexander Hamilton and John Jay
a) Debated Patrick Henry
g) Authored Bill of Rights
o) Marries Dolley Payne
c) Inherited Montpelier upon his father’s death
j) Elected to United States House of Representatives
l) Served at Secretary of State
h) Elected President of United States
e) Retires from service to Montpelier
The answer is difmbnkagocjlhe

c) The 4 state capitols are Lincoln (Nebraska), Jefferson City (Missouri), Madison (Wisconsin), Jackson (Mississippi)
c) Martin Van Buren was the first president born as a citizen in the United States.
d) Ulysses S. Grant appears on the $50 bill
b) Joe Biden was the oldest elected president (Trump was the oldest until recently)
a) The youngest ever president was Theodore Roosevelt. John F. Kennedy was the youngest elected president.
d) James Buchanan was the only president who never married.
d) Chester A. Arthur did not serve in the military during the Civil War.
b) Virginia has produced the most presidents with 8 (Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, William Henry Harrison, Tyler, Taylor and Wilson). Ohio is second with 7 (Grant, Hayes, Garfield, Benjamin Harrison, McKinley, Taft and Harding). New York has 5 (Van Buren, Fillmore, Theodore Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Trump). Massachusetts has 4 (John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Kennedy and George H.W. Bush).
c) James Garfield went directly from serving in the House of Representatives to being elected President of the United States.
a) Thomas Jefferson and John Quincy Adams are the only 2 presidents who did not have enough electoral votes to be president, and so the House of Representatives determined the president.
The answer is ccdbaddbca.