Are you fed up with your choices in the 2016 U.S. presidential election? It turns out that in addition to the two famous candidates you already know about, there are 207 other people running for the nation's highest office. They each filed a short, one-page form called FEC Form 2 -- an official “statement of candidacy” -- and their campaigns were off and running.
There are, however, three other requirements: A president must be a natural-born citizen (if you were born abroad, you qualify if your parents were citizens of the U.S.), you must be at least 35 years old, and you have to have lived in America for at least 14 years, though this time does not have to be consecutive.
Uncle Sam wants you:
I thought Clinton was the youngest elected President. How old was he, and Obama?