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An Electoral History (1812-present)

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Election of 1812

Democrat-Republican: 

Pres.James Madison (Choosen by Congress) 

Vice President Daniel Tompkins (Choosen by Senate)

39.2 % 

100 Electoral Votes (109 needed) 

Federalist:

Amb. Rufus King

Rep. Daniel Webster

25.2 % 

29 Electoral Votes

Independent: 

Mayor DeWitt Clinton 

Judge Amos Ellmaker

35.6 % 

88 Electoral Votes

 

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Tell me, should I use this (Mapchart) template or use the Interactive 270towin Electoral College map? 

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Some election dont make total sense, and most of these cases I'm unaware. 

Whenever something Impossible,unfathomable or idiotic happens kindly inform me :) 

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Election of 1816

President James Madison, seeing the weakness of the opposition Federalist Party Decided to run for a third term and was renominated without problem. Daniel Tompkins, Governor of New York Ascended to the Vice Presidency after Elbridge Gerry's Death.

A First Term Representative from Massachussets lead the effort to maintain his Party's Figure as a national Party. He Fails miserably for He and His Party is only strong in New England. 

Mayor DeWitt Clinton is running again. Clinton Choose a Judge and an influential Politician from Pennsylvania.

Republican:

President James Madison/Vice President Daniel Tompkins

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Federalist:

Rep, Daniel Webster/ Former Sen. John Eager Howard

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Independent:

Mayor DeWitt Clinton/ Amos Ellmaker

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Madison:

63.5 % 154 EV

Webster:

25.1 % 34 EV

Clinton:

11.4 % 29 EV

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Election of 1820:

Vice President Daniel Tompkins ran and won, though he faced a token opposition from Secretary of State James Monroe who he chose to be his VP Eventually. 

Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall is running in order to save his failing party. 

While once again DeWitt Clinton is running for president. 

 

 

Democrat-Republican:

Vice President Daniel Tompkins. Secretary of State James Monroe

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Federalist:

Chief Justice John Marshall/Amb. Richard Rush

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Independent:

Gov. DeWitt Clinton/Amos Ellmaker

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Tompkins:

64.7 % 162 Electoral Votes

Marshall:

32.4 % 70 Electoral Votes

Clinton:

2.9 % 0 Electoral Votes

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Election of 1824

This election saw the downfall of the Federalist Party.

The Democratic-Republican has been divided into three factions and are running three candidates in the general election. With Tompkins refusing to run for a second term, his Vice President James Monroe Has Decided to run and has managed to somehow convince the anti-tompkins Speaker of The House to be his VP.

Andrew Jackson, A General from Tennessee has been tapped to run and has decided to do so, choosing Senator Martin Van Buren to be his VP. 

Secretary of State John Quincy Adams has decided to sit out this election.

And so Secretary of Treasury William Crawford has decided to run with Adams declining. He Chose Former Senator William Crawford.

Vice President James Monroe.

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Gen. Andrew Jackson

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Sec. William Crawford

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 Monroe:

34.6 % 161 Electoral Votes

 

Jackson:

41.2 % 54 Electoral Votes


Crawford:

24.2 % 46 Electoral Votes

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