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Alternate US Presidential Elections 1788 - 2016 V2

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, May 12th, 1816

The American Bible Society has been founded in New York City.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, June 20th, 1816

A bloody battle between rival fur companies in Canada has left behind 22 casualties.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, June 30th, 1816

Indiana, which is not yet a State, has crafted a constitution ahead of schedule.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, July 10th, 1816

The United Provinces of South America have declared their independence from the Kingdom of Spain.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, August 2nd, 1816

James Monroe has said, "political parties are not necessary for a free government".

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, August 25th, 1816

The Treaty of St. Louis has been signed, the Indians have ceded their rights and land.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, October 22nd, 1816

President Madison has moved William Crawford from the position of Secretary of War to the Treasury Department.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, October 24th, 1816

Secretary William Crawford has accused Rufus King of owing money to the government.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, October 29th, 1816

Reports say that the accusation against Rufus King made by William Crawford has been proven to be false.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, November 1st, 1816

Reports say that the Federalists are disorganized and many of them are not sure who to vote for.

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Results

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The colour blue denotes the States won by Gov. Tompkins & Rep. Johnson and the colour red denotes the States won by Fmr Gov. Jay & Att. Gen. Rush.

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Daniel D. Tompkins (Democratic-Republican), 6th President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1817 - March 5th 1821

 

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Richard Mentor Johnson (Democratic-Republican), 8th Vice President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1817 - March 5th 1821

 

Tompkins' first term is nearly identical to James Monroe's first term as they agreed on the vast majority of issues.

 

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1820 United States Presidential Election

"In reality, the Democratic-Republicans are virtually unopposed in this election. Is anyone bold enough to challenge the Democratic-Republicans in an era of relative harmony?"

- Election Blurb.

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2 hours ago, MBDemSoc said:

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Daniel D. Tompkins (Democratic-Republican), 6th President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1817 - March 5th 1821

 

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Richard Mentor Johnson (Democratic-Republican), 8th Vice President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1817 - March 5th 1821

 

Tompkins' first term is nearly identical to James Monroe's first term as they agreed on the vast majority of issues.

 

I bet you're going to slip and reference a "Monroe Doctrine" by that name somewhere down the line. :P

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1 minute ago, Patine said:

I bet you're going to slip and reference a "Monroe Doctrine" by that name somewhere down the line. :P

Likely yes, XD.

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Democratic-Republican Party Caucus Candidates

  • James Monroe.
  • Gen. Andrew Jackson.
  • Sec. John C. Calhoun.
  • Sec. William H. Crawford.
  • Rep. John Randolph.
  • Fmr Rep. William Henry Harrison.
  • Speaker Henry Clay.
  • Sec. John Quincy Adams.
  • Fmr Pres. Aaron Burr.
  • Fmr Pres. James Madison.

 

Federalist Party Caucus Candidates

  • None (With Amb. Richard Rush for Vice President).

 

Independent Candidates

  • DeWitt Clinton (Write-in) (With VP Richard Mentor Johnson as the write-in running mate).

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, December 15th, 1819

Alabama has been admitted to the Union as the 22nd State and as a Slave State.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, December 18th, 1819

Simón Bolívar has become the 1st President of the newly created Republic of Gran Colombia.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, January 3rd, 1820

Reports say that the Federalist Party is nearly impotent as the party only has 29 Representatives and 7 Senators taking office under their label.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, January 4th, 1820

A bill has been submitted which requests that Maine should be allowed to break off of Massachusetts to form a new free state.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, January 11th, 1820

The Governor of Massachusetts John Brooks has blamed Democratic-Republican policies for the economic panic in Boston and other Northeastern cities.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, January 16th, 1820

Senate Federalists led by Rufus King have argued the moral considerations against in Missouri.

In a conversation, James Monroe and Former President Thomas Jefferson have agreed that Federalists are still "monarchists".

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Daily Political Times, Monday, January 17th, 1820

Northern Democratic-Republicans have joined Federalists in protesting the admittance or formation of a new Slave State.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, January 18th, 1820

Southern Democratic-Republicans fear that Nothern Democratic-Republicans and the Federalists will merge to create a new Northern Abolition Party under DeWitt Clinton.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, January 19th, 1820

Reports say that Secretary John Quincy Adams believes that the political parties will soon realign on a North-South divide.

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