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Alternate US Presidential Elections 1788 - 2016 V2

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, June 17th, 1800

Rumours say that Alexander Hamilton was removed by President Adams for demanding an invasion of Lousiana.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, July 5th, 1800

The Territory of Indiana has been formed by Congress.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, August 2nd, 1800

George III of Great Britain has signed the Act of Union with the Kingdom of Ireland, Great Britain and Ireland are now united as one nation called the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, August 31st, 1800

The Governor of Virginia James Monroe has prevented a slave revolt with his State's militia.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, October 1st, 1800

The Treaty of Mortefontaine has been signed today between the United States of America and the French Republic, the treaty brings to an end the fighting between the USA and France known as the Quasi-War and ends the formal alliance between the two nations.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, October 3rd, 1800

The Kingdom of Spain has returned control over Lousiana to the French Republic.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, October 12th, 1800

Supporters of the Democratic-Republican Party have attacked President Adams by calling him a womanly, toothless hermaphrodite.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, October 14th, 1800

Supporters of the Federalist Party have attacked Thomas Jefferson by calling him an atheist; anarchist and the father of his own slaves' children.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, October 27th, 1800

Alexander Hamilton is urging Federalists to support Charles Cotesworth Pickney for President.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, October 29th, 1800

Rumours say that the ambitious Aaron Burr might steal the top of the Democratic-Republican Presidential Ticket from Thomas Jefferson, who is the presumptive Democratic-Republican Party Presidential Nominee. 

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Daily Political Times, Friday, October 31st, 1800

Rumours say that Alexander Hamilton has tried to convince John Jay to nullify NY votes if Thomas Jefferson or Aaron Burr win the State.

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Results

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The colour yellow denotes states won by Fmr Sen. Burr; the colour red denotes the states won by Pres. Adams and the colour gold denotes states won by Fmr Gov. Clinton.

 

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Aaron Burr (Democratic-Republican), 3rd President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1801 - March 4th 1805

 

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John Adams (Federalist), 4th Vice President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1801 - March 4th 1805

 

Burr's 1st term is nearly identical to Jefferson's 1st IRL term due to them agreeing on the majority of issues.

 

President Burr declines to run for a second term due to the murder of Alexander Hamilton by his hand and falling out of favour with the Democratic-Republican Party and Thomas Jefferson.

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1804 United States Presidential Election

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Federalist Party Caucus Candidates

  • Fmr VP Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.
  • Chief Justice John Marshall.
  • Fmr Gov. John Jay.
  • Fmr Pres. John Adams.
  • Fmr Sen. Gouverneur Morris.
  • Fmr Rep. Henry Lee III.
  • Sen. John Quincy Adams.

 

Democratic-Republican Party Caucus Candidates

  • Fmr VP Thomas Jefferson.
  • Gov. George Clinton.
  • Sec. James Madison.
  • Amb. James Monroe.

 

Rumours are also circulating about some voters supporting an unofficial Third Party candidate.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, January 2nd, 1804

The Empire of Haiti, formed by revolting slaves, has declared its independence from the French Republic.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, January 6th, 1804

Rumours say that Federalist Senator Timothy Pickering is plotting with President Burr to prevent Thomas Jefferson from becoming President.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, January 7th, 1804

Does the Senator Pickering rumour confirm a plan by New England to secede from the Union if Jefferson is elected President?

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Daily Political Times, Friday, January 13th, 1804

Several New England politicians have denied ever discussing secession.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, January 27th, 1804

Associate Justice Alfred Moore has resigned from the Supreme Court.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, February 13th, 1804

German philosopher Immanuel Kant has died.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, February 15th, 1804

Serbians have begun rebelling against Ottoman rule.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, February 16th, 1804

The State of New Jersey has abolished slavery meaning that all States North of Maryland are now free States.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, February 17th, 1804

A naval crew under Stephen Decatur has a burned a US ship which was captured by Barbary Pirates.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, March 2nd, 1804

Fisher Ames has declared that Thomas Jefferson is "too democratic" to protect the liberties of the citizens of the US.

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