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Alternate US Presidential Elections 1788 - 2016 V2

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, March 6th, 1804

Fisher Ames has accused the "Virginia Faction" of purposely "depressing New England".

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, March 11th, 1804

The last formalities of the purchase of Lousiana have been completed in St. Louis, half of the continent now belongs to the United States.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, March 22nd, 1804

The French Republic has adopted the Napoleonic Code in order to modernize French civil law.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, April 2nd, 1804

Rumours say that Massachusetts Senator Timothy Pickering and former Massachusetts Senator George Cabot are hatching another plot for the secession of New England.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, April 4th, 1804

Former Senator George Cabot has denied rumours of a New England secession plot amid new rumours that the State of New York might join a "Nothern Confederacy" if Thomas Jefferson wins the Presidential Election.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, April 6th, 1804

Alexander Hamilton has accused "dangerous" President Burr of fomenting Northeastern secession in the US.

President Burr has said he will not join the Federalist Party despite tensions between himself and his home Democratic-Republican Party.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, April 7th, 1804

President Burr has accused Alexander Hamilton of "despicable" slander.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, April 11th, 1804

Former Representative Fisher Ames has denied rumours of New England secession but has said he would sympathize with an attempt of secession.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, April 12th, 1804

Reports say that Alexander Hamilton is using his influence to quell any talk of secession in the North.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, April 16th, 1804

New York Federalist Rufus King, a signatory of the Constitution, has failed badly in an attempt to win a Senate seat.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, April 27th, 1804

Tory Henry Addington resigned as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, May 8th, 1804

President Burr's Supreme Court nominee, William Johnson of South Carolina, has been confirmed by the Senate.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, May 11th, 1804

Tory William Pitt the Younger has once again become the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and has promised to oppose Napoleon Bonaparte.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, May 15th, 1804

President Burr has sent Virignians Lewis and Clark to explore the unknown West. 

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, May 19th, 1804

Consul Napoleon Bonaparte has been proclaimed to be the Emperor of the French by the Sénat conservateur of the French Republic.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, May 20th, 1804

Here are the results of the Democratic-Republican Party Presidential Nominating Caucus:

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, May 27th, 1804

Democratic-Republican Nominee Thomas Jefferson has chosen Levi Lincoln as his running mate for upcoming Presidential Election.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, June 3rd, 1804

Rumours say that Alexander Hamilton is plotting a new Christian-based Conservative Party to replace the poorly performing Federalist Party.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, June 10th, 1804

The German composer Ludwig van Beethoven has performed the Eroica Symphony in Vienna. 

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, June 16th, 1804

The States have ratified the 12th Amendment to the Constitution which ensures that electors must cast a vote for both the President and Vice President on their ballots, the 2nd placed candidate will no longer become Vice President the running mate of the winner will become the Vice President.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, July 8th, 1804

Here are the results of the Federalist Party Presidential Nominating Convention:

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John Jay has chosen John Marshall as his running mate for the upcoming Presidential Election.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, July 12th, 1804

President Aaron Burr has shot Alexander Hamilton in a duel at Weehawken, New Jersey.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, July 13th, 1804

Alexander Hamilton, the father of US commerce, has been declared at the age of 47 after being shot by President Burr in a duel yesterday.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, July 15th, 1804

There has been an inconclusive naval battle with Barbary Pirates off of the coast of Tripoli.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, August 4th, 1804

Admiral Edward Preble, along with Captain Stephen Decatur, has bombarded Tripoli.

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