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Daily Political Times, Friday, October 2nd, 1812

General Henry Dearborn's army is refusing to follow an order to march into Canada.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, October 10th, 1812

A Naval force under Duncan Elliott has captured two British Warships.

An American has been crushed in Canada at Queenstown by Sir Issac Brock, Brock has been mortally wounded, US casualties are high.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, October 16th, 1812

Pennsylvania has moved its capital to Harrisburg.

A British blockade has started to form along the US coast.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, October 20th, 1812

Reports say that French Emperor Napoleon is abandoning his invasion of the Russian Empire. 

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, October 21st, 1812

French marshal Claude Carra Saint-Cyr has been defeated by forces from the Russian Empire at Polotsk.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, October 24th, 1812

An attempted coup to overthrow French Emperor Napoleon has failed in Paris.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, October 25th, 1812

General Eugène de Beauharnais has defeated a force from the Russian Empire during the French retreat.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, October 26th, 1812

Commodore Stephen Decatur has defeated and captured the HMS Macedonian.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, October 28th, 1812

Reports say that Federalists efforts for a national protest against the war are failing.

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Results

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The colour green denotes the States won by James Madison & Fmr Gov. Gerry.

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James Madison (Democratic-Republican), 5th President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1813 - March 4th 1817

 

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Elbridge Gerry (Democratic-Republican), 7th Vice President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1813 - November 23rd 1814 (Died in Office) (Office remained vacant for the rest of the term's length)

 

Madison's 1st term is the same as his IRL 2nd term.

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1816 United States Presidential Election

"This election takes place a year after the conclusions of the War of 1812."

- Election Blurb.

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Federalist Party Caucus Candidates

  • Sen. Rufus King.
  • Chief Justice John Marshall.
  • Fmr Gov. John Jay.
  • Fmr Rep. Harrison Gray Otis.

 

Democratic-Republican Party Caucus Candidates

  • Sec. James Monroe.
  • Sec. William H. Crawford.
  • Gov. Daniel Tompkins.
  • Gov. Simon Snyder.
  • Gen. Andrew Jackson.
  • Speaker Henry Clay.
  • Rep. John Randolph.
  • Gen. William Henry Harrison.
  • Amb. John Quincy Adams.
  • Pres. James Madison.
  • Fmr Pres. Aaron Burr.

 

Independent Candidates

  • Unpledged voters (With Judge Amos Ellmaker as their running mate).
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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, November 21st, 1815

The European Coalition Powers have declared the Napoleonic Wars to be officially over.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, December 1st, 1815

Reports say that the backlash from the Hartford Convention has seen the number of Federalists dwindle.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, December 2nd, 1815

Former President and Federalist John Adams has admitted that he supported James Madison in the 1812 election, but that he is unsure of who he will support in 1816.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, December 4th, 1815

The Secretary of the Treasury George Dallas has met with President Madison to find a fix for the economy.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, December 6th, 1815

President Madison has begun to adopt Federalist policies. He has called for a national bank, a federal infrastructure program and high tariffs.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, December 7th, 1815

Old Democratic-Republicans are protesting Madison's new policies, John Randolph is enraged while James Monroe has remained quiet.

Also here are the results of the Federalist Party Presidential Nominating Caucus:

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Daily Political Times, Friday, December 8th, 1815

Marshal Michel Ney, who fought alongside Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Waterloo, has been executed in Paris.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, December 10th, 1815

Federalist Rufus King won't support the Federalist policies that have been adopted by President Madison.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, December 11th, 1815

Former President John Adams has declared that "Both parties have captured the other party's hill".

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, December 16th, 1815

Napoleon has been reportedly put into exile in Saint Helena. 

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, December 17th, 1815


New York Democratic-Republicans have launched a paper in support of Secretary William Crawford of Georgia for President.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, December 20th, 1815

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

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John Jay has chosen Att. Gen. Richard Rush as his running mate for the upcoming Presidential Election.

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