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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, October 16th, 1804

Associate Justice Samuel Chase has been slammed with 8 articles of impeachments. Federalists have called the impeachment a witch hunt.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, November 1st, 1804

The Territorial Governor of Indiana William Henry Harrison is to force the Sauk Indians to cede land in a new treaty.

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The colour green denotes the states won by Fmr VP Jefferson & Levi Lincoln and the colour pink denotes the states won by Fmr Gov. Jay & Chief Justice Marshall.

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Keep up the good work!

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Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican), 4th President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1805 - March 4th 1809

 

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Levi Lincoln Sr. (Democratic-Republican), 5th Vice President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1805 - March 4th 1809

 

Jefferson's first term is the same as his IRL second one.

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1808 United States Presidential Election

"This election takes place as Jefferson's first-term is winding down.  His first term has been highly controversial. The major issue is the embargo against Britain, which is wrecking trade in the North. Despite this, Jefferson maintains a high popularity, especially for his efforts in making cheap land available in the West for American settlement, which allows many new property holders and, therefore, more voters. Federalists, meanwhile, hope to resurrect a dwindling party in an age of greater Democracy. Internationally, Napoleon dominates the headlines."

- Election blurb.

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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.
  • Sen. John Quincy Adams.
  • Fmr Amb. Rufus King.

 

Democratic-Republican Party Caucus Candidates

  • Sec. James Madison.
  • Fmr Amb. James Monroe.
  • George Clinton.
  • Pres. Thomas Jefferson.
  • Fmr Pres. Aaron Burr.

 

Independent Northern Democratic-Republican Candidate

  • Mayor DeWitt Clinton (With Jared Ingersoll as his running mate).

 

Independent Southern Democratic-Republican Candidate

  • Rep. John Randolph (With Nathaniel Macon as his running mate).
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Daily Political Times, Friday, January 8th, 1808

Thomas Jefferson's embargo is being seen by many people as wrecking the economy of the North.

An act prohibiting the importation of slaves is now in effect.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, January 11th, 1808

Relations between the United Kingdom and the United States have worsened as President Jefferson has defended his decision to reject the Monroe-Pinckney Treaty.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, January 23rd, 1808

Rumours say that the Portuguese royal family are hiding from the French in Brazil. 

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, February 2nd, 1808

General Pinckney is being seen as the most reasonable Federalist Party Presidential candidate with President Jefferson's popularity waning, and war with the United Kingdom is possible.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, February 3rd, 1808

Troops from the French Empire have occupied the Papal States including Vatican City.

The Russian Empire has invaded Finland.

 

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Daily Political Times, Friday, February 12th, 1808

Jesse Fells of the State of Pennsylvania has discovered that coal can be burned as fuel.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, February 15th, 1808

John Dickinson, one of the Founding Fathers, has died at the age of 75.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, March 2nd, 1808

Thomas Jefferson has upset John Randolph and Old Democratic-Republicans as the President has proposed a Federal infrastructure program.

Rumours say that George Clinton's faction distrusts the Democratic-Republican Party Presidential Nomination Caucus, as the caucus is likely to give the nomination to a Virginian without contest.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, March 3rd, 1808

Troops from the Russian Empire have occupied Helsinki.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, March 10th, 1808

Rumours say that Former President Burr is considering fleeing to England to avoid creditors.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, March 15th, 1808

The Kingdom of Denmark-Norway has declared war on the Kingdom of Sweden.

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Daily Political Times, Sunday, March 20th, 1808

King Charles IV of Spain has been forced to abdicate by Emperor Napoleon of France, Charles IV has been succeeded by Ferdinand VII as the King of Spain.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, April 7th, 1808

John Jacob Astor of the State of New York has founded the American Fur Company.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, April 16th, 1808

Reports say that the Federalists have been strengthening their party's organisation amid discontent with President Jefferson.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, May 3rd, 1808

The population of Madrid in Spain have begun to rebel against their occupiers from the French Empire.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, May 20th, 1808

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

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Daily Political Times, Friday, May 27th, 1808

Democratic-Republican Party Presidential Nominee Thomas Jefferson has chosen George Clinton as his running mate for the upcoming Presidential Election.

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