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Daily Political Times, Thursday, June 2nd, 1808

Those opposed to a Virginian Dynasty when it comes to the Presidency have urged George Clinton to run as an Independent candidate for President.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, June 4th, 1808

Massachusetts Federalists are pressuring Senator John Quincy Adams to resign for supporting the Embargo Act.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, June 9th, 1808

John Quincy Adams has resigned from the Senate.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, July 2nd, 1808

Rep. John Randolph has slammed James Madison as a Democratic-Republican in Name Only, he also praised James Monroe.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, July 5th, 1808

Fisher Ames, the influential member of the Federalist Party, has died at the age of 50.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, July 8th, 1808

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

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John Quincy Adams has chosen Assoc. Justice Bushrod Washington as his running mate for the upcoming Presidential Election.

 

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, July 23rd, 1808

French General Pierre Dupont de l'Étang has surrendered to the army of the Kingdom of Spain following a defeat.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, August 22nd, 1808

The Anglo-Portuguese army under the command of General Arthur Wellesley has defeated the forces of French General Jean-Andoche Junot, forcing the French forces out of Portugal.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, September 28th, 1808

French Emperor Napoleon has met with Russian Tsar Alexander I at Erfurt in order to reaffirm the alliance between their two nations.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, October 15th, 1808

Rumours say that French Emperor Napoleon is to recognise the Russian Empire's conquest of Finland and Sweden in exchange for support for an invasion of the Austrian Empire.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, October 26th, 1808

Rumours say that French Emperor Napoleon is to join his armies stationed in the Kingdom of Spain in order to crush the Spanish resistance.

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Results

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The colour green denotes the States won by Pres. Jefferson & George Clinton and the colour pink denotes the States won by Fmr Sen. Quincy Adams & Assoc. Justice Washington.

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Thomas Jefferson (Democratic-Republican), 4th President of the United States of America, 2nd Term: March 4th 1809 - March 4th 1813

 

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George Clinton (Democratic-Republican), 6th Vice President of the United States of America, 1st Term: March 4th 1809 - April 20th 1812 (Died in Office) (Office remained vacant for the rest of the term's length)

 

Jefferson's 2nd term is nearly identical to Madison's IRL 1st term as they agreed on the majority of issues.

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1812 United States Presidential Election

"Thomas Jefferson is under fire by both Northern Federalists and Northern Republicans for policies against the United Kingdom that are rapidly bringing us to war. As such, Northern politicians of both major parties see the Democratic-Republican Party as vulnerable in their bid to maintain their control of the Presidency.  Federalists wishing to unseat the Democratic-Republicans have mostly lined up behind moderate Northern Democratic-Republican DeWitt Clinton. Can the opponents of the Democratic-Republicans use the chaotic events of 1812 to end the Virginia Dynasty?"

- Election Blurb.

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Independent Fusion Candidates

  • Mayor DeWitt Clinton (With Speaker Henry Clay as his running mate).

 

Democratic-Republican Party Caucus Candidates

  • James Madison.
  • Sec. James Monroe.
  • Gen. Andrew Jackson.
  • Gen. William Henry Harrison.
  • Amb. John Quincy Adams.
  • Speaker Henry Clay.
  • Fmr Pres. Aaron Burr.

 

Straight Federalist Candidates

  • Fmr Amb. Rufus King.

 

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, January 11th, 1812

The Governor of the State of Massachusetts Elbridge Gerry has accused the British of interfering in American policies through the Federalist Party and the newspapers.

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Daily Political Times, Wednesday, January 15th, 1812

The Mayor of New York City DeWitt Clinton has promoted his New York canal project in Washington D.C.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, January 16th, 1812

Rumours say that Gouverneur Morris has met with DeWitt Clinton in order to push the Mayor to run for President as an independent on a ticket with Speaker Henry Clay. 

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, January 21st, 1812

Federalists are urging Chief Justice John Marshall to run for President.

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, January 28th, 1812

General James Wilkinson has been demoted from the position of Senior Military Officer and he has been replaced by Henry Dearborn.

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Daily Political Times, Friday, January 31st, 1812

The Federalists have agreed to vote on war preparation bills with the Democratic-Republicans in order to prove they are unattached to the British.

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Daily Political Times, Saturday, February 1st, 1812

The War preparation bills have shown a sharp divide between the Northern and Southern Federalists, as New England Federalists favour only building up the navy.

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Daily Political Times, Monday, February 3rd, 1812

The Russian Empire has established a fur trading colony on the West Coast of our continent.

 

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Daily Political Times, Tuesday, February 11th, 1812

Former President John Adams and Current President Thomas Jefferson have renewed their friendship.

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Daily Political Times, Thursday, February 13th, 1812

The Governor of Massachusetts Elbridge Gerry has come under fire for signing a bill which authorizes absurd redistricting boundaries.

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