Election of 1800

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The election campaign of 1800 was a partial replay of the campaign of 1796, with the Jeffersonians opposing Federalist policies. The attacks of the Jeffersonians were somewhat muted by the Alien and Sedition Act. Adams faced substantial opposition within his own party. Hamilton opposed Adams reelection and schemed to have Pickney, Adams vice Presidential candidate receive more electoral votes and thus become President...
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The election was settled when the New York legislature became dominated by supporters of Jefferson, thus providing him with 12 key electoral votes. The defeat to the Federalist however, did not end the Election of 1800. The Democratic-Republicans made the mistake of assigning the same number of electoral votes to both Jefferson as Burr...
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