by Macy Weatherford and Alicia Sowell
After Burr and Jefferson received the same amount of electoral votes, the House of Representatives had to decide who would win.
Jefferson or Burr?
Hamilton's vote determined who would win the presidential election.
Hamilton ended up voting for Jefferson, resulting in him winning the election.
Many people didn't understand why Hamilton voted for someone he never agrees with, so Hamilton answered their questions by stating, "Jefferson has beliefs, Burr has none"
12th amendment passed: Vote for your choice of vice president rather than having the runner up.
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Thomas ended up becoming the third president of the United States!
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