Election of 1800

Election of 1800
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by Macy Weatherford and Alicia Sowell

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  • 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.
  • Ready for our partnership? I don't think so!
  • Thomas ended up becoming the third president of the United States!
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