I am Roger Sherman and I am a Federalist. I am a supporter of the Constitution, drafted the D.O.I and the A.O.C, went to the Philadelphia Convention, and well known in political debates and negotiations.
My name is Alexander Hamilton. I am a Founding Father of the US and I am a Federalist. I funded the federal debt at face value, which rectified and nationalized the financial chaos inherited from the revolution. I am a member of the Continental Congress, an author of the Federalist Papers, a champion of the Constitution and the first secretary of the Treasury, where I helped found the first national bank, the U.S. Mint and a tax collection bureau.
I am George Washington and I am a Federalist, I was elected president of the convention that wrote the U.S. Constitution. Two years later, I became America’s first president.
My name is James Madison and I am a Federalist. I composed the first drafts of the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights and earned the nickname “Father of the Constitution.” In 1780, I became a Virginia delegate to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia.
My name is Benjamin Franklin and I am a Federalist. I participated as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia. I favored a unicameral legislature but my beliefs were not favored by the majority. I wrote an impassioned speech, in which I used persuasive powers to urge all delegates to sign the Constitution.
My name is Patrick Henry and I am an Anti-Federalist. I refused to attend what became the Constitutional Convention, as I feared that the meeting was a plot by the powerful to construct a strong central government of which they would be the masters. I was one of its most outspoken critics and wondered aloud why the Constitution did not include a bill of rights.