Election of 1796

Election of 1796

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  • The Presidential election of 1796 was the first after Washington's terms and was the first to have 2 political parties. Jefferson was a Democratic-Republican and Adams was a Federalist
  • The Democratic-Republicans and Federalists went at each other. Jefferson (Democratic-Republican) called Adams (Federalist) monarchists and supporters of aristocrats
  • Adams and the Democratic-Republicans in turn said the Federalists were tied to the violence of the French Revolution.
  • In the end John Adams won the election with 71 votes and Thomas Jefferson became the vice-president with 68 votes. This put two people of opposite parties in power.
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