1800 Election

1800 Election
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  • Today we have gotten news that our presidential election between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson has resulted in a tie. I have been informed that the House of Representatives will vote for the final result.
  • Aaron Burr is one of our candidates running for president. He was a general in the Revolutionary War. After that he became a lawyer. He was a senator after he was appointed New York State Attorney General.
  • The other candidate is Thomas Jefferson. He wrote the Declaration of Independence and was a previous Vice President under John Adams. He is part of the Democratic- Republican party. He was also a State Secretary for George Washington.
  • Thomas Jefferson.  He has an opinion, it may be different than mine but it is better than someone who has no opinion and just smiles and nods.
  • Mr. Hamilton, who will receive your vote? You can greatly influence the election.
  • Who are you voting for? I think I will vote for Jefferson now. Hamilton's opinion makes sense.
  • Me too. We have no clue what he will do since he doesn't have any opinions. r at least if he does we don't know what they are.
  • But Aaron Burr could be easily influenced. We could get him to do whatever we want him to do.
  • And Aaron went to Princeton. He is very well educated. He also served our country during the Revolutionary War. I think I am going to vote now.
  • The votes have been counted from the House of Representatives. The winner of the tie breaking race is Thomas Jefferson! He won ten states to Burr's three!
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