The Election of 1796

The Election of 1796
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  •   We support Alexander Hamilton. We are Democratic Republicans!
  •  I support Thomas Jefferson! I am a Federalist!
  • The Federalists are looking very good. We are being led by Jefferson and Madison!
  • Yes, but the Democratic-Republicans are led by Hamilton!
  • I am Federalist and I believe its not very wise to let ordinary people become too involved in politics.
  • I agree! I also believe the Constitution gives the government implied powers even though they are not clearly listed.
  • We Republicans believe in a strict reading of the Constitution. We should reject implied powers. 
  • I think its safest when ordinary people take part in the government.
  • John Adams and Charles Pickney
  •  The President is John Adams with 71 votes and the Vice President is Thomas Jefferson with 68 votes.
  • Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr
  • I think there should not be any implied powers for the government!
  • I think implied powers for the government is fine! We are allowed to do things even  if they aren't clearly listed in the Constitution.
  • The President and Vice President are not getting along because of thier different beliefs.
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