Election of 1796

Election of 1796
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  • I agree with Hamilton and Washington. These attacks on Washington are horrendous.
  • I support this fighting and I believe Washington should be for it too.
  • I am Thomas Jefferson. James Madison and I are the leaders for the Democratic-Republic party.
  • I am the federalist leader, Alexander Hamilton.
  • I Support the idea of having a strong federal government. I believe that the constitution gave government implied powers that are not clearly listed.
  • FEDERALIST
  • Democratic-Republican
  • I believe in a strict reading of the constitution that rejects implied powers. We feel that congress is should be limited to what is absolutely necessary.
  • John Adams won to be president with 71 electoral votes, while Thomas Jefferson got 68 Electoral votes making him vice president.
  • It was not a wise decision to have a Federalist president and republican vice-president because they would disagree on many things
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