Eboogie4
  • Eboogie4
What was the result of the election of 1800? Two men of different political parties had to serve with one another as President and Vice President. John Adams dropped out of the race as a result of the Sedition Act and the XYZ Affair. The Constitution had to be amended to require electors to vote separately for President and Vice President. The federal government outlawed duels as a result of the conflict between Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton.
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micahm
  • micahm
"Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson defeated Federalist John Adams by a margin of seventy-three to sixty-five electoral votes in the presidential election of 1800. When presidential electors cast their votes, however, they failed to distinguish between the office of president and vice president on their ballots. Presidential Election of 1800 - Library of Congress www.loc.gov/rr/program/.../elections/election1800.html

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