The United States presidential election of 1800 was the fourth quadrennial
presidential election. It was held from Friday, October 31 to Wednesday,
December 3, 1800. In what is sometimes referred to...
Election of 1800. Support for Thomas Jefferson throughout the entire Western
frontier assured his victory over John Adams in the presidential election 1800.
As much as this seems to describe our present-day presidential contests, ... The
presidential election of 1800 was an angry, dirty, crisis-ridden contest that ...
In the United States Presidential election of 1800, sometimes referred to as the "
Revolution of 1800," Vice President Thomas Jefferson defeated incumbent ...
Thomas Jefferson won the disputed presidential election of 1800 but only some
timely intervention by his bitter political rival Alexander Hamilton.
In this lesson, you'll learn about the candidates who ran for president in 1800, the
issues that divided them, the historical significance of the...
The election of 1800 was the only US Presidential election to result in an
Electoral College tie, which brought about the 12th Amendment to the
Constitution and ...
Tally of Electoral Votes for the 1800 Presidential Election, February 11, 1801 ...
The Presidential race was hotly contested between the Federalist President,
John Adams, and the Democratic-Republican ... What is the National Archives?
Aug 13, 2008 ... There have been many other pivotal presidential elections in our history, some ...
Thomas Jefferson called his election "the Revolution of 1800" ...
The role of Election of 1800 in the history of the United States of America. ...
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