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The Electoral Collage of 1800 project

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on 19 May 2017

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Transcript of The Electoral Collage of 1800 project

The Electoral College of 1800.
Issues
Electoral and popular votes
In a presidential election, the popular vote simply means an aggregate of all voters from all states in America. It is quite possible that a candidate wins the popular vote and loses the presidential election. This is because although Americans vote directly for their chosen candidate in the presidential election every 4 years, the president is elected by the Electoral College.
By: Drake Ma
Who:
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams.
Year:
1800.
parties:
Democratic-Republican Party for Thomas Jefferson and Federalist Party for John Adams.
The chief political issues revolved around the fallout from the French Revolution, including opposition to the tax imposed by Congress to pay for the mobilization of the new army and the navy in the Quasi-War against France in 1798. The Alien and Sedition Acts, by which Federalists were trying to stifle dissent from Democratic-Republican newspaper editors, also proved to be highly controversial.
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