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6-3 Thomas Jefferson Presidency The Election of 1800 This election was different because of political parties choosing running mates. Federalists Candidates Federalists President: John Adams Vice-President: Charles C. Pinckney Review Federalists beliefs: Rule by the wealthy class Strong federal government Emphasis on manufacturing Loose interpretation of the Constitution British alliance Democratic-Republicans Candidates: Democratic-Republicans President: Thomas Jefferson Vice-President: Aaron Burr Review Democratic-Republican beliefs: Rule by the people Strong state governments Emphasis on agriculture Strict interpretation of the Constitution French alliance Review how are President and Vice-President elected... What problems do you see with the results? Electoral Deadlock Jefferson beats Adams, but ties running mate Aaron Burr How was this solved? House of Representatives casts 35 ballots without breaking tie Hamilton intervenes with Federalists to give Jefferson victory What was passed so this wouldn’t happen again? Congress passed the 12th Amendment separate ballots for Pres. and V.P.
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Jefferson’s Philosophy of Government: fellow-citizens, unite with one heart and one mind. =no political d Jefferson first to take office in new Washington, D.C. Jefferson changes to government: Jefferson replaces some Federalists with Democratic-Republicans Reduces size of armed forces cuts social expenses of government Eliminates internal taxes reduces influence of Bank of the U.S.
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