The 1804 election was a landslide victory for the incumbent Thomas Jefferson and vice-presidential candidate George Clinton (Democratic-Republicans or Republicans) over the Federalist candidates, Charles Pinckney and Rufus King. The vote was 162-14. The election was the first held under the 12th Amendment, which separated electoral college balloting for president and vice president.
Democratic-Republican James Madison was elevated to the presidency in the election of 1808. Madison won 122 electoral votes to Federalist Charles Pinckney’s 47 votes. Vice President George Clinton received 6 electoral votes for president from his native NY, but easily defeated Federalist Rufus King for vice president, 113-47, with scattered vice-presidential votes for Madison, James Monroe, and John Langdon of NH.
The presentation covers the following:
U.S. Presidential Elections
Election of 1800
Election of 1800: Issues
Election of 1804
Election of 1804: Issues
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