Running-mates Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr received the same number of electoral votes in the presidential election of 1800.
Thomas Jefferson won the 1800 presidential election defeating John Quincy Adams, Aaron Burr, Charles Pinckney, and John Jay. In 1800, electors voted for two individuals and did not distinguish between their presidential and vice-presidential choices until the passage of the Twelfth Amendment to the United States Constitution in 1803. The recipient of the most electoral votes in 1800 would become president and the runner-up vice-president. Thomas Jefferson received 73 electoral votes, his running-mate Aaron Burr received 73 electoral votes, John Quincy Adams received 65 electoral votes, Charles Pinckney received 64 electoral votes, and John Jay received 1 electoral vote. Although John Quincy Adams ran as Thomas Jefferson's main opponent in the general election, running-mates Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr received the same number of electoral votes. The election was decided in the House of Representatives, with 10 State delegations voting for Jefferson, 4 voting for Burr and 2 making no choice. Thomas Jefferson became President and his running-mate Aaron Burr became Vice President.
Thomas Jefferson and his running mate, Aaron Burr
The electoral college voting ended in a tie. The election ended with the U.S. House of Representatives breaking the tie and electing Thomas Jefferson.
the electoral system of 1800 failed because there were not enough guidelines in place to do the job. In the election of 1800, both Jefferson and Aaron Burr received the same number of electoral votes, this is why the House decided.
Thomas Jefferson referred to the presidential election of 1800 as the Revolution of 1800 because it ushered in a Democratic-Republican Party rule. It also lead to the eventual demise of the Federalist Party.
The major problem Adams faced in the 1800 election was his refusal to go to war against France. John Adams served as the 2nd U.S. President.
He reversed Federalist policies
Aaron Burr and he finished in a tie,
House of Reps
yes, in the election of 1800 thomas Jefferson and john Adams
Yes, and there has been (1800). If there was a tie, the House of Representatives would vote.
The Presidential Election of 1800 ended in a tie in the Electoral College. This sent the election to the House of Representatives where politics took over. Even though that election was salvaged, it was obvious that new rules were needed to prevent this happening again.
The only tie was the one between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr in 1800 that resulted in the 12th Amendment to the U. S. Constitution.
The election of 1800 was more important than the election of 1796. In 1796 George Washington was elected president unopposed. The election of 1800 had several people vying for the presidency.
The election of 1800 proved that the executive branch could be won by an Anti-Federalist.
The election of 1800 is called the Revolution of 1800 because power changed hands without war. The Federalist Party had held powers since George Washington's first election in 1788.
Any election with a tie in the vote is a runoff.
It was the first transfer of power that didn't involve bloodshed. (Federalist to Republicans) It marked the end of the federalist party and the begining of the Republican. yay apush