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The Elections of 1789 & 1792

And the Administration of George Washington (Major Presidential Elections and the Administrations That Followed)

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Published by Mason Crest Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History - United States/Colonial & Revolutionary,
  • Politics & Government,
  • Social Science - Politics & Government,
  • Washington, George,
  • Children"s 9-12 - Politics / Current Events,
  • 1789,
  • 1792,
  • Election,
  • Elections,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Presidents,
  • United States,
  • Children: Young Adult (Gr. 7-9)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsArthur Meier Schlesinger (Editor), Fred L. Israel (Editor), David J. Frent (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatLibrary Binding
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12370612M
    ISBN 101590843517
    ISBN 109781590843512
    OCLC/WorldCa49959438

    >> The United States presidential election of was the first presidential election in the United States of America. The election took place following the ratification of the United States Constitution in In this election, George Washington was elected for the first of his two terms as President of the United States, and John. This is a 16 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on US Presidential Elections - Election of & - Washington. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. Following the Constitutional Convention of May , over which Geo.

    The United States presidential election of was the third and last presidential election in United States history in which a candidate ran effectively unopposed. (The previous two were the presidential elections of and , in which George Washington ran without serious opposition.) President James Monroe and Vice President Daniel D. Election Facts. Prior to , each Elector cast two votes for President, effectively doubling the votes cast; Each Elector selected Washington with one of his votes, effectively making him unanimous choice for President. That is reflected on the map above. .

    The election of marked the emergence of the political party system in the United States. In the previous elections of and , George Washington won unanimous support with no party affiliation, but over the course of his presidency a strong political divide had formed around the fiscal policy of Alexander Hamilton. Elections of and / Marcus Cunliffe: Correspondence between Alexander Hamilton and general George Washington, August 13 - October 3, --Letter from Alexander Hamilton to Theodore Sedgwick, October 9, --Letter from Alexander Hamilton to James Wilson, Janu --Letter from Jeremiah Wadsworth to Alexander Hamilton.


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The election. On March 1,the U.S. Congress had approved a law that regulated the procedures by which a president and vice president of the United States were chosen.

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United States presidential election ofAmerican presidential election held on Feb. 4,in which George Washington was unanimously chosen as the first president of the United States by electors from 10 of the 13 extant states.

Following the Constitutional Convention of Mayover. The United States presidential election of was the first presidential election in the United States of America, and was the only one to not take place in an even numbered election took place following the ratification of the United States Constitution in The polls opened on Decemand closed on Janu In this election, George Washington was elected.

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Election results for every election, from to the present. Includes all candidates, their parties, number of electoral and popular votes. For the original method of electing the president and the vice president (elections of,and ), see Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution.

Throughthere have been 58 presidential elections. This page links to the results of those historical elections, including a larger map, results and synopsis of the race. 9 rows  Election of George Washington was the unanimous choice of the electors who cast. Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 4th Congress were held on various dates in each state between Aug (New Hampshire), and September 5, ().The election was held during President George Washington's second term.

The voters of Tennessee elected their first congressional representative (Andrew Jackson) on October 7, 2 In early elections, electors were chosen by legislatures, not by popular vote, in many states. 3 Candidates winning no electoral votes and less than 2 percent of the popular vote are excluded; percentages may not add up to percent because of rounding.

4 Washington was unopposed for president in and The Elections of and Posted on Septem by James Hart Most of you remember the contentious election of The period between election day and Inauguration Day say court battles, recounts, and acrimonious public debate. Elections of & & the Administration of George Washington.

[EBSCO History Reference Center.;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book. Description: 1 online resource. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Elections of & INAUGURATION: Inauguration of George Washington on April 30th at the Old City Hall, New York (Currier & Ives/ Metropolitan Museum of Art) Address (Transcript, Images) Joint Congressional Committee Library of Congress.

ELECTION: INAUGURATION. Presidential Elections of and Results Maps Image Galleries > American History Images > Formation of a National Government Images These maps illustrate voting patterns in the presidential elections of andin which George Washington. Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 2nd Congress took place in andin the middle of President George Washington's first term.

While formal political parties still did not exist, coalitions of pro-Washington (pro-Administration) representatives and anti-Administration representatives each gained two seats as a result of the addition of new states to the union.

Election of George Washington was again the unanimous selection of all presidential electors. Partisan politics had grown sharply during his first administration, but there was little interest among his ideological opponents in opposing his reelection.

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French Revolution - French Revolution - Events of The Estates-General met at Versailles on May 5, They were immediately divided over a fundamental issue: should they vote by head, giving the advantage to the Third Estate, or by estate, in which case the two privileged orders of the realm might outvote the third.

On June 17 the bitter struggle over this legal issue finally drove the. Inthe first presidential election, George Washington was unanimously elected president of the United States. With 69 electoral votes, Washington won the support of each participating elector.

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It is also the only presidential election that was not held four years after the previous election.National Elections of Sources. Electoral College.

The framers of the Constitution designed a method of electing the president that grew out of their fear of democracy and political corruption and their desire to maintain the separation of powers that was the basis of the federal system of government.