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  1. 1. Who would you vote for? (Federalist Primary)

    • Fmr Secy of State John Adams - The Blood
    • Bushrod Washington - CE2
    • Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette - Zenobiyl
    • John Quincy Adams - Mishfox
    • Caleb Strong - Timur

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  • Poll closed on 06/02/2021 at 05:32 PM

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Please take part in our 1804 poll (even if you do not to play in any capacity)

 

The nation sees it's first primary poll. There is no D-R primary, as President Jefferson is the only candidate here.

 

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6 minutes ago, Patine said:

I request not to be tagged again in this thread, not just by you, but by all participants. I am formally announcing my abstention from this thread. Thank-you!

If you vote for me (and not a FINO like Lafayette) I will not tag you anymore @Patine

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(After seeing some disturbing posts)...

Caleb Strong seriously mulls a run as a Straight Federalist third-party candidacy citing his abhorrence of the behavior of the main contenders for the Federalist Party nomination...

(His goal?: Kill any chances of the Adams family becoming President so that this madness can be put to stop once and for all)

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Side note -- while the anachronistic roleplaying has taken any sense of realism off the rails, I was still curious by the LaFayette announcement as I assumed he'd be ineligible as he was French and never a citizen of the US either before or after the rebellion.

But I looked it up, and I was wrong.  He was indeed granted "natural born" citizenship status, and therefore would have been eligible to serve as President.

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3 minutes ago, MrPotatoTed said:

Side note -- while the anachronistic roleplaying has taken any sense of realism off the rails, I was still curious by the LaFayette announcement as I assumed he'd be ineligible as he was French and never a citizen of the US either before or after the rebellion.

But I looked it up, and I was wrong.  He was indeed granted "natural born" citizenship status, and therefore would have been eligible to serve as President.

He’s also a badass

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27 minutes ago, MrPotatoTed said:

Side note -- while the anachronistic roleplaying has taken any sense of realism off the rails, I was still curious by the LaFayette announcement as I assumed he'd be ineligible as he was French and never a citizen of the US either before or after the rebellion.

But I looked it up, and I was wrong.  He was indeed granted "natural born" citizenship status, and therefore would have been eligible to serve as President.

I didn't vote for him because I thought he wasn't eligible. @ConservativeElector2 Can I change my vote? To LaFayette

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37 minutes ago, MrPotatoTed said:

Side note -- while the anachronistic roleplaying has taken any sense of realism off the rails, I was still curious by the LaFayette announcement as I assumed he'd be ineligible as he was French and never a citizen of the US either before or after the rebellion.

But I looked it up, and I was wrong.  He was indeed granted "natural born" citizenship status, and therefore would have been eligible to serve as President.

 

9 minutes ago, themiddlepolitical said:

I didn't vote for him because I thought he wasn't eligible. @ConservativeElector2 Can I change my vote? To LaFayette

I checked the fact whether he is an eligible candidate or not before he was approved to the ballot 😉

Sure.

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