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Who Would You Have Voted For? (Series 1)


(Series 1: 1796-1820)  

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  1. 1. 1796 Election

  2. 2. 1800 Election

  3. 3. 1804 Election

  4. 4. 1808 Election

  5. 5. 1812 Election

  6. 6. 1816 Election

  7. 7. 1820 Election

    • James Monroe (Unopposed)
    • Write-In: Dewitt Clinton
    • Write-In: John Quincy Adams
    • Other

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Hey everyone!

I thought I’d start a series of polls here basically asking exactly what the title says! I do ask that we try to be a little realistic in our decision making, you can obviously apply your current ideology to back then, but don’t say, not vote for x candidate because of a revelation that was found after their Presidency, or a historically negative interpretation of an event. That’s all I ask we try to do. Simply be realistic! Hope y’all enjoy! 🙂 

I am not including the large multitude of people running in 1796 because it’s late and I am tired. But if you select other, feel free to specify who you’d support in the comments. 

I will also include significant third party bids as choices in the polling when I see fit.

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6 minutes ago, Pringles said:

I'll start another poll at the end of the day probably when more votes come in.

Who wins if there is a tie?

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I love how a write-in candidate is winning.

Edited by Timur
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11 minutes ago, Timur said:

Who wins if there is a tie?

It's mainly just to see how everyone would've voted had they lived back then, so it'll probably stay the same. 

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I'll also keep track of the most lopsided wins in the following series of these polls. Right now it looks like Jefferson in 1804 is taking the cake. 

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