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Who would you vote for? (Run-off)  

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  1. 1. Who would you vote for?

    • Fmr Secy of State John Adams - The Blood
    • Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette - Zenobiyl

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  • Poll closed on 06/04/2021 at 01:58 PM

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14 minutes ago, The Blood said:

Seeing these initial results, Adams will concede the race and endorse Lafayette in the name of party unity. @Zenobiyl

Lafayette personally meets with Adams to thank him for the magnanimous concession, and promises to work with him in the general election and in a potential federalist administration should he win.

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2 minutes ago, Pringles said:

President Jefferson offers his congratulations to Lafayette. Championing him as a worthy opponent rather than the other radicals that were running. (I wonder who.)

In light of Jefferson’s kind words Lafayette makes a novel pledge to run a campaign focused on the issues instead of personal attacks.

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9 minutes ago, Pringles said:

President Jefferson offers his congratulations to Lafayette. Championing him as a worthy opponent rather than the other radicals that were running. (I wonder who.)

Abigail Adams and John Jay perhaps?:classic_tongue:

BTW,

"In 1800 and other elections, the Federalists targeted infidelity in any form. They repeatedly charged that Republican candidates, especially Jefferson, were atheistic or nonreligious." - Wikipedia

Wow, my roleplaying wasn't so unrealistic at all.

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3 minutes ago, Timur said:

 

Abigail Adams and John Jay perhaps?:classic_tongue:

BTW,

"In 1800 and other elections, the Federalists targeted infidelity in any form. They repeatedly charged that Republican candidates, especially Jefferson, were atheistic or nonreligious." - Wikipedia

Wow, my roleplaying wasn't so unrealistic at all.

Yep. One of the many other reasons as to why I hate the Federalist Party. Riddled with elitism, nativism, bigotry, and intolerance. 😛 

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4 minutes ago, Timur said:

 

Abigail Adams and John Jay perhaps?:classic_tongue:

BTW,

"In 1800 and other elections, the Federalists targeted infidelity in any form. They repeatedly charged that Republican candidates, especially Jefferson, were atheistic or nonreligious." - Wikipedia

Wow, my roleplaying wasn't so unrealistic at all.

Yeah, I know the campaigns were nasty IRL but I’m just sick of the mudslinging after the last two elections where people were accused of rape and being gay etc etc. We need a chill election.

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18 minutes ago, Zenobiyl said:

In light of Jefferson’s kind words Lafayette makes a novel pledge to run a campaign focused on the issues instead of personal attacks.

NY Senator Dewitt Clinton reaches out to Lafayette and asks for the VP spot

"Me and future president Lafayette shall bring this party to a stable future, and we shall bring him NY and beyond"

He proposes the campaign slogan

"Lafayette and Clinton for stable and sustainable leadership"

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2 minutes ago, themiddlepolitical said:

NY Senator Dewitt Clinton reaches out to Lafayette and asks for the VP spot

"Me and future president Lafayette shall bring this party to a stable future, and we shall bring him NY and beyond"

He proposes the campaign slogan

"Lafayette and Clinton for stable and sustainable leadership"

@Zenobiyl

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Just now, themiddlepolitical said:

Sec. Deerbourn endorses his President, Thomas Jefferson for president

NY Sen. Dewitt Clinton does the same, crossing party lines, after flipping his vote to push LaFayette forward with no compensation. 

 @Pringles

President Jefferson thanks Senator Clinton and promises a reward in his cabinet should he win the election. 

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