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Roger Taney announces he will be running as a Democratic Republican this time, because he was disgusted by the victory of Betsy Ross and Elizabeth Freeman in the federalist primary. Taney pledges to legalize the slave trade and ban women from holding elected office or ever voting. Taney also reaches out to Andrew Jackson @Pringles for his endorsement, since decent southern white men need to look out for one another.

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6 minutes ago, Zenobiyl said:

Roger Taney announces he will be running as a Democratic Republican this time, because he was disgusted by the victory of Betsy Ross and Elizabeth Freeman in the federalist primary. Taney pledges to legalize the slave trade and ban women from holding elected office or ever voting. Taney also reaches out to Andrew Jackson @Pringles for his endorsement, since decent southern white men need to look out for one another.

Justice Jackson is intrigued by the bold campaign of Mr. Taney. However, he refrains endorsing anyone as he wouldnt want to offend his former colleague and long time friend, Vice President Randolph.

However, he states his desire for a Randolph/Taney ticket. And a Pro-Slavery, Anti-Woman platform.

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Harrison Gray Otis will announce his campaign for the Federalist nomination. He hopes to save it from the debacle Betsy Ross & Elizabeth Freeman has turned it into. He also supports passing a constitutional amendment banning women from serving in office, running for office, or voting at all.

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Mayor Edmund Jennings Lee I of Alexandria, Virginia, announces his candidacy for the Democratic Republican nomination. He pledges to run a campaign based on returning the United States to a state of economic prosperity. Lee has great respect for Vice President Randolph, but wants to give a voice to those dissatisfied with some of the failings of the Monroe administration.

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