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Who would you vote for?  

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  1. 1. Who would you vote for? (Red (F/Whig/GOP) Primary)

    • Bushrod Washington - CE2
    • Henry Clay - themiddlepolitical
    • Harrison Gray Otis - Timur
    • Rufus King - The Blood
  2. 2. Who would you vote for? (Blue (Anti-Fed/D-R/Dem) Primary)

    • John Randolph of Roanoke - WVProgressive
    • Roger B. Taney - Zenobiyl
    • Edmund Jennings Lee - Cal

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  • Poll closed on 07/17/2021 at 06:19 PM

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Roget Taney drops out after the returns show Randolph ahead, and endorses the democratic ticket. @WVProgressive

”Randolph is a good white man, and he will stand up to the nonsense of Betsy Ross and the radical left. I will continue to fight for the disenfranchisement of all women and minorities, because I am a faithful conservative. See you all in 1824!”

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6 minutes ago, Pringles said:

Justice Andrew Jackson calls for the banning of women from elected office, and voting. He requests that both nominees in the spirit of bipartisanship take this pledge.

@ConservativeElector2

@WVProgressive

Roger Taney goes even further, supporting giving slave owners extra votes for each slave they own, and transferring women’s votes to their husbands.

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1 hour ago, Zenobiyl said:

Roger Taney goes even further, supporting giving slave owners extra votes for each slave they own, and transferring women’s votes to their husbands.

George Jones supports this idea, noting that he’d be one of the most powerful voters in the country. He also goes further and proposes banning women and colored people from all government offices, even unelected.

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9 minutes ago, Rezi said:

George Jones supports this idea, noting that he’d be one of the most powerful voters in the country. He also goes further and proposes banning women and colored people from all government offices, even unelected.

Roger Taney loves this idea, in fact he loves he so much he also proposes banning women and colored people from reading or writing!

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4 hours ago, Zenobiyl said:

Roget Taney drops out after the returns show Randolph ahead, and endorses the democratic ticket. @WVProgressive

”Randolph is a good white man, and he will stand up to the nonsense of Betsy Ross and the radical left. I will continue to fight for the disenfranchisement of all women and minorities, because I am a faithful conservative. See you all in 1824!”

Radical Federalist Harrison Gray Otis marks his disagreement with Taney that the Federalists are all for women. He proposes an amendment in the senate barring women from running for office or even voting at all. @ConservativeElector2 (die roll, please).

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2 hours ago, Rezi said:

George Jones supports this idea, noting that he’d be one of the most powerful voters in the country. He also goes further and proposes banning women and colored people from all government offices, even unelected.

 

4 hours ago, Zenobiyl said:

Roger Taney goes even further, supporting giving slave owners extra votes for each slave they own, and transferring women’s votes to their husbands.

Harrison Gray Otis disagrees. Even though he might not support people of color running for office, banning it might be a step too far.  He suggests however that a candidate must be literate & college educated in order to run.  He also disagrees with giving slave owners extra votes for each slave they own because it would favor the South too much.  However, transferring women's votes to their husbands may/may not be a possibility. However, he suggests that banning women from voting will be enough.

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13 hours ago, Zenobiyl said:

Roger Taney loves this idea, in fact he loves he so much he also proposes banning women and colored people from reading or writing!

Harrison Gray Otis questions the logic of Roger Taney. "Will Roger Taney willingly ban his daughters from reading or writing?"

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4 hours ago, Timur said:

Harrison Gray Otis also suggests that the Federalists could consider holding a "national convention." He suggests Hartford, Connecticut as a possible location.

They do and in Hartford Bushrod Washington nominates Henry Clay @themiddlepolitical to be his VP candidate in order to push for a truly united America.

@WVProgressive please nominate your VP candidate as well.

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7 minutes ago, WVProgressive said:

Martin Van Buren.

Roger Taney is so horrified at Randolph picking an anti-slavery VP that he declares he will oppose both major party nominees. Instead, he will run as a write in candidate on the State’s Rights Ticket. Any who wish to support Taney can write in “Roger Taney” on their ballot to cast a vote for a true conservative candidate. (Meta: Just comment “I Vote for Roger Taney” or something to that effect).

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Just now, Zenobiyl said:

Roger Taney is so horrified at Randolph picking an anti-slavery VP that he declares he will oppose both major party nominees. Instead, he will run as a write in candidate on the State’s Rights Ticket. Any who wish to support Taney can write in “Roger Taney” on their ballot to cast a vote for a true conservative candidate. (Meta: Just comment “I Vote for Roger Taney” or something to that effect).

Justice Andrew Jackson expresses utmost disapproval in the choosing of Martin Van Buren as Randolph's running mate. He invites Taney to be his running mate on a "Jacksonian" ticket. 

Jackson/Taney 20!

Protect the white mans right, and get rid of the damned womens rights!

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2 minutes ago, Pringles said:

Justice Andrew Jackson expresses utmost disapproval in the choosing of Martin Van Buren as Randolph's running mate. He invites Taney to be his running mate on a "Jacksonian" ticket. 

Jackson/Taney 20!

Protect the white mans right, and get rid of the damned womens rights!

Taney accepts

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2 minutes ago, Pringles said:

Justice Andrew Jackson expresses utmost disapproval in the choosing of Martin Van Buren as Randolph's running mate. He invites Taney to be his running mate on a "Jacksonian" ticket. 

Jackson/Taney 20!

Protect the white mans right, and get rid of the damned womens rights!

Secretary Jones will back a Jackson/Taney ticket, and will begin sending orders to soldiers in the south to stand on guard.

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26 minutes ago, Zenobiyl said:

Roger Taney is so horrified at Randolph picking an anti-slavery VP that he declares he will oppose both major party nominees. Instead, he will run as a write in candidate on the State’s Rights Ticket. Any who wish to support Taney can write in “Roger Taney” on their ballot to cast a vote for a true conservative candidate. (Meta: Just comment “I Vote for Roger Taney” or something to that effect).

Randolph offers to change his VP pick to Andrew Jackson if Taney, and Jackson end their Prudential bid.

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1 minute ago, WVProgressive said:

Randolph offers to change his VP pick to Andrew Jackson if Taney, and Jackson end their Prudential bid.

Taney requests Randolph to pledge to ban women and minorities from ever holding any political office.

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2 minutes ago, WVProgressive said:

Randolph offers to change his VP pick to Andrew Jackson if Taney, and Jackson end their Prudential bid.

Secretary Jones requests that he be promoted from Secretary of War to Secretary of State in the Randolph administration, to make sure that the Jacksonians have adequate representation 

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