Hamilton Sides With Jefferson

1800-36 votes turned into a conclusion to an issue. Before, it was Jefferson and Burr. His rival was Jefferson, and when Hamilton sided with Jefferson, Burr got angrier than a tasmanian devil. Later, Burr would kill Hamilton in a duel, possibly a sword fight, because Burr was jealous. Before Jefferson's time as president, the 12th amendment was added to the Constitution. Nowadays, Presidents and Vice presidents have distinct ballots. Here are some links that will help you understand:

T. Jefferson

Presidential duel

1800s Politics

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