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1st Political Partie

Overview quiz of the first two political parties in the US

Which political party favored a strong STATE government? Democratic-Republicans
Which political party favored a strong FEDERAL government? Federalist
This guy was the leader of the Federalist party Alexander Hamilton
This guy was the leader of the Democratic-Republican party Thomas Jefferson
This guy ran against Thomas Jefferson for president, tied but lost the election when Hamilton convinced the House of Representatives to chose Jefferson. This angered him and he challenged Hamilton to a duel. Aaron Burr
This is a series of operations or actions intended to accomplish a goal, such as getting a person elected to an office Campaign
Who was the 2nd president of the United States? John Adams
What is a process by which citizens vote for people to represent them in government offices Elections
What is a series of statements expressing the party's principles, beliefs, and positions on election issues. Platform
Created by: osbornekl88