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1789Edit

  • George Washington- Former Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army from Virginia
  • John Adams, Former Minister to Great Britain from Massachusetts
  • John Jay, U.S. Secretary of Foreign Affairs from New York
  • John Rutledge, Former Governor of South Carolina
  • John Hancock, Governor of Massachusetts
  • Samuel Hutington, Governor of Connecticut
  • Benjamin Lincoln, Former U.S. Secretary of War from Massachusetts
  • Robert H. Harrison, Judge from Maryland
  • George Clinton- Governor of New York
  • John Milton- Secretary of State of Georgia
  • James Armstrong- No Political office in Georgia
  • Edward Telfair- Governor of Georgia

1792Edit

  • George Washington- President of the United States from Virginia
  • John Adams- Vice President of the United States from Massachusetts
  • Thomas Jefferson- Secretary of State from Virginia
  • George Clinton- Governor of New York
  • Aaron Burr- Senator and Former Attorney General from New York

1796Edit

FederalistEdit

  • John Adams- Vice President of the United States from Massachusetts
  • Thomas Pinckney- Former Governor of South Carolina
  • Oliver Ellsworth- U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice from Connecticut
  • John Jay- Governor of New York
  • James Iredell- U.S. Supreme Court Justice from North Carolina
  • Samuel Johnston- Former U.S. Senator from North Carolina
  • Charles Cotesworth Pinckney- U.S. Minister to France from South Carolina

Democratic-RepublicanEdit

  • Thomas Jefferson- Former Secretary of State from Virginia
  • Aaron Burr- U.S. Senator from New York
  • Samuel Adams- Governor of Massachusetts
  • George Clinton- Former Governor of New York
  • John Henry- U.S. Senator from Maryland

1800Edit

FederalistEdit

  • John Adams- President of the United States from Massachusetts
  • Charles Cotesworth Pinckney- Former U.S. Minister to France from South Carolina
  • John Jay- Governor of New York

Democratic-RepublicanEdit

  • Thomas Jefferson- Vice President of the United States from Virginia
  • Aaron Burr- Former U.S. Senator from New York

1804Edit

Democratic-RepublicanEdit

  • Thomas Jefferson- President of the United States

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • George Clinton- Governor of New York
  • John Breckinridge- U.S. Senator from Kentucky
  • Levi Lincoln- U.S. Attorney General
  • John Langdon- U.S. Senator and Former Governor of New York
  • Gideon Granger- U.S. Postmaster General from Connecticut
  • William Maclay- U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania

FederalistEdit

  • Charles Cotesworth Pinckney- Former U.S. Minister to France from South Carolina

Vice Presidential CandidateEdit

  • Rufus King

1808Edit

Democratic-RepublicanEdit

  • James Madison- Secretary of State from Virginia
  • James Monroe- Former Governor of Virginia
  • George Clinton- Vice President of the United States from New York

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • George Clinton- Vice President from New York
  • John Langdon- U.S. Senator and Former Governor of New York
  • Henry Dearborn- U.S. Secretary of War from Massachusetts
  • John Q. Adams- U.S. Senator from Massachusetts

FederalistEdit

  • Charles Cotesworth Pinckney- Former U.S. Minister to France from South Carolina

Vice Presidential CandidateEdit

  • Rufus King

1812Edit

  • James Madison- President of the United States from Virginia
  • DeWitt Clinton- Former U.S. Senator, Mayor of New York, and Lt. Governor of New York

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • John Langdon- U.S. Senator and Former Governor of New York
  • Elbridge Gerry- Governor of Massachusetts

1816Edit

  • James Monroe- Secretary of State from Virginia
  • William Crawford- Secretary of War from Georgia
  • Rufus King- U.S. Senator from New York

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • Daniel D. Tompkins- Governor of New York
  • Simon Snyder- Governor of Pennsylvania

1820Edit

  • James Monroe- President of the United States from Virginia

1824Edit

  • Andrew Jackson- U.S. Army General, Former Congressman, and U.S. Senator from Tennessee
  • John Quincy Adams- Secretary of State and Son of President John Adams from Massachusetts
  • William H. Crawford- Secretary of the Treasury from Georgia
  • Henry Clay- Speaker of the House from Kentucky

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • John C. Calhoun- Secretary of War from South Carolina
  • Nathan Sanford- U.S. Senator from New York
  • Nathaniel Macon- Former Speaker and U.S. Senator from North Carolina
  • Martin Van Buren- U.S. Senator from New York

1828Edit

Andrew Jackson- U.S. Army General and Former Senator from Tennesse (Democrat)

  • John Quincy Adams- President of the United States from Massachusetts

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • John C. Calhoun- Vice President from South Carolina
  • Richard Rush- Secretary of the Treasury from Pennsylvania

1832Edit

Democratic PartyEdit

  • Andrew Jackson- President of the United States from Tennessee

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • Martin Van Buren- Secretary of State from New York
  • Philip P. Barbour- Former Speaker and Congressman from Virginia
  • Richard M. Johnson- U.S. from Kentucky

WhigEdit

  • Henry Clay- Former Speaker and Former Secretary of State from Kentucky

Anti-MasonicEdit

  • William Wirt
  • Richard Rush- Secretary of the Treasury from Pennsylvania

1836Edit

Democratic PartyEdit

  • Martin Van Buren- Vice President of the United States from New York

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • Richard M. Johnson- U.S. Senator from Kentucky

WhigEdit

  • William H. Harrison- Former U.S. Senator from Ohio
  • Daniel Webster- U.S. Senator from Massachusetts
  • Hugh L. White- U.S. Senator from Tennessee
  • Willie Person Mangum- U.S. Senator from North Carolina

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • Francis Granger
  • John Tyler

1840Edit

Democratic PartyEdit

  • Martin Van Buren- President of the United States from New York

WhigEdit

  • William H. Harrison- Former U.S. Senator from Ohio
  • Henry Clay- Former Speaker and U.S. Senator from Kentucky
  • Winfield Scott- Commanding General of the U.S. Army from New Jersey

Vice Presidential CandidatesEdit

  • John Tyler

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