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Alternate US Presidents II

Postby The United Chinese Republic » Wed May 22, 2019 10:10 pm

Someone else did this before but I can't seem to find the thread anymore and no new posts have been posted so I'm restarting it.

Basically, it's the US but you decide who is the president. But there are a few rules about this:
  • Only real people are allowed and they have to be alive when they are elected. They die when they did IRL, but the cause of death can be different.
  • Political parties are recommended to follow IRL ones, but this is not required
  • The US can't be completely destroyed by another power, though it can be invaded and it can invade other countries. It also must have a President, even if it is not democratically elected. (The second part was suggested by the First American Empire)
  • While a description of the president's term is not required, it is encouraged as it gives insight into the president's policies and can shape the next few presidents' terms

I'll start:

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.
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Postby Singapore Singapore » Wed May 22, 2019 10:34 pm

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.
1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.
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Postby First American Empire » Wed May 22, 2019 10:57 pm

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.
1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.
1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election. Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president. Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.
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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Wed May 22, 2019 11:13 pm

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.
1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.
1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election. Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president. Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.
1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.
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Postby First American Empire » Thu May 23, 2019 1:13 am

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

The United Chinese Republic wrote:Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.


He can't run for reelection in 1804 because this timeline's 11th Amendment prevents presidents from serving consecutive terms, though he can run again in 1808.
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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Thu May 23, 2019 1:58 am

First American Empire wrote:1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Alexander Hamilton - Federalist: In a bitterly contested election, Alexander Hamilton narrowly won the 1804 election, with the Democratic-Republican Aaron Burr becoming Vice President against Hamilton's wishes.

Aaron Burr contested the election results, and challenged President Hamilton to a duel the day after the inauguration. Surprisingly, Hamilton won the duel and killed his own Vice President, and the Twelfth Amendment was soon passed to make the President appoint the Vice President to stop this situation from happening again.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

The United Chinese Republic wrote:Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.


He can't run for reelection in 1804 because this timeline's 11th Amendment prevents presidents from serving consecutive terms, though he can run again in 1808.

Not counted since people have to die when they actually die, so Hamilton can't be president and Burr can't be killed yet. The cause of death can be different though, I forgot to note that. (Rules from the original thread)
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Postby First American Empire » Thu May 23, 2019 9:27 am

It's fixed now. Aaron Burr is president instead.
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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Thu May 23, 2019 10:38 pm

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.
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Postby Singapore Singapore » Sat May 25, 2019 8:09 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Sat May 25, 2019 11:15 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.
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Postby Glayji » Mon May 27, 2019 4:31 pm

b]ROUND I[/b]

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820- Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King
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Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.
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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Tue May 28, 2019 12:08 am

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.
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Postby Singapore Singapore » Tue May 28, 2019 1:13 am

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Tue May 28, 2019 4:26 am

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.
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Postby Latialand » Wed May 29, 2019 12:32 am

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

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Postby Glayji » Wed May 29, 2019 2:56 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election
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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Wed May 29, 2019 4:01 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.
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Postby Singapore Singapore » Wed May 29, 2019 5:05 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Wed May 29, 2019 5:21 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

1852 - Theodore Frelinghuysen - Republican / 1853 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Clay's VP, Frelinghuysen, wins the election. In a bitter campaign he fights against the Mexicans, but ends up failing. A humiliating peace treaty is signed in Mexico City in 1853, in which Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (state), Columbia, and Adams are all ceded to Mexico; the UK though does not gain anything. Frelinghuysen is chastised by Congress and it attempts to impeach him, but the Supreme Court rejects the proposal since he did not commit any crimes. Regardless of the SC's decision, Frelinghuysen resigns.

His Vice President, Winfield Scott, thus becomes the President and he immediately stamps out dissent and focuses on rebuilding the country; one of his acts was to create a new state from western Ontario called Liberty. He becomes very popular and he runs for re-election, vowing to destroy Mexico.
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Postby Singapore Singapore » Wed May 29, 2019 8:08 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

1852 - Theodore Frelinghuysen - Republican / 1853 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Clay's VP, Frelinghuysen, wins the election. In a bitter campaign he fights against the Mexicans, but ends up failing. A humiliating peace treaty is signed in Mexico City in 1853, in which Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (state), Columbia, and Adams are all ceded to Mexico; the UK though does not gain anything. Frelinghuysen is chastised by Congress and it attempts to impeach him, but the Supreme Court rejects the proposal since he did not commit any crimes. Regardless of the SC's decision, Frelinghuysen resigns.

His Vice President, Winfield Scott, thus becomes the President and he immediately stamps out dissent and focuses on rebuilding the country; one of his acts was to create a new state from western Ontario called Liberty. He becomes very popular and he runs for re-election, vowing to destroy Mexico.

1856 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Scott is easily re-elected, and he calls in France and Brazil in the Second Mexican-American War. The UK and Venezuela once again come to the aid of Mexico, but the French army lands in Dover and quickly capture the undefended London, while Brazil makes quick work of Venezuela. The war is won in just 2 years and the US takes over all of Mexico, while Brazil takes over Venezuela, and France gets the Channel Islands and some African colonies. The states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas are re-created, while California is freshly created.

After some time, a public referendum was held in Mexico on whether to become numerous states directly under the US or one puppet state. The latter won the vote, and a second referendum established it as a monarchy, with Jerome I (Napoleon I's youngest brother) installed as king. Wilfred Scott became as revered as George Washington because of his management of the war, and he ran for re-election.

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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Thu May 30, 2019 1:53 am

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing party, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

1852 - Theodore Frelinghuysen - Republican / 1853 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Clay's VP, Frelinghuysen, wins the election. In a bitter campaign he fights against the Mexicans, but ends up failing. A humiliating peace treaty is signed in Mexico City in 1853, in which Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (state), Columbia, and Adams are all ceded to Mexico; the UK though does not gain anything. Frelinghuysen is chastised by Congress and it attempts to impeach him, but the Supreme Court rejects the proposal since he did not commit any crimes. Regardless of the SC's decision, Frelinghuysen resigns.

His Vice President, Winfield Scott, thus becomes the President and he immediately stamps out dissent and focuses on rebuilding the country; one of his acts was to create a new state from western Ontario called Liberty. He becomes very popular and he runs for re-election, vowing to destroy Mexico.

1856 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Scott is easily re-elected, and he calls in France and Brazil in the Second Mexican-American War. The UK and Venezuela once again come to the aid of Mexico, but the French army lands in Dover and quickly capture the undefended London, while Brazil makes quick work of Venezuela. The war is won in just 2 years and the US takes over all of Mexico, while Brazil takes over Venezuela, and France gets the Channel Islands and some African colonies. The states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas are re-created, while California is freshly created.

After some time, a public referendum was held in Mexico on whether to become numerous states directly under the US or one puppet state. The latter won the vote, and a second referendum established it as a monarchy, with Jerome I (Napoleon I's youngest brother) installed as king. Wilfred Scott became as revered as George Washington because of his management of the war, and he ran for re-election.

1860 - Hardin Richard Runnells - Democratic: Despite slavery having been banned for a long time already, the Southern States still ran a black market trade, and a conspiracy led by Governor of Texas Hardin Richard Runnells was made in order for it to be legalized. Using gerrymandering, Hardin won the 1860 elections, and he immediately tried to pass an Executive Order allowing slavery to be passed. It failed, so he stormed into Congress with General Robert E. Lee and the military, and open fire on all of the Congressmen. General Ulysses S. Grant did not support this and formed the Northern Congress based in New York, declaring himself the rightful president, and the American Civil War began. The pro-slavery south this time had the upper hand, and by 1864 the northern control spanned only from Canada to Pennsylvania. Runnells decided to run for re-election, but Lee also ran under the Military Party.
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Postby Singapore Singapore » Thu May 30, 2019 3:37 am

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing party, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

1852 - Theodore Frelinghuysen - Republican / 1853 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Clay's VP, Frelinghuysen, wins the election. In a bitter campaign he fights against the Mexicans, but ends up failing. A humiliating peace treaty is signed in Mexico City in 1853, in which Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (state), Columbia, and Adams are all ceded to Mexico; the UK though does not gain anything. Frelinghuysen is chastised by Congress and it attempts to impeach him, but the Supreme Court rejects the proposal since he did not commit any crimes. Regardless of the SC's decision, Frelinghuysen resigns.

His Vice President, Winfield Scott, thus becomes the President and he immediately stamps out dissent and focuses on rebuilding the country; one of his acts was to create a new state from western Ontario called Liberty. He becomes very popular and he runs for re-election, vowing to destroy Mexico.

1856 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Scott is easily re-elected, and he calls in France and Brazil in the Second Mexican-American War. The UK and Venezuela once again come to the aid of Mexico, but the French army lands in Dover and quickly capture the undefended London, while Brazil makes quick work of Venezuela. The war is won in just 2 years and the US takes over all of Mexico, while Brazil takes over Venezuela, and France gets the Channel Islands and some African colonies. The states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas are re-created, while California is freshly created.

After some time, a public referendum was held in Mexico on whether to become numerous states directly under the US or one puppet state. The latter won the vote, and a second referendum established it as a monarchy, with Jerome I (Napoleon I's youngest brother) installed as king. Wilfred Scott became as revered as George Washington because of his management of the war, and he ran for re-election.

1860 - Hardin Richard Runnells - Democratic: Despite slavery having been banned for a long time already, the Southern States still ran a black market trade, and a conspiracy led by Governor of Texas Hardin Richard Runnells was made in order for it to be legalized. Using gerrymandering, Hardin won the 1860 elections, and he immediately tried to pass an Executive Order allowing slavery to be passed. It failed, so he stormed into Congress with General Robert E. Lee and the military, and open fire on all of the Congressmen. General Ulysses S. Grant did not support this and formed the Northern Congress based in New York, declaring himself the rightful president, and the American Civil War began. The pro-slavery south this time had the upper hand, and by 1864 the northern control spanned only from Canada to Pennsylvania. Runnells decided to run for re-election, but Lee also ran under the Military Party.

1864 - Robert E. Lee - Military Party: Lee wins the election and begins a harsh offensive against the northern government. In 1865, Toronto falls, and (President) Ulysses S. Grant surrenders. Slavery is re-legalized throughout the United States, though the slave trade remains severely regulated, and Liberia is incorporated as a state of the US. New England is re-split into its old states, while some states are formed in the Midwest.

The reintroduction of slaves leads to France, Spain, and Germany severing relations with the US; in response, Russia allies the US, and later on does the Qing. Lee realizes the potential of Manifest Destiny over the Pacific Islands and he orders exploration voyages. This gives him popularity, and he runs for re-election against Jefferson Davis in the Democratic Party.

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Postby The United Chinese Republic » Thu May 30, 2019 6:37 pm

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing party, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

1852 - Theodore Frelinghuysen - Republican / 1853 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Clay's VP, Frelinghuysen, wins the election. In a bitter campaign he fights against the Mexicans, but ends up failing. A humiliating peace treaty is signed in Mexico City in 1853, in which Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (state), Columbia, and Adams are all ceded to Mexico; the UK though does not gain anything. Frelinghuysen is chastised by Congress and it attempts to impeach him, but the Supreme Court rejects the proposal since he did not commit any crimes. Regardless of the SC's decision, Frelinghuysen resigns.

His Vice President, Winfield Scott, thus becomes the President and he immediately stamps out dissent and focuses on rebuilding the country; one of his acts was to create a new state from western Ontario called Liberty. He becomes very popular and he runs for re-election, vowing to destroy Mexico.

1856 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Scott is easily re-elected, and he calls in France and Brazil in the Second Mexican-American War. The UK and Venezuela once again come to the aid of Mexico, but the French army lands in Dover and quickly capture the undefended London, while Brazil makes quick work of Venezuela. The war is won in just 2 years and the US takes over all of Mexico, while Brazil takes over Venezuela, and France gets the Channel Islands and some African colonies. The states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas are re-created, while California is freshly created.

After some time, a public referendum was held in Mexico on whether to become numerous states directly under the US or one puppet state. The latter won the vote, and a second referendum established it as a monarchy, with Jerome I (Napoleon I's youngest brother) installed as king. Wilfred Scott became as revered as George Washington because of his management of the war, and he ran for re-election.

1860 - Hardin Richard Runnells - Democratic: Despite slavery having been banned for a long time already, the Southern States still ran a black market trade, and a conspiracy led by Governor of Texas Hardin Richard Runnells was made in order for it to be legalized. Using gerrymandering, Hardin won the 1860 elections, and he immediately tried to pass an Executive Order allowing slavery to be passed. It failed, so he stormed into Congress with General Robert E. Lee and the military, and open fire on all of the Congressmen. General Ulysses S. Grant did not support this and formed the Northern Congress based in New York, declaring himself the rightful president, and the American Civil War began. The pro-slavery south this time had the upper hand, and by 1864 the northern control spanned only from Canada to Pennsylvania. Runnells decided to run for re-election, but Lee also ran under the Military Party.

1864 - Robert E. Lee - Military Party: Lee wins the election and begins a harsh offensive against the northern government. In 1865, Toronto falls, and (President) Ulysses S. Grant surrenders. Slavery is re-legalized throughout the United States, though the slave trade remains severely regulated, and Liberia is incorporated as a state of the US. New England is re-split into its old states, while some states are formed in the Midwest.

The reintroduction of slaves leads to France, Spain, and Germany severing relations with the US; in response, Russia allies the US, and later on does the Qing. Lee realizes the potential of Manifest Destiny over the Pacific Islands and he orders exploration voyages. This gives him popularity, and he runs for re-election against Jefferson Davis in the Democratic Party.

1868 - Robert E. Lee - Military Party / 1870 - George Armstrong Custer: Lee is re-elected, and he immediately creates a few more Midwest states, as well as the state of Runnells in Saskatchewan. Just a few months into his term, the American Indians organize a revolt against the government, which ends up occupying most of the Midwest and even a bit of California. Lee militarily invades the Indian Revolt, but he is defeated by the Indians' guerrilla tactics, and he dies in a battle. His Vice President Custer is sworn in and continues the fight against the Indians, which still rages on by election time. Custer runs against Jefferson Davis (again).
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Postby Latialand » Sat Jun 01, 2019 3:55 am

ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing party, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

1852 - Theodore Frelinghuysen - Republican / 1853 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Clay's VP, Frelinghuysen, wins the election. In a bitter campaign he fights against the Mexicans, but ends up failing. A humiliating peace treaty is signed in Mexico City in 1853, in which Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (state), Columbia, and Adams are all ceded to Mexico; the UK though does not gain anything. Frelinghuysen is chastised by Congress and it attempts to impeach him, but the Supreme Court rejects the proposal since he did not commit any crimes. Regardless of the SC's decision, Frelinghuysen resigns.

His Vice President, Winfield Scott, thus becomes the President and he immediately stamps out dissent and focuses on rebuilding the country; one of his acts was to create a new state from western Ontario called Liberty. He becomes very popular and he runs for re-election, vowing to destroy Mexico.

1856 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Scott is easily re-elected, and he calls in France and Brazil in the Second Mexican-American War. The UK and Venezuela once again come to the aid of Mexico, but the French army lands in Dover and quickly capture the undefended London, while Brazil makes quick work of Venezuela. The war is won in just 2 years and the US takes over all of Mexico, while Brazil takes over Venezuela, and France gets the Channel Islands and some African colonies. The states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas are re-created, while California is freshly created.

After some time, a public referendum was held in Mexico on whether to become numerous states directly under the US or one puppet state. The latter won the vote, and a second referendum established it as a monarchy, with Jerome I (Napoleon I's youngest brother) installed as king. Wilfred Scott became as revered as George Washington because of his management of the war, and he ran for re-election.

1860 - Hardin Richard Runnells - Democratic: Despite slavery having been banned for a long time already, the Southern States still ran a black market trade, and a conspiracy led by Governor of Texas Hardin Richard Runnells was made in order for it to be legalized. Using gerrymandering, Hardin won the 1860 elections, and he immediately tried to pass an Executive Order allowing slavery to be passed. It failed, so he stormed into Congress with General Robert E. Lee and the military, and open fire on all of the Congressmen. General Ulysses S. Grant did not support this and formed the Northern Congress based in New York, declaring himself the rightful president, and the American Civil War began. The pro-slavery south this time had the upper hand, and by 1864 the northern control spanned only from Canada to Pennsylvania. Runnells decided to run for re-election, but Lee also ran under the Military Party.

1864 - Robert E. Lee - Military Party: Lee wins the election and begins a harsh offensive against the northern government. In 1865, Toronto falls, and (President) Ulysses S. Grant surrenders. Slavery is re-legalized throughout the United States, though the slave trade remains severely regulated, and Liberia is incorporated as a state of the US. New England is re-split into its old states, while some states are formed in the Midwest.

The reintroduction of slaves leads to France, Spain, and Germany severing relations with the US; in response, Russia allies the US, and later on does the Qing. Lee realizes the potential of Manifest Destiny over the Pacific Islands and he orders exploration voyages. This gives him popularity, and he runs for re-election against Jefferson Davis in the Democratic Party.

1868 - Robert E. Lee - Military Party / 1870 - George Armstrong Custer: Lee is re-elected, and he immediately creates a few more Midwest states, as well as the state of Runnells in Saskatchewan. Just a few months into his term, the American Indians organize a revolt against the government, which ends up occupying most of the Midwest and even a bit of California. Lee militarily invades the Indian Revolt, but he is defeated by the Indians' guerrilla tactics, and he dies in a battle. His Vice President Custer is sworn in and continues the fight against the Indians, which still rages on by election time. Custer runs against Jefferson Davis (again).

1872 - George Armstrong Custer - National Party: after Being re-elected in the 1872 election, Custer renamed the party to the "National Party" to embrace the party nationalistic policies. Custer also creates new "native states" of Dakota and Sioux in the Midwest as a response to the US government victory in the Indian Revolt. despite his high popularity, Custer refuse to run for a another term as he famously say "Why do I need 4 more years in power, isn't saving the Midwest from the Indians already enough for me?".

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ROUND I

1788 - George Washington - Independent: Same as in OTL, but this time Washington doesn't run for a second term in office.

1792 - John Adams - Federalist: With the power vacuum opened up, John Adams - popular as vice president - becomes the president. He decides to further relations with France and forges a new one with Spain in an effort to drive Britain out of Canada.

1796 - George Washington - Independent/1799 - Henry Knox - Independent: After public outrage over the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1795, George Washington comes out of retirement and defeats Adams in the presidential election.

Under his rule, the government passes the 11th Amendment, which bans presidents from serving consecutive terms and allows naturalized citizens to run for president. This clause is widely interpreted as a means for Alexander Hamilton to run for president.

Congress further strengthens its ties to France, and in 1798 declares military support for the French Revolution and sends troops overseas to assist them. After George Washington dies in 1799, Vice President Henry Knox succeeds him, but his reign is only three months long and too short to be of note.

1800 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: In an effort to fight against both Henry Knox and Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson, the Federalist Party sends in Charles C. Pinckney, who surprisingly wins. He begins war plans for the US to take Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and collaborates with the French to do this. He also strengthens slave ownership in the US though he also had plans to abolish the slave trade. Seeing his plans not yet realized by 1804, he decides to run for re-election.

1804 - Aaron Burr - Democratic-Republican: In a bitterly contested election, Aaron Burr won the presidency despite a scandal where he killed the Federalist candidate Alexander Hamilton in a duel. The dueling scandal makes him deeply unpopular and he is impeached over the duel in the Federalist-controlled House, though the Senate fails to convict him by two votes.

In 1806, Congress declared war on Britain to invade Canada, with the goal of returning Quebec to the French Republic and annexing the rest of Canada, and the American Army implements the Pinckney Plan to occupy most of Canada. The French-Spanish-American alliance also wins a decisive naval victory against the British navy at the Battle of Trafalgar, and many believe that the French Directory is preparing an invasion of London itself.

1808 - Charles C. Pinckney - Federalist: Pinckney is re-elected and continues the war. Despite having a naval advantage, the American-Spanish-French alliance is just too strong, and the UK surrenders. Canada is completely annexed by the US while France gets the Caribbean territories and Spain gets Gibraltar and the Central and South American territories. Pinckney and Aaron are revered as war heroes, and after a public referendum, the 11th Amendment is repealed. Despite this, Pinckney refuses to run for re-election.

NOTE: The "states" added were Newfoundland and Labrador, Acadia, East Quebec, West Quebec, and Ontario. The territory added was the Rupertsland Territory.

1812 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Aaron Burr attempted to run for re-election, riding on his reputation as a war hero, but the ghost of impeachment still followed him and he failed spectacularly against the underdog Clinton. With much of the population still devastated from the war, he begins rebuilding cities and passes social reforms such as monitoring child labor. As for the new states, he grants them more autonomy and eventually he creates the state of Pinckney in modern Manitoba. Having good support from the populace and the Democratic-Republicans being leaderless, he runs for re-election.

1816 - DeWitt Clinton - Federalist: Easily re-elected, Clinton continues his reconstruction plan across the US. He decides to purchase Louisiana from France due to their financial difficulties, and he secured Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi from Spain in exchange for intervening in South America. Simon Bolivar is killed in 1818 and Francisco de Paula Santander succeeds him as President of Venezuela, who then signs a peace treaty with Spain in which only Venezuela becomes independent. After this war, Clinton no longer intervenes in foreign politics and focuses domestically. In the 1820 elections, Jared Ingersoll (Clinton's VP) is the Federalist Candidate, while Monroe runs under the Second Democratic-Republican Party.

1820 - Jared Ingersoll - Federalist/Rufus King - Federalist: Jared Ingersoll continued his predecessors reconstruction plan and the New England states joined into 1 state Ingersoll died in 1822 and was replaced by his VP Rufus King and King attempted to ban slavery but Congress could not pass his bill and he decided not to run for re election in 1824 due to the failure of the anti slavery bill.

1824 - John Quincy Adams - Democratic-Republican: The Democratic-Republican Party entered a recession after Burr, and was only revived in 1820 by James Monroe. In the 1824, his successor John Quincy Adams ran and won against the leaderless Federalists. Despite being from an opposing party, Adams was fervently against slavery, and persuaded Congress to ban it. The Southern States though opposed this and threatened to install John C. Calhoun; Adams refused, and an insurrection began in Louisiana. This Louisiana Insurrection ended quickly with the deposition of Governor Henry Johnson. The rest of Adams' term went by smoothly, with him creating a new state west of Pinckney called Clinton. He decides to run for re-election, fighting against incumbent Chief Justice John Marshall.

1828 - John Marshall - Democratic: Being the new leader of the Federalist Party, Marshall knew that the party would die out just like the Democratic-Republican Party, and so he merged it with Andrew Jackson's Democratic Party. Having won in the elections, he immediately signed a compromise with the southern states known as the Marshall Compromise, in which all freed slaves must be sent to the American colony Liberia. This gains him nationwide popularity, and he uses this to justify another war against South America (as he was an admirer of Pinckney and Clinton). With some minor aid from France, the colonies are defeated, and he seizes Panama and northern Colombia, forming the new states of Columbia and Adams. His conscience though catches up to him and he decides not to run for re-election.

1832 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: Upon his election as President, Jackson decides to focus domestically and he purges corruption in government, as well as pay the national debt to France. He also subsidises the national railway and one is completed by 1835, spanning from New York to Atlanta. As a result, the US becomes an economic (if not just military) superpower, and the UK and the German princes launch an embargo against them. Jackson decides to run for re-election.

1836 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: with his high popularity and lack of corruption, Jackson won his second term in the 1836 election as Jackson continues his policies. USA continue to be a economic superpower (despite the UK pulling embargo against them).

1840 - Andrew Jackson - Democratic: due to his high popularity Jackson was easily able to win his third term in 1940 however the Economy started to decline shortly after the election due to the embargo the UK and Germany put on the US resulting in the loss of many jobs despite the fact the national railway had been expanded west to Louisiana and north to Boston. And to make matters worse a major outbreak of diseases in the south lead to the destruction of many cotton plantations and price increases on cotton goods. Jackson decided to run for re-election

1844 - Henry Clay - Republican: With protests from other parties over Jackson's indecisiveness in regards to the embargo, the Democratic-Republican and the Whig parties merge to form the Republican Party. Clay wins the election and immediately issues a counter-embargo over the UK and Germany (specifically Prussia). Spain comes to the US' aid and Friedrich Wilhelm IV immediately declares war on Spain; the UK decides not to intervene. A brief but bloody conflict ensues in which Friedrich Wilhelm IV dies and is replaced by Carlos de Borbon, Isabella II's uncle.

Meanwhile in the US, Clay begins revitalizing the economy and strengthens the US dollar. This leads to the expansion of the New York Stock Exchange which quickly overtakes the Amsterdam Stock Exchange. In the 1848 election, he runs for a second term.

1848 - Henry Clay - Republican: Clay is re-elected, and with a wave of growing American imperialism, he declares war on Mexico. This time though the UK and South America support Mexico, and the US is attacked on every side. Columbia and Adams are taken over by Venezuela, while Texas (still independent and allied to the US) is crushed. The UK attempts to retake Canada but the US wins against them there. The war is still raging on by 1852; Clay announced his intention to run again, but dies due to tuberculosis.

1852 - Theodore Frelinghuysen - Republican / 1853 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Clay's VP, Frelinghuysen, wins the election. In a bitter campaign he fights against the Mexicans, but ends up failing. A humiliating peace treaty is signed in Mexico City in 1853, in which Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana (state), Columbia, and Adams are all ceded to Mexico; the UK though does not gain anything. Frelinghuysen is chastised by Congress and it attempts to impeach him, but the Supreme Court rejects the proposal since he did not commit any crimes. Regardless of the SC's decision, Frelinghuysen resigns.

His Vice President, Winfield Scott, thus becomes the President and he immediately stamps out dissent and focuses on rebuilding the country; one of his acts was to create a new state from western Ontario called Liberty. He becomes very popular and he runs for re-election, vowing to destroy Mexico.

1856 - Winfield Scott - Republican: Scott is easily re-elected, and he calls in France and Brazil in the Second Mexican-American War. The UK and Venezuela once again come to the aid of Mexico, but the French army lands in Dover and quickly capture the undefended London, while Brazil makes quick work of Venezuela. The war is won in just 2 years and the US takes over all of Mexico, while Brazil takes over Venezuela, and France gets the Channel Islands and some African colonies. The states of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas are re-created, while California is freshly created.

After some time, a public referendum was held in Mexico on whether to become numerous states directly under the US or one puppet state. The latter won the vote, and a second referendum established it as a monarchy, with Jerome I (Napoleon I's youngest brother) installed as king. Wilfred Scott became as revered as George Washington because of his management of the war, and he ran for re-election.

1860 - Hardin Richard Runnells - Democratic: Despite slavery having been banned for a long time already, the Southern States still ran a black market trade, and a conspiracy led by Governor of Texas Hardin Richard Runnells was made in order for it to be legalized. Using gerrymandering, Hardin won the 1860 elections, and he immediately tried to pass an Executive Order allowing slavery to be passed. It failed, so he stormed into Congress with General Robert E. Lee and the military, and open fire on all of the Congressmen. General Ulysses S. Grant did not support this and formed the Northern Congress based in New York, declaring himself the rightful president, and the American Civil War began. The pro-slavery south this time had the upper hand, and by 1864 the northern control spanned only from Canada to Pennsylvania. Runnells decided to run for re-election, but Lee also ran under the Military Party.

1864 - Robert E. Lee - Military Party: Lee wins the election and begins a harsh offensive against the northern government. In 1865, Toronto falls, and (President) Ulysses S. Grant surrenders. Slavery is re-legalized throughout the United States, though the slave trade remains severely regulated, and Liberia is incorporated as a state of the US. New England is re-split into its old states, while some states are formed in the Midwest.

The reintroduction of slaves leads to France, Spain, and Germany severing relations with the US; in response, Russia allies the US, and later on does the Qing. Lee realizes the potential of Manifest Destiny over the Pacific Islands and he orders exploration voyages. This gives him popularity, and he runs for re-election against Jefferson Davis in the Democratic Party.

1868 - Robert E. Lee - Military Party / 1870 - George Armstrong Custer: Lee is re-elected, and he immediately creates a few more Midwest states, as well as the state of Runnells in Saskatchewan. Just a few months into his term, the American Indians organize a revolt against the government, which ends up occupying most of the Midwest and even a bit of California. Lee militarily invades the Indian Revolt, but he is defeated by the Indians' guerrilla tactics, and he dies in a battle. His Vice President Custer is sworn in and continues the fight against the Indians, which still rages on by election time. Custer runs against Jefferson Davis (again).

1872 - George Armstrong Custer - National Party: after Being re-elected in the 1872 election, Custer renamed the party to the "National Party" to embrace the party nationalistic policies. Custer also creates new "native states" of Dakota and Sioux in the Midwest as a response to the US government victory in the Indian Revolt. despite his high popularity, Custer refuse to run for a another term as he famously say "Why do I need 4 more years in power, isn't saving the Midwest from the Indians already enough for me?".

1876 - Jefferson Davis - Democratic: Custer does not rerun since he dies, meaning the Democratic Party regains power under Davis. He immediately establishes Dakota and Sioux as "Special Administrative Territories", which means the government has more power over them than regular states. He also imposes a loose national martial law and outright bans the Republican Party. This leads to mass public outrage and an anti-slave revolt occurs in New England, which spreads quickly across the north. Led by Rutherford B. Hayes, all slaves in the north were freed and any more encountered were also freed; the revolt is of such a large size that even some soldiers joined the revolt, and Davis was powerless to stop it. In 1880, he finally agrees to re-legalize the Republican Party, and elections are held between him and Hayes.
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