Presidential Trivia


Which president initially tied for the most electoral votes with someone else?

In the election of 1800, Thomas Jefferson and his vice presidential candidate Aaron Burr each received seventy-three electoral votes. That led to the Twelfth Amendment and separate electoral vote counts for the president and vice president.


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