The electorate at that time could vote for both the president and vice president separately, and the vote did not distinguish whether it was for president or vice president. Both Jefferson and Burr got a majority of votes, so the house had to vote to decide who was president and who was vice president.
The House of Representatives decided the election of 1800 because both candidates received the same amount of electoral votes.
1800 & 1824
because neither republicans or democratics had a clear lead
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Yes, and there has been (1800). If there was a tie, the House of Representatives would vote.
the presidential election was a tie of exactly half of the electoral votes.
Thomas Jefferson won the presidential election of 1800. The election became complicated because Jefferson and his running mate, Aaron Burr, tied in electoral votes, so the House of Representatives decided the election .
John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr
The electoral college voting ended in a tie. The election ended with the U.S. House of Representatives breaking the tie and electing Thomas Jefferson.
Jefferson, although winning the popular vote against Aaron Burr, tied him in Electoral College votes. It was up to the House of Representatives to decide the election.
The House of Representatives has voted to elect the president twice, in 1824 because none of the candidates received a majority of electoral votes. The House of Representatives voted to elect John Quincy Adams. Also, the 1800 Presidential Election was decided by the House of Representatives, who elected Thomas Jefferson.
According to the Constitution, the House of Representatives had to choose between Burr and Jefferson. The federalists, however, still controlled the House of representatives. It was true that the Democratic-Republicans wanted Jefferson as their president. Even so, the Federalists would decide the winner. Members of the House of Representatives voted 36 time before finally electing Jefferson as President. Burr became vice-president.
Technically, all of them except Gerald Ford, who was never elected President or Vice president. In 1801 and 1825, the House of Representatives had to decide the election after an Electoral College tie (1800) and a lack of a majority (1824).
Jefferson and Aaron Burr tied with the same number of votes in the electoral college, and the office of President was determined by the House of Representatives.
The year 1800 was an election year. The outgoing President was John Adams and Vice President was Thomas Jefferson. The incoming President elected that year was Thomas Jefferson and the Vice President was Aaron Burr. The 1800 Presidential Election was contraversial because there was a tie in electoral votes and the election was decided by the House of Representatives.
Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr received the same number of electoral votes, and the House of Representatives elected Jefferson as president.
In 1800 between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr. The House of Representatives eventually chose Jefferson after a long struggle.
According to the Constitution, the House of Representatives had to choose between Burr and Jefferson. The Democratic-Republicans clearly intended for Jefferson to be president. However, the (New) House of Representatives, dominated by Jefferson's party, would not take office for some months. Federalists still held a majority in the House, and their votes would decide the winner.Aaron Burr refused to concede the election to Thomas Jefferson. Although the House of Representatives did eventually choose Jefferson as the clear winner (with an absolute majority of the votes) it wasn't until the 36th ballot!
In the rare case of a tie (Such as the one between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr) the election is decided by the House of Representatives. Each state delegation is allowed to have one vote.
The U. S. Presidents who were elected by the House of Representatives according to Article II Section 1 Clause 3 and the 12th Amendment were Thomas Jefferson in 1800 and John Quincy Adams in 1824.
The Presidential Election of 1800 ended in a tie in the Electoral College. This sent the election to the House of Representatives where politics took over. Even though that election was salvaged, it was obvious that new rules were needed to prevent this happening again.