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What happened in the electoral college system after the election of 1800? A. George Washington resigned. B. The District of Columbia was created. C. Presidential electors were chosen differently. D. Political parties became more important.
George Washington resigned was the event that happened in the electoral college system after the election of 1800.
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George Washington resigned was the event that happened in the electoral college system after the election of 1800.
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