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Based on a vote by the House of Representatives, which individual won the election of 1800? John Adams. Aaron Burr. Thomas Jefferson. Charles Cotesworth Pinckney.
Based on a vote by the House of Representatives, THOMAS JEFFERSON won the election of 1800.
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Based on a vote by the House of Representatives, THOMAS JEFFERSON won the election of 1800.
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