Presidential Elections: 1789 - 1800
Note: During this time period, there were no vice-presidential running mates. The candidate with the highest number of electoral votes became president, and the candidate with the second-highest number of electoral votes became vice-president. This was changed after the Jefferson-Burr tie of 1800.
1 The tie was broken by a separate vote in the House of Representatives, where Jefferson beat Burr 10 votes to 4.