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Aaron Burr Jr., the son of Ester Edwards Burr and Reverend Mr. Aaron Burr was born on February 6, 1756 in Newark, New Jersey.He was also the grandson of the famous theologian, Jonathan Edwards.His father earned his living as a pastor at The Newark Presbyterian Congregation and the president of The College of New Jersey, which later became the Ivy League school, Princeton University.Upon graduating from Princeton University at the age of 16, Burr Jr. became a lawyer, although his studies were limited to theology.Following this, he delivered an oration entitled Building Castles in the Air.These castles, it has been said, were lying in the West waiting for Burr's competence.
After retiring from the Continental Army as a field officer, Burr practiced law. He was then appointed as the attorney general of New York in 1789 and served as a United States senator from 1791 to 1797.But this soon ended as he joined the Thomas Jefferson group led by James Monroe in the Senate and James Madison in the House of Representatives.He served under Thomas Jefferson as the third Vice President in United States' history.
As the Election of 1800 drew near, Burr took the allure to set up an impeccable ticket.It would place both him and Jefferson on the same Ballot so it would be a sure win.He would be thefirst politician that took advantage of party organization. Thus, as the votes were counted, it would be that the Republicans prevailed.During the election, Burr favored funds to end Indian raids.Burr fought hard to win the election and was sure he was going to win.In fact, it was a tie between him and his running mate, Thomas Jefferson.The electoral votes enumerated as 73 for both Burr and Jefferson.However, Jefferson went on to win the election by decision of the House of Representatives.
Much to do with crushing Burr's dreams of serving in the highest office, was Alexander Hamilton. He introduced pe…