Since our first Presidential election when the nation unanimously elected George Washington, the history of presidential elections in the United States has been marked by controversy, back room deals and on a couple of occasions been decided by the House of Representatives.  Blaine Davies explores the turbulent history of our Presidential elections dating back to the days when only white men with property were allowed to vote.  Jefferson vs. Adams in 1800, Jackson vs. Adams in 1824, Lincoln’s election in 1860, Hayes vs. Tilden in 1876 and Gore vs. Bush in 2000 are just a few of the Presidential elections that remain controversial to this day.