1. it was the first peaceful transfer of power between two political parties.
2. the 12th amendment (created two ballots for presidential elections, that way there would be no more ties), created in 1803, has to do with the 36 ballot ties between burr and jefferson for president.
3. was the beginning of the end of the federalist party with hamilton being killed and adams retiring.
4. marbury vs. madison was a giant deal with the midnight judges, switching of parties, and the creation of judicial review.
5. "revolutionary" achievement (stuff done by the federalists before jefferson got into office, like the midnight judges).
i don't know of some of these qualify as events, but they definitely helped to shape the election
time travel might seem like a fantasy, but some scientists think it could become a reality. one of them, the physicist ronald mallett, has developed a theory of how to build a time machine. he says his idea works by using “light in the form of circulating lasers to warp or loop time,”. if i would given a chance to travel through time i would choose nothingwhy? to be perfectly honest, there isn’t much if anything i would change. every decision i made in the past has brought me to where i am now, i'm contented of what i am and what i learned.i’m having way too much fun here, and now to take time out for traveling to the past? how boring! i know those people and situations. what turns me on is this moment, the people i’m with now, the situations that are unfolding as i listen inward and let that inner voice nudge me one way or the other. sorry, past, you’re lovely, but you can’t hold a candle to the living everchanging present! in the other hand i don't want to go to the future, sneaking your life in the future is a big dilemma that you will face. seeing where,what and when you die, marry, and anything that you don't want to know can lead you to change your life habit and there's a big possibility that it will lead you to be a insane person.