Unanimously Win the 1788 election by Answering Questions

It is the Presidential Debate, you and your opponent have to answer certain questions about states. But this debate is different, whoever wins the debate, wins the election. Answer these questions to gain electoral votes and WIN, and if you can, try to do it the same way George Washington did: unanimously
Only Questions a person living before 1788 would know are in the quiz.
North Carolina, New York, and Rhode Island hadn't ratified the constitution at this point, so they are ineligible
Quiz Idea: HinesBrothers
Maine, which was part of massachusetts is colored in because I cant merge the paths
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Last updated: November 6, 2020
First submittedNovember 6, 2020
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State
Electoral Votes
Hint
Answer
MA
10
This man, famous for his signature, was the first to sign the Declaration of Independence
John Hancock
NH
5
This New Hampshire General and his Green mountain Boys Captured Fort Ticonderoga
Ethan Allen
CT
7
Connectcut became a bastion of this conservative, business-oriented group
Constitutional Federalist Party
PA
10
Independence Hall is in this city
Philadelphia
NJ
6
George Washington crossed this river to capture Trenton
Delaware River
MD
6
A Lesser known Tea Party Happened in this city
Annapolis
DE
3
The Americans Won a Naval Battle here at this cape
Cape May
VA
10
This city was the site of the last major battle of the American Revolution
Yorktown
SC
7
In battles in Charleston, this group of American's supporting the British helped fight
Loyalists
GA
5
Georgia Bordered Florida, which at the time, Belonged to this country
Spain
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Level 55
Nov 6, 2020
Technically, you would only need 35 to win, but try your best to do it unanimously and get all 69.
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Level 74
Nov 6, 2020
Cape May is in New Jersey
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Level 55
Nov 6, 2020
The city of Cape may is in New Jersey, the Battle of Cape May was launched from Delaware

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Delaware_Bay

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Level 61
Nov 6, 2020
John Hancock not John Hanckok
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Level 55
Nov 6, 2020
good catch. Fixed
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Level 79
Nov 6, 2020
Could you accepts "Tories" or "Royalists" for "loyalists"?
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Level 55
Nov 6, 2020
Sure
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Level 51
Nov 7, 2020
First delete all the paths except Maine and Massachusetts. Then do ctrl k. Then copy. Do ctrl z until the map looks the same. Then delete Mass. and Maine. Replace it with the copied path.
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Level 55
Nov 8, 2020
I will fix by today. Thanks Neil
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Level 63
Nov 10, 2020
More simply, click on Massachusetts, hold shift, then click on Maine. When you have both states selected, just do Ctrl+K to merge. No deleting required.
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Level 55
Nov 10, 2020
Ok thanks, ill do when I have time
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
Collaborate the quiz with me and i'll fix the map for you :)
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
Don’t worry, I’ve got it
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
I saw your reply on my quiz. It won't take too long to make the 1,000 Largest Cities quiz. Since I have my 100k+ cities quiz, I can copy the 1,000 largest cities on the sheet (with coordinates!), paste them onto a new spreadsheet, and send it to you for you to use :)
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
Oh, thanks! That would be extremely helpful
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
:) And can you collab the quiz with me? Because I have a few ideas to neaten the formatting, etc, and I might need it
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
sure
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
Alright, go to Step 1, then go to the bottom right, click 'Advanced' then click 'Collaborate' and add me
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
I already did
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Level 55
Nov 17, 2020
Sorry, I wasnt able to finish it today but i'll do it by the end of Wednesday (Nov. 18)
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Level 55
Nov 18, 2020
That’s fine
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Level 55
Nov 28, 2020
Sorry about the quiz, i'm busy these days with exams, i'll try to finish it before sunday night
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Level 55
Nov 28, 2020
Thanks
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Level 70
Dec 16, 2020
Can you accept "African Americans" and "slaves" for the South Carolina one? There was a large population of black people who escaped slavery and joined the British Army and many of them played a major role in South Carolina.
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Level 55
Dec 16, 2020
Ok
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Level 65
Apr 18, 2021
Yorktown is a nice place.
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Level 65
Apr 18, 2021
Yay I am first person to get 100%
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Level 35
Jul 19, 2022
You have a typo: Connecticut* not Connectcut