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February 9, 1844 In his first speech to Congress, Alexander Stephens argues that his election had been unconstitutional.
  Alexander Stephens
May 1, 1844 Whig Party nominates Henry Clay to run for President of the United States
  Henry Clay
May 27, 1844 Democrats nominate James Polk for President
October 6, 1844
October 6, 1844 Joseph "Rich Joe" Vann dies when his boat, the Lucy Walker, explodes during a race.
  Joseph 'Rich Joe' Vann
November 5, 1844 Democrat James Polk defeats Whig Henry Clay in the Presidential election
  Henry Clay
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