An executive mansion was appropriate for the first executive of a long line of Presidents of the United States of America who had no official executive power. Article II Section 1 of the Constitution of September 17, 1787 had revised the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777, to provide for a President with executive power, when nine States ratified “this Constitution.”
Washington was elected President of the United States of America on February 4, 1789, when the Presidential Electors voted unanimously for him, however, although everyone knew George Washington had been elected the Certificates of Vote still had to be transported to New York City to be unsealed and counted, as required by Article II Section 1 Clause 3 of the Constitution. The opening of the Certificates and the counting of the Vote took place on April 6, 1789 and on that date George Washington became President of the United States of America when he received all 69 Electoral Votes.
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