Jackson as President


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  • The Election of 1824
  • I'm Andrew Jackson running for president!
  • As member of House of Representatives, I will have to hold a voting in the House since you candidates do not have enough electoral votes
  • I'm John Quincy Adams also running for president!
  • The Corrupt Bargain
  • As member of Congress, John Quincy Adams is no longer running for president!
  • You made a corrupt bargain! You should not be president!
  • The New President
  • I'm President! I can't wait to make our country a better place
  • You are now president!
  • In the election of 1824; Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, and John Quincy Adams ran for president, but since no one had enough electoral votes, The House of Representatives selects the president.
  • Jackson as President
  • I will make this country a better place to live in!
  • You are such an admirable man Mr.Jackson!
  • Andrew Jacksons' followers accused Henry Clay and John Adams of making a "Corrupt Bargain." The Corrupt Bargain was a deal between Adams and Clay. This issue would cast a shadow over Adams' Presidency , in which Congress then turned down many of his proposals. Adams would not get re-elected for a second term.
  • Jackson making improvements
  • Politics are now more democratic, and federal workers are now placed with my supporters. Everything is running smoothly!
  • You have really made this country a better place!
  • John C. Calhoun switched parties to run with Andrew Jackson in the Presidential Election. Andrew Jackson won the Election of 1828 by a landslide- an overwhelming victory.
  • Elections Changing under Jackson
  • I have won once more! I have received two-thirds of the vote.
  • Jackson was a very popular president. Many Americans admired him, and he had gained fame with his defeat of The Creek Nation. During his first term, a spirit of equality spread through American politics.
  • Why Thank You!
  • Jackson changed politics by trying to make politics more democratic. Jackson replaced many federal workers with his supporters, a practice known as the spoils system.
  • Thank you sir!
  • Jackson’s supporters abandoned the caucus system, in which political candidates were chosen by committees made up of members of Congress.The caucuses were replaced by nominating conventions. Delegates decided to nominate the candidate who received two-thirds of the vote, and Jackson won the nomination.
  • I have bonded the caucus system!
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