Alex David - Election of 1824 and 1828


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  • Election of 1824
  • No I, Henry Clay will win this election.
  • I, Andrew Jackson, will win this election.
  • You two, are wrong, I, John Quincy Adams, will win.
  • After the Election 1824
  • Well, that happened.
  • Hmm...How could that happen?
  • When the president was elected.
  • Yay!!!!! I won the election! I'm the president now!
  • Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, and John Quincy Adams, ran in the election of 1824
  • Before the election of 1828
  • Back here again to win another election.
  • They discovered that none of them got enough votes to be elected president. So, the house decided who the president was.
  • During the Election
  • You're just a common dandy.
  • Andrew Jackson finds out that he won the election and that he's president.
  • After the Election
  • Yay! I won again who's the common dandy now, Adams!
  • Andrew Jackson has to rerun for president, his opponent? John Quincy Adams.
  • No it is I who will win this election.
  • During the election, they were insulting the opponents, to ruin their reputation.
  • HEY!
  • John C. Calhoun switchs sides and runs with Jackson. Jackson wins by a landslide, and he becomes the president.
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