Elections of 1824 and 1828

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  • First Part of Election of 1824
  • None of you have enough electoral votes to win. This is going to be taken up to the House to vote.
  • Corrupt Bargain
  • I want to be Secretary of State. I will convince the House to vote for you.
  • I have a plan, if you get the House on my side I will give you something in return
  • Final part of Election of 1824
  • This is an outrage!
  • I had nothing to do with this.
  • What can I say Andrew the house has spoken.
  • Since none of the candidates had enough electoral votes, the voting was up to the House of Representatives.
  • The Lead up to The Election of 1828
  • Adams approached Clay with an idea to make a "corrupt bargain".
  • The Final Decision
  • I knew that the American people wouldn't vote for you again.
  • This is an outrage, this man will only hurt our country.
  • Adams and Clay had finalized a deal where, Adams would get support from the house and Clay would become Secretary of State.
  • Jackson's Legacy
  • You are a lazy jerk you will never win the presidency.
  • Banter went back and forth between the two. They both were trying to ruin the other's campaign.
  • You are the cheating, lying president that will never get a second term.
  • But in the end Andrew Jackson prevailed and won the presidency.
  • Today Andrew Jackson is remembered as one of the greatest presidents of all-time.
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