Election of 1828

Election of 1828
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  • The Election Of 1828
  • The people who were involved in this campaign of 1828 were Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams John Quincy Adam’s running mate was Richard Rush who had been the Secretary of Treasury.
  • my running mate is John Calhoun
  • my running mate is Richard Rush
  • You are using government funds for your own needs!!
  • The most important thing about this election was the mudslinging. It had shown its importance throughout the election because rivalry between the two candidates was personal. 
  • Oh really! What about your wife?
  • The personal information was brought up during the mudslinging. Jackson also had accused Adams of murdering his wife because information about her was brought up during the mudslinging.
  • The increased voting rights was due to letting white men that didn't have plantations or that weren't rich, vote. Also, because of the Arkansas Western border movement which caused this change and increased voting rights. 
  • Andrew Jackson won the election because of the increased voting rights. He also won because of humble background. He represented the “common man”  which was most of the population. 
  • I WON!!!
  • The two political parties separated into Democratic and Republican affected the campaign because Adam’s represented more of the elite status of the population and Jackson represented more of the “common man” which was most of the population. The “common man” was more represented by the democratic party and the elite was more represented by the republican party.
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