Election of 1824


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  • Andrew Jackon
  • John Quincy Adams
  • Henry Clay
  • Andrew Jackson was a war hero form the War of 1812, and was very popular at the time and received 99 electoral votes.
  • Andrew Jackson
  • This all was staged and unfair
  • John Quincy Adams was the son of the second president John Adams and received 84 electoral votes.
  • John Quincy Adams 
  • Henry Clay served as the Speaker of the House and he received 37 electoral votes.
  • Henry Clay
  • Andrew Jackson lost the election and he blamed the House of Representatives for being corrupt because Clay was the head of the house.
  • John Quincy Adams made a alliance with Henry Clay so the election could sway in his direction an cause of that John Quincy Adams won the election.
  • Henry Clay became the Secretary of State after he and his supporters swayed the election in the favor of Adams.
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