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  • The Elections of 1824 and 1828
  • The Election of 1824
  • YES! I want to thank my mom for birthing me, and my dad for raising me, and the rest of America!
  • We, The House, have decided that John Quincy Adams shall be the next President!
  • The Corrupt Bargain
  • Hey, if you convince the house to vote for me, you can be my Secretary of State
  • Sounds good
  • The election of 1824 and 1828 changed Presidential elections because of the creation of new parties and mudslinging as a result of The Corrupt Bargain.
  • The Parties Spilt
  • DEMOCRATS
  • Go Andrew Jackson!
  • Republicans
  • Go John Quincy Adams
  • Every candidate were favorites in the area they came from. Even though Jackson won the original plurality, Adams won the majority when voted for in the house.
  • Mudslinging is Born
  • Andrew Jackson said that John Quincy Adams is secretly Medusa!
  • Clay used his influence to help elect Adams. This made Jackson's followers accuse Adams of a Corrupt Bargain, which ruined Adams presidency.
  • Jackson Wins!
  • YAY!
  • Due to this, the Democratic-Republican party split into Democrats and Republicans with Democrats remaining to act like the Democratic-Republicans who supported Jackson, and Republicans being like the Federalists.
  • Power to the States!
  • Democrats are the best!
  • Union Power!
  • In the Election of 1828, there was a focus on mudslinging and personalities. Candidates would try to ruin each others reputations so they would loose.
  • In the election of 1828, because of the ruined reputations of Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams, Jackson won the election by a landslide.
  • And the next president is.. ANDREW JACKSON!
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