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  • I'm a favorite son as well. I arranged our northern borders and negotiated with Spain because of what Jackson did.
  • Elections of 1824 and 1828
  • Vote for me, Andrew Jackson! I am a favorite son.
  • I'm also a favorite son. I led the War Hawks.
  • The Corrupt Bargain
  • So, you're saying that you're going to influence The House of Representatives to vote me for President but you want me to make you Vice?
  • Deal!
  • Yup!
  • No, Just No!
  • You don't deserve this position you unethical scum. If you don't win fairly, we won't treat you fairly! Now, eat my tomatoes!!
  • Why won't you accept ANY of my laws? You didn't treat that hack Monroe this way!! This is unacceptable.
  • Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, and John Quincy Adams were all favorite sons and running for president. Each of them had similar amounts of votes because each one of them had gained popularity in certain parts of the US.
  • Time to do the Splits!
  • The US is split with two political parties: Republicans and the Democrats
  • Why am I split into two parties: the Republicans and the Democrats? I feel like I'm being forced to do the splits!
  • John Quincy Adams made a deal with Henry Clay that Clay would influence the House of Representatives to make Adams president but Clay would to be Vice because of that. Adams agreed and he became president. This was the Corrupt Bargain.
  • Mudslinging Fight!
  • Did you know that John Quincy Adams doesn't wash his hands after using the bathroom?
  • Because of the Corrupt Bargain, John Quincy Adams became president. During his presidency, Congress vetoed every single one of his ideas because he was highly unethical and didn't win fairly.
  • The Victorious Victor
  • Woohoo! I'm the best, John Quincy Adams is the worst!!!!
  • I knew that bathroom rumor I spread would work!
  • Once John Quincy Adams's first term was over, it was election time. It was mostly between Andrew Jackson, a Democrat, and John Quincy Adams, a Republican. There were two parties again instead of one which broke our uinty.
  • I'm the better foot(party) pick me! I have John Quincy Adams!
  • Republicans
  • NO! I'm the better foot(party) pick me! I have Andrew Jackson!
  • Democrats
  • Later into Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams' election, the two parties relied on mudslinging each other personally.
  • Oh! That sucks! Now I won't vote for him.
  • In the election of 1824, there were three favorite sons running for president. In the end, Adams won due to the corrupt bargain. Congress didn't approve of this and vetoed all his laws. In the election of 1828, Jackson won in a landslide.
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