Elections of 1824 and 1828

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  • The Election of 1824
  • I am John Quincy Adams, and I got 37 electoral votes.
  • I am Andrew Jackson and I got 99 electoral votes.
  • I am Henry Clay and I got 84 electoral votes.
  • Lunch Time with John Quincy and Henry Clay
  • Henry, I will make you the secretary. of state if you help me become president.
  • I'm listening......
  • I John Quincy, the president of the United States, announce Henry Clay secreatry of state
  • The Result of the Election
  • HEY!! YOU CHEATED!!!!
  • In the Election of 1824, Andrew Jackson, William Crawford, Henry Clay, and John Quincy Adams ran for president but no candidate has enough electoral votes to win the election which was 101.
  • The Election of 1828
  • I have come back for revenge and you are not going to cheat me this time.
  • During the Election of 1824, John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay were suspected of making an agreement for John to become president and Henry to become secretary of state. This agreement later became known as the Corrupt Bargain.
  • The Mudslinging
  • You are a jack***!!
  • The Election of 1824 resulted in John Quincy Adams as president, Henry Clay as secretary of State, and a very angry Andrew Jackson. In the Election of 1828, Andrew Jackson will run again .
  • Jackson's Revenge
  • YEEESSSS!!!!! I FINALLY WONNNN!!!
  • In the Election of 1828, Andrew Jackson returned to run for president again. There were two main parties, the Democrats and the Democrat-Republicans. This election was a battle between states' rights and a strong federal government.
  • OH NO!!! HE'S BACK!!!!!!
  • During the Election, the rivalry between John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson heated up, as insults were being thrown at each other. At the time, these insluts were called mudslinging.
  • *sniff* *tear*
  • The result of the Election of 1828 ended in a victory for Andrew Jackson. Jackson will make many changes to the government and the topic of states' rights and the amount of power they have.
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