election of 1824

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  • The Election of 1824
  • We need more electoral votes
  • Corrupt Bargain
  • Let me use my influences Speaker of the House to defeat Jackson.
  • I will name you secretary of state help my campaign for president.
  • The winner of the election
  • I beat your national republican party by a land slide in the election of 1828. States rights will always prevail.
  • Alright you win i can't do any thing about it.
  • In the Election 1824, Henry Clay, William Crawford Andrew Jackson, and John Quincy Adams ran for president. They ran into the problem of not having enough electoral collage votes.
  • A Popular President
  • Thank you everyone
  • During the Corrupt Bargain Henry Clay used his influence as Speaker of the House to defeat Jackson to help Adams was elected. Due to this Adams made Henry Clay his secretary of state in reward. Also during this Corrupt deal Jackson’s followers accused Clay and Adams of making a corrupt deal.
  • Democratic state
  • I will change this nation to a democratically state of mind.
  • John C. Calhoun switched parties to run with Jackson in the election. Jackson won by a landslide—an overwhelming victory. His supporters were the common man.
  • Changes in the U.S
  • shake up the federal bureaucracy
  • Jackson was a popular president, who is supported by the common man. Many Americans admired him, and he had gained fame with his defeat of the Creek Nation and the British during the War of 1812.
  • I admire you.
  • Jackson changed politics by trying to make politics more democratic. There was was more democratic process for nominating political candidates & more people could vote.
  • Democrats wanted to shake up the federal bureaucracy, a system in which non elected officials carry out laws.Jackson replaced many federal workers with his supporters, a practice known as the spoils system.
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