The Elections of 1824 and 1828

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  • Election of 1824
  • Unfortunately, I am not sure any of us will win because known of us have any electoral votes.
  • I, Henry Clay, know that I am going to win the election of 1824.
  • Did Jackson Win?
  • Hopefully I will have the most electoral votes soon, so that I can announce my presidency!!
  • Congratulations Jackson, you have the most popular votes, but unfortunately you have not won presidency because none of the four men have the most electoral votes.
  • The Corrupt Bargain
  • Sounds great, I would love to be President because I feel that I have deserved this job very much.
  • I have a plan to help you with gain your presidency, I will talk to the House Of Representatives using my strong influential speaking skills.
  • In 1824, Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, and John Quincy Adams had ran for president, but unfortunately no one had won because none of the men had enough electoral votes.
  • Election of 1828
  • Thank you, and I indeed intend to change our country for the greater good.
  • Congratulations, President Jackson; I know you will make a great difference to our country.
  • Andrew Jackson had won most of the popular votes, but no one had won for electoral votes. These four men were known as Favorite Sons because their home towns had supported them, but not necessarily the national party.
  • Jackson as President
  • Thank you. I am just trying to help make this great country become better.
  • This is the conversation Adams and Clay had so that Adams could become president. In return of Clay's help, Adam made Clay secretary of state.
  • Elections had changed
  • I think I am a great president to this country because I have changed the voting system, so that more people can vote for their representatives.
  • In the election of 1828, Jackson had become president. He had won the presidency by a landslide, and whoever voted for him were called the "common man".
  • Many would say that Jackson was a great president to the people because he had helped win two wars, and the "common people" had made him become very popular.
  • I am very impressed that you had defeated the Creek Nation and the British during the war of 1812.
  • President Jackson had changed the voting system from being a white, male, landowner, to being a white male. This had more people be able to vote for the representatives they wanted.
  • I do agree, you have made the people more involved in the government, changed the voting system, and so much more.
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