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John Quincy Adams
Andrew Jackson was considered a war hero to the War of 1812, he was very liked. He was positive he would win the election, but he struggled with electoral votes. He lost the election of House of Representatives. Jackson blamed it on political corruption. Jackson caused many campaigns.
This is John Adams son, he almost had as many votes as Andrew Jackson. He took Jacksons election in victory thanks to his allies.
He was a Kentucky politician, he served as Speaker of the House. He made sure that Jackson wouldn't win, and that Adams won instead.
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