Election of 1824

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  • Andrew Jackson was a war hero. He was victorious in the Election of 1824, until they realized he need a majority of electoral votes.
  • John Quincy Adams was the son of President John Adams. He lost the election with only 84 electoral votes. By naming Clay his Secretary of State, which was a "corrupt bargain" for sure made Adamas the victory of 1824.
  • Henry Clay served as the Speaker of the House. Finishing fourth with electoral votes, but Clay supported Adams, so he secured that Jackson will loss, and Adams will win.
  • The election went to the house. Which ended as a loss for him.
  • John Quincy Adams won the election, and became President.
  • Clay also loss the election, and supported Adams because they both share the same view point.
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