The Election of 1824

The Election of 1824

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  • He convinces Henry Clay to pick him for President by securing him a position in his Cabinet.
  • John Quincy Adams is a diplomat and the son of John Adams. He got 33% of votes.
  • Henry Clay is a lawyer and statesman and represents Kentucky in Senate and House of Representatives. He got 12% of votes.
  • He lets Adams be President so he could get a place in Adams Cabinet.
  • Andrew Jackson is an American statesman. He got 41% of votes.
  • He lost the vote from the House of Representatives and considers it a a corrupt bargain.
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