The Elections of 1824 and 1828


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  • Presidental Election
  • Vote for me!
  • A Corrupt Bargain
  • I think my fellow candidate, Adams, would be a great President.
  • Accusations
  • Hey! You guys are corrupt! Jackson is the rightful President!
  • During this election, Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, and John Quincy Adams ran for president.
  • Political Parties
  • I favor state rights and go Jackson!
  • I want a strong central government and go Adams!
  • This was when Henry Clay was Speaker of the House to defeat Jackson. This caused Adams to be elected. Adams named Clay secretary of state, because he named Clay helped him to be elected.
  • A New President
  • I am proud to represent America!
  • Jackson's followers accused Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams that their deal, known as the Corrupt Bargain, was corrupt.
  • Jackson as President
  • Go President Jackson!
  • In this election two political parties were present, the Democrats, who supported Jackson, and the National Republicans, who supported Adams.
  • The final outcome of the Corrupt Bargain was that Jackson was elected President.
  • Jackson was admired by many, although he was especially admire by the common man. The common men are the farmers.
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