Candidates of Election 1824

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  • Andrew Jackson
  • John Quincy Adams
  • Henry Clay
  • Andrew Jackson was an average man who grew up very poor and he put himself in a position to where he would be successful even though he did not have all the resources like others did.
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  • John Quincy Adams was not necessarily born into a life full of politics but unlike Andrew Jackson, his parents had actual jobs and he had a life that was starting out at a basic level. His father was politically active his whole life.
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  • Henry Clay was a lawyer in Virginia before he was in any type of politics. So he has always known about the laws and how the country should be justified.
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  • Andrew Jackson lost this one election with 99 electoral votes. He did not loose by much because they votes were sent to the House of Representatives and they finalized evreything there.
  • John Quincy Adams made the presidency. He won by the electoral votes but he needed 130 votes to win by majority, which he did not receive.
  • Henry Clay was never a president. He ran for president 5 times and was never elected. Instead he served as a member in the House of Representatives, and a Secretary of State under John Quincy Adams.
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