“The Elections of 1824 and 1828”

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  • Elections of 1824
  • So the House of Representative has to chose the president.
  • No one got enough electoral votes to win.
  • The Corrupt Bargain
  • If I become president, you can be secretary of state.
  • Sure
  • Adams as President
  • No!
  • We should have the federal government stronger
  • You cannot be re-elected for a 2nd term as president
  • During the election of 1824 Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, and John Quincy Adams were trying to run for president, but no one had enough electoral votes to get elected as president. But if this happens, the House of representatives gets to elect the president.
  • Election of 1828
  • We shall have a strong central government
  • The corrupt bargain was a deal between Adams and Henry Clay. But this bargain caused everyone to think Adam was shady and he would not get elected for a second term.
  • Jackson Wins
  • I won by a lot of votes and speaking to all the commons men of the U.S I will support you with all my supportive ideas.
  • When Adams got elected, everyone was suspicious of him. Not everyone agreed with his policies on making the federal government stronger. And because of his corrupt and shady move he would not get re-elected of a 2nd term as president.
  • Aftermath
  • I defeated the British and we America, will be one united country to defeat any countries who try to take over our land and defeat them with our teamwork and pride.
  • During the 1828 elections, the political parties separated into two different groups; democratic who supported the ideas of Jackson and the Republicans who supported ideas of Adams.
  • Both parties are mudslinging, these ideas can ruin their opponents’ reputation with bad opinions.
  • John C. Calhoun switched political parties to run for president with Andrew Jackson during the election. Jackson won by a lot of votes. This was a great victory for Jackson. Most of Jackson's supporters were the common and average man.
  • Thank you, I will support you as well.
  • Most of the Americans admired and praised him, and he was known as a hero because with his defeat of the Creek Nation and the British during the War of 1812. But, during Jackson’s first term as president he was very successful as be known as an equal president
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