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  • The Election of 1824 and 1828
  • Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, and I are all running for president.
  • The Corrupt Bargain Between Henry Clay and John Quincy Adams
  • It's a deal. I'll vote for you even if other people say no.
  • I'll let you become the Secretary of State if you vote for me for president
  • John Quincy Adams Becomes President
  • Election of 1824
  • And the president for the 1824 election is Mr. John Adams.
  • John Quincy Adams
  • In the election of 1824, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, and John Quincy Adams ran for president.
  • Lame Duck President Adams
  • Our president, John Quincy Adams has done nothing for our country. All the laws that he tries to pass are denied and his vetoes are ignored. Nobody respects him as president.
  • I agree! Andrew Jackson should have became the president. Everybody voted for him in the electoral vote and he had the most popular vote.
  • People are probably going to make fun of him in the future. Maybe calling him the lame duck president. HA!
  • You have no right to be president. You haven't done anything since you became president and the nation has agreed that you have cheated your way into president which is very unethical!
  • John Quincy Adams convinced Henry Clay to vote for him for president of the United States. He was able to do this because he was the Speaker of the House. In return, Adams let Henry Clay become Secretary of State. This was called the "Corrupt Bargain".
  • The Introduction of Mudslinging
  • Yeah, right. I don't think the person that invaded a Spanish fort and got in trouble from the minister should be president.
  • In the 18234 election John Quincy Adams becomes president even though everyone voted for Andrew Jackson. This is because Henry Clay voted for him by the advantage of being Speaker of the House. He only won the house vote which was 13 for Adams.
  • The Landslide Election of 1828
  • The president for this term is...Andrew Jackson by a landslide win. Thank you for everyone who voted!
  • John Quincy Adams failed to do anything during his presidency. This is because nobody thought he should be president and didn't put any of his law proposals through as well as ignoring his vetoes. Because of this he is known as the lame duck president today.
  • A new time of campaigning called mudslinging was introduced in the 1828 campaign. The reason for this was to make insults to each other to ruin their reputation. This method is still used in today's election campaigning.
  • In the election of 1828, it was very clear who was going to be president. Andrew Jackson won the most votes by a landslide and everyone was happy with the results.
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