Corrupt Bargain

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  • Andrew Jackson
  • John Q. Adams
  • Henry Clay
  • Jackson lost the vote conducted by the House of Representatives.
  • Corrupt Bargain Of 1824
  • The son of President John Adams, John Quincy Adams, came out of the Election of 1824 with 84 electoral votes, second to Jackson.
  • Corrupt Bargain Of 1824
  • A Kentucky politician, Clay, served as the Speaker of the House. Clay detested Jackson, and was a staunch opponent of his policies.
  • Corrupt Bargain Of 1824
  • Jackson lost the vote conducted by the House of Representatives
  • By forming a New England-Ohio Valley alliance with Clay, Adams supporters teamed up with Clay supporters to sway the vote towards Adams presidential victory
  • Accepting loss, Clay and his supporters swayed the vote towards John Quincy Adams for president in 1824.
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