The Election of 1824 and 1828

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  • The Election of 1824
  • For being the speaker of the house, I have no choice but to excuse myself from this election
  • Adam
  • Andrew
  • Later that day...
  • Adam, I propose a plan that might help you win the election.
  • I could help you get more voters, and all you have to do is make me secretary of state.
  • Deal, if I become president you will be secretary of state.
  • And what plan might that be Henry?
  • The Elected President
  • Mr.President, you have suspected of making corrupt bargains.
  • I do not understand why I cannot serve a second term.
  • During 1824, Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adam ran for the position of President. But later found out that they all did not have enough electoral votes in order to win. But Calhoun switched parties later on.
  • Election of 1828
  • Adam, that would be one of the crude things that you have ever said.
  • Well Jackson, I believe that you are a donkey.
  • Calhoun
  • During 1824 election, Jackson had suspected that Clay helped Adam become president, only for Clay to become secretary of state. And so this scene shows Adam and Clay making a corrupt bargain.
  • After the Election
  • We the common man, , favor Jackson for President.
  • Once the votes were counted, we now have John Q. Adam president. But later due to the corrupt bargains he had made, Adam would not be able to be re-elected. And that farmers did not like how banks have more power than before.
  • The Aftermath
  • Jackson, ever since you became president America has improved so much under your rule.
  • During the election 1828, Adam who supported the National Republican and Jackson who sided with Democratic- Republican, were neck-and-neck for President. Along with both parties mudslinging to ruin their reputation.
  • The insult, soon became the campaign logo for the Democratic party.
  • Soon afterword, Calhoun who sided with a strong central government, and he changed sides to the Democratic parties. But Jackson won only by a landslide, which consisted of the common man.
  • I have decided to resign from being a Republican and change sides to Democratic party.
  • Jackson became a popular man that the common man admired. And gained fame from defeating the Creeks Nation and the British during War of 1812. During his first term, equality spread through American policies.
  • Well, America would not change if we kept everything the same, therefore America could prosper.
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