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Election of 1824
Updated: 2/22/2019
Election of 1824
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  • John Quincy Adams
  • John Q. Adams with the help of Henry Clay became the President and won the election of 1834. He won because of the votes from the House of Representatives but did not win popular or electoral votes.
  • My father is John Adams who was also president and pretty important.  Also I was secretary of state before.
  • Henry Clay
  • Henry Clay was the first to lose the election of 1824. He later on picked one of the last two candidates to help win and get the House to vote for. He picked John Q. Adams so he won.
  • Born in Virginia later became Speaker of the House and before that I represented Kentucky as a statesman, lost the election tho.
  • In the election of 1824 it was down to Adams and Jackson. With help from Henry Clay, Jackson lost against Adams. Even though more people were in favor for Jackson. So people think he was cheated out of being President.
  • Andrew Jackson
  • I was born in poverty but later became a general in the army and was a good leader. I showed leadership and therefore became a war hero.
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