Election of 1824

Election of 1824
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  • ANDREW JACKSON
  • POLITICAL AFFILIATION: Democratic-Republican
  • ELECTION OF 1824 RESULTS: Jackson lost the election of 1824, though he received the most popular and electoral votes. He claimed that his loss was through a corrupt bargain. 
  • BACKGROUND: Andrew Jackson was orphaned at 14, in jail during the American Revolution, and became a general and a war hero.
  • JOHN QUINCY ADAMS
  • POLITICAL AFFILIATION: Democratic-Republican
  • ELECTION OF 1824 RESULTS: Adams won the election of 1824 through the House.  It was rumored that he won through a corrupt bargain with  Clay, as Clay promoted him, and was given the position of Secretary of State. 
  • BACKGROUND: John Quincy Adams served as a minister to England, became part of the Senate and was Secretary of State under Monroe. 
  • HENRY CLAY
  • POLITICAL AFFILIATION: Democratic-Republican
  • BACKGROUND: Henry Clay was originally a lawyer, but in 1810, he joined the House. Soon after that, he became Speaker of the House, which was extremely controversial due to the fact that he ran for president, and the House ended up deciding the Presidency. 
  • ELECTION OF 1824 RESULTS: Clay lost through the Constitution, as he had the least electoral and popular votes. It was rumored that he and Adams had a corrupt bargain . As Clay promoted Adams, and was then appointed the position of Secretary of State. 
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