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Story Election of 1824
Updated: 3/5/2019
Story Election of 1824
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  • John Quincy Adams
  • Henry Clay
  • Andrew Jackson
  • John Quincy Adams background: Adams had entered the election of 1800 as the Federalist candidate. During his presidency, he lost a lot of support because of many factors. Election results: Adams lost the election. Although he lost, the transfer of power between the two parties exemplified the potential of America's newly-formed democratic government. 
  • Henry Clay background: Secretary of State, and had helped John Quincy Adams be president so he could select himself just by helping Adams be president. Election results: John Adams did become president, although Henry Clay did something against the law.
  • Andrew Jackson background: Jackson was a lawyer and a landowner, he also was a war hero (1812). Election results: Jackson could have won the election because Henry Clay went against the law to help out Adams to favor himself although he was not the president. he turned out to be the seventh president.
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