Jackson expanded voting rights so that all white men could vote, not just ones with lots of land. This meant that more people could vote.
The Nullification Crisis of 1828-1833
Jackson replaced most federal employees with underqualified supporters, family, and friends. He created a system of rewarding people who support you with jobs.
Indian Removal Act and the Trail of Tears
Jackson filled his cabinet with politically underqualified family and friends. This led others to believe he was unprofessional and hurt his reputation.
The Bank War
South Carolina passed a law that said they could nullify any federal law. Jackson passed the Force Bill to enforce laws via military threat. They came to a compromise, but the issue loomed and tensions were now built up more than ever.
Pressured Native American tribes to move to "Indian Territory." 1/4 of the 16,000 that were removed died along the way due to starvation, harsh weather, and sickness.
Jackson stole all the money from the national bank, thereby eradicating it.