Election fo 1824

Election fo 1824

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  • Andrew Jackson
  • John Quincy Adams
  • Henry Clay
  • Andrew Jackson was a war hero who led the US to victory against the British at the battle of New Orleans. He won 43% of the popular votes during the election of 1824 which meant he got 153,546 votes. He also received 38% percent of the electoral vote or 99 votes. He eventually lost the election of of a corrupt bargain between John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay.
  • Donald Trump
  • John Quincy Adams was the secretary of state under James Monroe. He was also the son of Present John Adams. During the election of 1824 he won 84 electoral vote or 32%. He also won 108740 popular votes or 31%. He won the presidency because of a corrupt bargain where Henry Clay would help he win the presidency in return for him becoming secretary of state.
  • Hillary Clinton
  • Henry Clay was the speaker at the house of representative and secretary of state under John Quincy Adams. During the election of 1824 he received 37 electoral votes or 14% and 47138 popular votes or 13%. He decided to help John Quincy Adams win the election in return Adams would make him Secretary of State. This agreement was known as a Corrupt Bargain
  • Gary Johnson
  • He has become president of the United States. He won 47.5% of the votes but won over 270 electoral votes making him president. His idea was to improve the economy and to create jobs. He also wants to deport all immigrants and build a wall around the border. He also wants muslims out the country. He believes that way America will safe and stable.
  • She lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 election. Although she won 47.7% of the votes she lost because she didnt get 270 electoral votes. Her plan to to grow the economy and also give immigrants an opportunity to thrive. She wanted to create more jobs and help everyone. She believes everyone should stay in america and have a right.
  • He only 3.2% of the vote and didn't receive a single electoral vote. His plan to to help build the economy and make it stronger. He also wanted to create job opportunities for everyone.
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