The Elections of 1824 and 1828

The Elections of 1824 and 1828

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  • The Elections of 1824
  • Later that day...
  • Hey Clay. If you talk good about me and help me win as president, I'll make you the secretary of state. How does that sound?
  • Hey Adams, that sounds great. Together we can beat Jackson!
  • After that...
  • Due to the fact of how shady you two are,you will NOT be able to be reelected for president in 1828, You are too bad of a president for that.
  • Henry Clay, Andrew Jackson, and John Quincy Adams are all running for president. Nobody won the states' votes, so the House of Reps has to now choose
  • The Election of 1828
  • Adams
  • Jackson
  • Clay
  • Clay and Adams want to team up against each other so that Jackson does not win. Jackson's followers were upset about this and they called Clay and Adam's bargain the "Corrupt Bargain".
  • Later that year...
  • Yay! I won
  • Clay and Adam's plan did not work out good for them. There was a shadow over Adam's presidency. He tried to make the federal government stronger which a lot of people did not like.
  • In Conclusion
  • The Election of 1828 was mainly focused on personality and not on important issues.
  • Jackson won as president . This is because everyone thought that Clay and Adams' bargain. It mainly influences the farmers.
  • This affected America in the long run because now we have fair laws that will make everyone happy. Also we have strong state governments.
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