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He was originally a member of the Democratic-Rupublican Party. When he ran for President the second time, his supporters said he was a member of the Democratic Party.
Andrew Jackson belonged to the Democratic party. Andrew Jackson served as the seventh president of the United States. The Republicans were the opposition party.
The Democratic Party
Andrew Jackson was member of the Democratic political party, He was the seventh president of the US and was in office from March 4, 1829 â?? March 4, 1837.
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Jackson in essence started a new party, known as the (Jacksonian) Democrats.
The democratic republicans
Jackson was the essence of a party known as the 'Democratic Party". This party was really formed after he lost the election of 1824 because he did not a majority of electora…l vote so the House of Representatives chose the President . He never changed parties.
Andrew Jackson was a Democrat/Democrat-Republican Andrew Jackson and his "Jacksonian" supporters began the Democratic-Republican party, which later became the Democratic Pa…rty. The party lasted it split over slavery of the eve of the Civil War. It elected four more presidents after Jackson. It has ties to the modern Democratic party which formed after the Civil War. Andrew Jackson was with the Democrat political party. He was the7th President of the United States from 1829 to 1837.
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Andrew Jackson was part of the Democratic party in America when he was president. This is particularly notable because he was the first president elected as a democrat. Th…e party continued to exist and our current president, Barack Obama is also a democrat.
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Andrew Jason was a strong and controversial president, and out of the support for and opposition to his policies came the second party system. Jackson and his supporters calle…d themselves the Democrats; his critics eventually settled on the name Whigs. The Whigs are the forerunner to today's Republican party.
The U. S. Presidential Election of 1824 was the last to have nominees from the Democratic-Republican Party. In 1828, Andrew Jackson ran as a nominee of the Democratic Party, a…nd John Quincy Adams ran as a nominee of the National Republican Party, predecessor to the Whig Party.