How had the American electorate changed by the election of 1828?
C. With landholding requirements eliminated, most white men were eligible to vote.
answer to election of 1824 and 1828. the method of the election of 1824 and 1828 was for john Q Adams to win the tie by getting Henry clays vote and the house of representatives votes, but for the citizens to get mad at john Q. Adams for cheating and them voting for Jackson the next election in 1828.
Andrew Jackson won the 1828 presidential election defeating John Quincy Adams. In the 1828 presidential election there was a total of 261 electoral votes thereby requiring a majority of 131 votes to win the presidential election. Andrew Jackson received 178 electoral votes and John Quincy Adams received 83 electoral votes. The popular vote totals were Jackson 642,553 and Adams 500,897.
Andrew Jackson easily won the 1828 presidential election. He won both the popular vote and a majority of electoral votes which allowed him to easily take the lead. The reason he gained so many votes was because he was extremely tough. Jackson was nicknamed "Old Hickory" because of his toughness and aggressive personality. After winning the 1828 election he won the following election using the same old tactics.