John Quincy Adams was elected as President of the United States in the election of 1824. He defeated Andrew Jackson in a debated election.
The house of representatives will choose the president. like in the election of 1824.
The election of 1824 did not produce a winner since the electoral votes were split among four candidates so nobody won a majority in 1824. Therefore , as required by the US Constitution , the House of Representatives chose the President and they elected John Quincy Adams, but it was 1825by the time they made their decision.
1824, Breckenridge of Kentucky swung the election in Adams' favor, and was appointed Secretary of State.
John C. Calhoun of SC became the Vice President in the 1824 election.
Technically, all of them except Gerald Ford, who was never elected President or Vice president. In 1801 and 1825, the House of Representatives had to decide the election after an Electoral College tie (1800) and a lack of a majority (1824).
The election of John Quincy Adams was in 1924
The US House of Representatives settled the 1824 election and chose the president in early 1825.
The four people running for president in the election of 1824 were from the same party failed to agree on who was the clear cut people's favorite.
Your question has a problem. First there was no " voters choice". Congress decided who was to be president. He was elected by the House.
There were 261 electoral votes in the 1824 presidential election.
No candidate won the majority of the electoral vote, so in accordance with the law, The House of Representatives chose the president and they elected Adams.
The eventual winner of the election of 1824 was John Quincy Adams. The house actually elected him on February 9, 1825.
John Quincy Adams eventually won the 1824 election, but Jackson won the popular vote. The election was actually decided in 1825 by the House of Representatives because nobody got a majority of the electoral votes.The 1824 election was the first time in US history that no candidate won the majority of the electoral vote. Therefore in Feb of 1825 the legislature voted and John Quincy Adams was elected President.
What happened to Jackson in the election in election of 1824
No -John Quincy Adams was not re-elected He became the 6th US President in 1824 and lost an overwhelming defeat to Jackson in the election of 1828.
The people and the electors voted in 1824 but could not reach a decision, so the election was decided by the House of Representatives in February, 1825.
John Quincy Adams, the last President to date to be elected by the House of Representatives, received neither the most popular votes nor the most electoral votes in 1824.
yes. It is not only possible but has happened four times- in 1824, 1872, 1888 and 2000.The President is not elected by popular voted, but by the Electoral College.
If you mean elected to the presidency, the answer is 1824. He lost his bid for re-election to Andrew Jackson in 1828.
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