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Election of 1828?

Andrew Jackson was elected president over the incumbent President John Quincy Adams in 1828, Jackson won the popular vote 642,553 (56.0 %) to 500,.897(43.6) and won the electoral vote by 178 to 83. Jackson carried 15 states to Adams's 9. The election of 1828 signaled a power shift in presidential politics. Jackson was the first US president from a state other than Mass. and VA and he was the first that was not a founding father or the son of a founding father. This was the first election in which the Western settlers played a major role in choosing the president. It also saw the beginnings of national political parties and showed how partisan newspapers can influence elections. The Democratic-Republicans Party evolved into the Democrats who supported Andrew Jackson, and the National Republicans supported John Quincy Adams. There is a link to an article on the election below.


Who is friends with Samuel Adams?

John Adams' friends were people, of course. Some of his friends were Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Benjamin Franklin.


What are some major difference between a federal system and a confederation?

to print money to declare war sign treaties


What was the result of the presidential election of 1824?

In 1824, John Quincy Adams was elected President. There were four candidates that received a substantial number of electoral votes, so that no one candidate received a majority. Therefore, in accordance with the US Constitution, the House of Representatives chose the president. Jackson got the most electoral votes and also won in popular votes but with some political maneuvering mostly by Henry Clay, Adams prevailed. Adams made Clay his Secretary of State and Jackson people screamed ,"Foul Play!", but it was all legal.


Did thomas Jefferson or Andrew Jackson's ideas lead to the founding of the democratic party?

Andrew Jackson was the leader of the first Democratic Party. Its main purpose was to elect Jackson president. It was more attuned to Jefferson's ideas than to Adams and made some claims to Jeffersonian democracy. The party split up and died before the Civil War. After the war ended, a new Democratic Party formed to oppose the Republicans.

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What caused the tension between John Quincy Adams and Andrew Jackson?

In 1824, Jackson received the most popular votes (but not a majority) and the electoral votes were split four ways. Since no candidate received a majority, the election was decided by the House of Representatives, who chose Adams. There were some claims of corruption after Adams appointed Clay Secretary of State after he had given his state's support to him.


What are some president names that start with an a?

· Abraham Lincoln · Andrew Jackson · Andrew Johnson · John Adams · John Quincy Adams


Who did John Quincy Adams defeat during his presidential election?

He beat Andrew Jackson. Though some say that the reason was that Henry Clay publicly announced his favor of Adams.


What was the corrupt bargain and how did that change peoples perspectives of John Quincy Adams?

The corrupt bargain refers to an apparent deal made between Adams and Henry Clay. Clay was able to swing the electoral votes from the states he had carried over to Adams and Adams made Clay his Secretary of State, a position which in the past had been a stepping stone to the presidency, The Jackson supporters, angry that Jackson was not made president event though he was the leader in both popular and electoral votes, made sure that people were constantly reminded of this "corrupt bargain" and I am sure that it cast a shadow on Adams' character for some people.


Who are some presidents before 1865?

George Washington John Adams Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe Andrew Jackson John Quincy Adams Martin Van Buren John Tyler


Election of 1828?

Andrew Jackson was elected president over the incumbent President John Quincy Adams in 1828, Jackson won the popular vote 642,553 (56.0 %) to 500,.897(43.6) and won the electoral vote by 178 to 83. Jackson carried 15 states to Adams's 9. The election of 1828 signaled a power shift in presidential politics. Jackson was the first US president from a state other than Mass. and VA and he was the first that was not a founding father or the son of a founding father. This was the first election in which the Western settlers played a major role in choosing the president. It also saw the beginnings of national political parties and showed how partisan newspapers can influence elections. The Democratic-Republicans Party evolved into the Democrats who supported Andrew Jackson, and the National Republicans supported John Quincy Adams. There is a link to an article on the election below.


How did John Adams beat Andrew Jackson even though he had more electoral votes?

After the election, no candidate had a majority of electoral votes. Martin Van Buren and Nathan Sanford had also received some electoral votes. As a result, the vote went to the House of Representatives who favored John Adams over Andrew Jackson.


What is a sentence with difference?

She enjoys doing 'spot the difference' puzzles.There is a difference between happy and sad.What is the difference between these two cakes?


What is the height difference between a whale and elephant?

some differences between


Is there a difference between lemon sun in and the original?

The difference between SunIn and lemon SunIn is the addition of some form of lemon.


What are some political difference between the two parties?

do not do it


What are some similiraties between art and music?

No difference.