Andrew Jackson and John Quincy Adams, the incumbent President were the candidates in 1828. It was the first election for Jackson's Democratic Party which was formed after Jackson lost out in 1824, despite leading in both the popular vote and electoral vote. It was the first election in which two national parties ran national campaigns.
Millard Fillmore never ran for office. Therefore he had no catchphrase or slogan. That is not correct. In 1828 Fillmore ran for the New York State Assembly, he ran for Congress in 1832, ran for governor of New York in 1844 (and lost), and ran for president (and lost) in 1856 for the American party. I have found one campaign poster for his failed presidential election, and from that I can deduce two possible slogans…
The Southern political thinker who most prominently justified Southern resistance to the Tariff of 1828 was?
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.