Who won the election in 1824?
John Q. Adams
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.
In the election of 1824, Andrew Jackson ran for President of the United States and won the popular vote, but he did not have enough Electoral College votes to win the Presidency. The contest had to be decided in the House of Representatives. When Henry Clay, sided with John Quincy Adams (the son of John Adams), Adams prevailed in the House vote and became President. Since Jackson had won the popular vote but lost the…
Two people who later became US Presidents won the popular vote but lost an earlier Presidential election. Andrew Jackson won the popular vote in 1824 and lost the election, He was then elected in 1828 and 1832. Grover Cleveland won the popular vote but lost the election in 1888. He won in 1884 and 1892,
One reason the presidential election of 1824 was unusual was because all of the people running were from the same party. Another thing that was unusual was that the results had to be decided by the House of Representatives because none of the candidates had won the majority of the electoral college.
There were actually six Democratic-Republicans who ran for President, and four who were elected to the office: Thomas Jefferson (1800 election, won) Aaron Burr (1800 election, lost to Jefferson) James Madison (1808 and 1812 elections, won) James Monroe (1816 and 1820 elections, won) John Quincy Adams (1824 election, won; ran on National Republican ticket in 1828, lost) William H. Crawford (1824, lost)
Obviously people who lose the election do not become President at that time. Andrew Jackson led in the popular vote in 1824 but lost, However he won in 1828 and again in 1832. Grover Cleveland , the incumbent President, won the popular vote in 1888 but lost the election to Benjamin Harrison. He won again in 1892 and returned to office.
The election of 1828 was not called a Corrupt Bargain, it was actually the election of 1824. In the election of 1824, John Quncy Adams, Andrew Jackson, and Henry Clay (all Democratic Repulican) ran, and the vote was decided by the House of Representatives. Jackson supporters believed that because JQA didn't win the popular vote but won the election, a secret conspiracy had been involved.
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.
Supporters of which candidate believed that he lost the election of 1824 because of a corrupt bargain?
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 1825 by the time they made their decision.