United States presidential election, 1828

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After Andrew Jackson lost the 1824 election to John Quincy Adams, Jackson's campaigners prepared for the 1828 election. Jackson's supporters wanted to make sure that this time that Andrew Jackson decisively won the electoral vote. The campaign was full of namecalling and slanders. Jackson now had a new advantage; all whites in the south could now vote regardless of property. [1]

candidates popular vote electoral vote
Andrew Jackson 647, 286 178
John Quincy Adams 508, 064 83

[2]

References

  1. Encyclopedia of Presidents, Andrew Jackson, by Alice Osinski, Children's Press, 1987.
  2. A Pictoral History of the U.S. Presidents, by Clare Gibson, Gramercy Books, 2001, 118.
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