United States presidential election, 1832

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Andrew Jackson was up for reelection in 1832 and several parties were introducing candidates. Jackson easily won the Democratic nomination. Henry Clay won the National Republican party nomination. The election results showed:

candidates popular vote electoral vote
Andrew Jackson 687, 502 219
Henry Clay 530, 189 49
William Wirt 7
John Floyd 11
Non-Voters 2

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References

  1. A Pictoral History of the U.S. Presidents, by Clare Gibson, Gramercy Books, 2001, p. 118.
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