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The election of John Quincy Adams was in 1924

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The eventual winner of the election of 1824 was John Quincy Adams. The house actually elected him on February 9, 1825.

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What happened in the election of 1824 that earned it that nickname?

Corrupt Bargain


Is 2021 a year for a new presidential election?

no. There will be an election in 2020 and the winner will take office in January of 2021. 1/13/2013 My prediction is his name will be President Levi I saw it in a dream in 2012.


The 1824 presidential election was decided?

Four candidates ran for president in the election of 1824:Andrew Jackson,John Quincy Adams,Henry Clay,and William Crawford.In this election Jackson won the popular vote.The winner was decided by the House of Representatives.In order to win the election the candidates had to receive a majority of the votes.The House of Representatives chose Adams on the first ballot.John Quincy Adams chose Henry Clay as his secretary of state.Jackson thought that Adams had stolen the election with Henry Clay.Jackson this deal a corrupt bargain.On March 4,1825 John Quincy Adams became the 6th president of the United States.In 1828 John Quincy Adams ran for a second term but he lost the election to Andrew Jackson.Adams retired to his home in Massachusetts.


Who was the president that was accused of the corrupt bargain that stole the election of 1824 from Andrew Jackson?

John Quincy Adams was the benefactor of what Jackson people called the corrupt bargain. In return for his election, he appointed Henry Clay secretary of state.


How many has the popular vote winner failed to win the presidency?

This situation only occurred one time and that was in 1824. In 1876 there was a big controversy about the credentials of the some the electors but eventually it was resolved with Congressional intervention so that the Electoral College did eventually decide that election

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How was the winner determined in the election of 1824?

john,henery,and ? sorry the winner was determined by sticks or governs


Who won the election of 1824 and how was the winner determined?

John Quincy Adams


Who decided the election of 1824?

The US House of Representatives settled the 1824 election and chose the president in early 1825.


Who selects president if there is no winner?

The general officer chooses if no president is the winner of the election.


Why were there 4 people running for president in the election of 1824?

The four people running for president in the election of 1824 were from the same party failed to agree on who was the clear cut people's favorite.


Why did the house of representatives the winner of the election of 1824?

None of the candidates got enough votes in the Electoral College.


Why did the house of representative decide the winner in the election of 1824?

None of the candidates got enough votes in the Electoral College.


Who was the first president to win the election in 1880?

There can be only one winner of each U. S. Presidential election. The winner of the Election of 1880 was James Abram Garfield.


Was a Northeasterner elected president in the election of 1824?

John Quincy Adams was elected to the presidency of the United States in 1824. He was from the northeastern state of Massachusetts.


who was the winner in the 1824 presidential American election?

James Monroe was President from March 4 1817 to March 4 1825he was followed by John Quincy Adams March 4 1825 to March 4 1829


What did Andrew Jackson run for president?

He ran for president in 1824, 1828 , and 1832. He won the election the last 2 times.


Which president's election was determined by the US Congress?

The president was John Quincy Adams; the year was 1824.