Election of 1832

Election of 1832

The Hero of New Orleans again parlayed his immense popularity into an election win in 1832. Running against National Republican (later Whig) candidate Henry Clay, Jackson’s opposition of a national bank was accepted by voters.  He won easily with 219 electoral votes to Clay’s 49.


Election of 1832 Map

Election of 1832
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