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Voting Rights New Political Parties Bibliography "Voting Rights 1800 -1830." No Date. "Hamburg Central School District" May 15, 2013.
<http://www.hamburgschools.org/cms/lib/NY19000277/Centricity/ModuleInstance/7955/6%20-%20The%20Age%20of%20Jackson.ppt> Changes in voting qualifications, the formation of the Democratic Party, and the election of Andrew Jackson in 1828, all contributed to the evolution of America's political system. Corruption in the election of 1824 caused the Republican party to split into two parties, the Democrats and the National Republicans. Andrew Jackson is representing the Democrats, while John Quincy Adams is
representing the National
EASTER EGG States started to give non-property owning white males the right to vote. Voter turnout rose 26% to 57.6%, since the election of 1824. 26% 26% 31.6% The 1828 election shaped elections in modern times.
This election is considered the first to have mud-slinging campaigns.
First campaign to develop a committee system which raises money, generates pamphlets, etc.
The Democratic Party also organized parties, parades, and local clubs to promote Andrew Jackson. Goodman, Bonnie K. "Overview & Chronologies: 1828." "Presidental Campaigns & Election Reference" No Date. Wordpress. May 15, 2013.
<http://presidentialcampaignselectionsreference.wordpress.com/overviews/19th-century/1828-overview/> How Political Parties Have Evolved No Author. "The Election of 1828." "Mr. Molinari's World of Seventh Grade U.S. History" No Date. May 15, 2013.
<http://www.plainedgeschools.org/jmolinari/election_of_1828.htm> 1824 Election corruption The "corrupt bargain" in the election of 1824 caused the Republican party to split into two parties
The Republican party split into the Democrats and the National Republicans.
Andrew Jackson representing the Democratic Party, while John Quincy Adams represents the the National Republican Party in the election of 1828. The election of 1828 was the first election to be decided by popular vote.
The election marked a major shift in democracy, and democratized the political system.
Many new states entered the Union since the 1800s, so the democratic party that Andrew Jackson and one of his loyalists, Van Buren, increased dramatically.
Andrew Jackson won the election of 1828 and is the first "common man" to be elected president. Howe, Daniel Walker. "United States Elections: Presidential Elections (1828)." "Historical Boys' Clothing" No Date. May 22, 2013.
<http://histclo.com/country/us/hist/elect/19/e1828p.html> Importance The current trends our society makes and future crises will definitely affect the American Party System. The number of people who do not associate themselves to either major party, the independents, has increased since a few decades ago. Most might remain independent, but a future crisis might cause them to change their opinion. Kathryne. "How have our political parties evolved." "This Morning is History" January 4, 2012. Wordpress. May 22, 2013
<http://thismorningishistory.wordpress.com/2012/01/04/how-have-our-political-parties-evolved/> Hey, are you
a republican? Let's say for example, our nation is running out of oil and an election is coming up. The independents will have to decide what party has a greater leader that will benefit the oil crisis. The National Republicans and The Democratic Party from 1795 to 1828,were the first political parties that formed during the time when our country was in its formative years. Two opposing factions arose. The Federalists won their cause for constitution. The term "National Republican" began to be used by Henry Clay's following, combining the old party name with the adjective which suggested its policies. No Author. "National Republican Party." "Course Notes" No Date. May 15, 2013.
<http://www.course-notes.org/us_history/political_parties/national_republican_party> Naw, I'm