Presidential Election 1832

Facts about the 1832 Presidential Election


The 12th Presidential election was held in 1832. The two major contenders were Andrew Jackson from the Democratic Party and Henry Clay from the National Republican Party.

Andrew Jackson was the winner of the 1832 Presidential election with 219 electoral votes.

Henry Clay lost the 1832 Presidential election with 49 electoral votes.

The winnerís running mate and Vice Presidential candidate in the 1832 Presidential election was Martin Van Buren. Martin Van Buren also won the Presidential election four years later in 1838.

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