Who was Elected President in 1832?

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The presidential election of 1832 consisted of Andrew Jackson, Democratic Party, Henry Clay, National Republican Party and William Wirt, Anti-Masonic Party. President Jackson won the election.
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In the year of 1832 Andrew Jackson was the president of the United States of America. He worked hard and he truly loved his job as being the president of the United States.
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