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May 17, 2021

[Answer] Who was the first President from the Democratic Party?

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...1. Andrew Jackson 2. Thomas Jefferson 3. Martin Van Buren 4. Grover Cleveland




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Andrew Jackson - The U.S. hasn’t always had the two-party system we’re so familiar with today. The first President, George Washington, didn't belong to any political party, believing they were tools of division and distraction. John Adams took on the role as the second President of the U.S. under the Federalist Party. Most of these two Founding Fathers' successors participated in the Democratic-Republican Party, until America's seventh President, Andrew Jackson. Jackson originally ran for the presidency in 1824, but despite winning the popular vote lacked an electoral majority. As a result, the presidency went to John Quincy Adams. New York Senator Martin Van Buren recognized that in order to win the presidency, Jackson needed support; with his help, the splintering Democratic-Republican broke into two. With the new Democratic Party backing Jackson's campaign, he was successfully elected in 1828 and then again in 1832, becoming the first official Democrat President.:


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