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Which years did Andrew Jackson run for President, and who were his running mates?

In 1824, Andrew Jackson ran with John C. Calhoun against John Quincy Adams. Jackson won the popular vote, but the electoral vote went to Adams. In 1828, Jackson ran again with John C. Calhoun, and this time was successful. In 1832, Jackson was elected to his second term as president with Martin Van Buren as his vice president.