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Andrew Jackson was reelected in 1832 when Henry Clay ran against him
Following Jackson’s second term as president, Martin Van Buren ran as the Democratic-Republican candidate and won: the candidate Jackson backed.
Martin Van Buren, not as popular as Jackson, was guided by basically the same beliefs and Jackson himself.
However, was not reelected due to the Divorce Bill Van Buren passed to try to fix the Panic of 1837. However, the Divorce Bill, designed to take government money out of failing banks only made the economy worse.