What did Jackson's opponents nickname him in the 1828 Presidential election?
A. Jackass.
B. Action Jackson.
C. Iron Andrew.
D. Child killer.
During the election, Jackson's opponents referred to him as a "jackass." Jackson liked the name and used the jackass as a symbol for a while, but it died out. However, it later became the symbol for the Democratic Party.
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