JOHN BELL FOR PRESIDENT
"Leave Slavery Alone and Unite"
Views On Slavery
Though John Bell owns slaves, he neither supports slavery, nor is against it. His main goal is to keep the states together and the Union intact in order to provide peace throughout America.
John Bell was born on February 15, 1797 in Nashville, TN. He has experience as a representative in the House, where he served as a democrat. He later broke away from it and became a Whig after White was defeated.
James K. Polk replaced Bell as the Speaker of the House in 1835. Robert L. Caruthers succeeded Bell as a member of the House of Representatives after in 1835. After his short time as Secretary of War in 1841, John C. Spencer succeeded him. In 1859, Alfred O.P. Nicholson succeeded Bell as Senator of Tennessee.