Maine 1820 Electoral College, District 7

Office:
Electoral College (Federal)
Title:
Elector
Jurisdiction:
Federal
Label:
Maine 1820 Electoral College, District 7
Date:
1820
State:
Maine
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
Electoral College/Elector
Electors:
Levi Hubbard, scattering
Electors: Levi Hubbard[1][2]scattering
Affiliation:Republican
Presidential Candidate:James Monroe
Final Result: 45518
District of Seven45518
Cumberland County--
Town of Baldwin--
Town of Bridgeton--
Town of Harrison--
Town of Minot--
Town of Poland--
Town of Raymond--
Town of Standish--
Oxford County--
Town of Albany--
Town of Andover--
Town of Bethel--
Town of Brownfield--
Town of Buckfield--
Town of Denmark--
Town of Dixfield--
Town of Fryeburgh--
Town of Gilead--
Town of Greenwood--
Town of Hartford--
Town of Hebron--
Town of Hiram--
Town of Jay--
Town of Livermore--
Town of Lovell--
Town of Mexico--
Town of Newry--
Town of Norway--
Town of Otisfield--
Town of Paris--
Town of Porter--
Town of Rumford--
Town of Sumner--
Town of Sweden--
Town of Turner9-
Town of Waterford--
Town of Weld--
Town of Woodstock--
York County--
Town of Buxton--
Town of Cornish--
Town of Limington--
Town of Parsonsfield--

Notes:

[1]Of Paris.
[2]Elected.

References:

Original Election Returns. Maine State Library, Augusta.
Register of the Maine Governor's Council, Vol. I. 21-22.
Hancock Gazette (Belfast, ME). October 28, 1820.
Bangor Register (Bangor, ME). November 2, 1820.
American Advocate and Kennebec Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). November 18, 1820.
American Advocate and Kennebec Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). December 2, 1820.
Hallowell Gazette (Hallowell, ME). December 6, 1820.
French, W. R. A History of Turner, Maine. Portland, ME: Hoyt, Fogg and Sonham, 1887. 256.

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