New Jersey 1810 Assembly, Essex County

Office:
Assembly (State)
Title:
Assemblyman
Jurisdiction:
State
Label:
New Jersey 1810 Assembly, Essex County
Date:
1810
State:
New Jersey
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
Assembly/Assemblyman
Candidates:
Samuel Pennington, Joseph Quinby, Amos Harrison, Abraham Godwin, Silas Whitehead, Israel Day, John Wilson
Candidates: Samuel PenningtonJoseph QuinbyAmos HarrisonAbraham GodwinSilas WhiteheadIsrael DayJohn Wilson
Affiliation:Bank Tax TicketBank Tax TicketBank Tax TicketBank Tax TicketAnti-Bank Tax TicketAnti-Bank Tax Ticket
Final Result: [1]1692153115221239582564399
Essex County1692153115221239582564399
Acquackanonk13913713813971-
Caldwell1841721381277127-
Elizabethtown5147125141149145
New Providence481452251838-
Newark53254251053479496
Orange299190252189855383
Rahway83768383--7
Springfield179531974814117419
Union79377850336576
Westfield14416362397863

Notes:

[1]"In this county as we mentioned last week, the only contest was between the friends and the opposers of a tax on Bank-Stock. The friends to the tax run a full ticket; with Charles Clark, who last year in the House voted for the tax, at its head as Candidate for Council. The opposers of the tax run but a partial Ticket consisting of the Members of Council and two Members of Assembly who last year voted against the tax...The influence of this question extended even to the election of a Sheriff; and Thomas Crane, who avowed himself friendly to a tax on Bank-Stock, received 1489 votes; while Nathan Squier, who had some years ago been Sheriff, and discharged its duties with fidelity and approbation, but who last year voted against taxing Banks, had but 555." The True American (Trenton, NJ). October 22, 1810.

References:

The Centinel of Freedom (Newark, NJ). October 16, 1810.
Trenton Federalist (Trenton, NJ). October 22, 1810.
The True American (Trenton, NJ). October 22, 1810.

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