South Carolina 1789 Constitutional Convention, The District Eastward of the Wateree

Office:
Constitutional Convention (State)
Title:
Convention Delegate
Jurisdiction:
State
Label:
South Carolina 1789 Constitutional Convention, The District Eastward of the Wateree
Date:
1789
State:
South Carolina
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
Constitutional Convention/Convention Delegate
Candidates:
John Chesnut, Isham Moore, Lou Manning, Adam P. Brisbane, John Kershaw, Isaac Dubose, William Welsh, George Cooper, John Marshall, Thomas Sumter, Richard Champion
Candidates: John Chesnut[1]Isham Moore[2]Lou Manning[3]Adam P. Brisbane[4]John Kershaw[5]Isaac Dubose[6]William Welsh[7]George Cooper[8]John Marshall[9]Thomas Sumter[10]Richard Champion[11]
Affiliation:
Final Result: [12][13]417376362312312247233196186177174
District of Camden-----------
Eastward of the Wateree417376362312312247233196186177174

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]Elected.
[3]Elected.
[4]Elected.
[5]Elected.
[6]Elected.
[7]Elected.
[8]Elected.
[9]Elected.
[10]Elected.
[11]Elected.
[12]"The following gentlemen are returned duly elected to serve in the state convention, for the District Eastward of the Wateree." The City Gazette, or the Daily Advertiser (Charleston, SC). November 5, 1789.
[13]"There were 558 voters." The City Gazette, or the Daily Advertiser (Charleston, SC). November 5, 1789.

References:

The City Gazette, or the Daily Advertiser (Charleston, SC). November 5, 1789.

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