Maine 1823 U.S. House of Representatives, District 4, Ballot 2

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Maine 1823 U.S. House of Representatives, District 4, Ballot 2
Second Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Joshua Cushman, Ebenezer T. Warren, Josiah Prescott, Thomas Bond, Robert C. Vose, Nathan Cutler, Sanford Kingsbury, Daniel Campbell, Abraham Morrell, Samuel Cony, Joshua Gage, Samuel Currier, James Parker, scattering
Candidates: Joshua Cushman[1]Ebenezer T. WarrenJosiah PrescottThomas BondRobert C. VoseNathan CutlerSanford KingsburyDaniel CampbellAbraham MorrellSamuel ConyJoshua GageSamuel CurrierJames Parkerscattering
Final Result: [2]1704824213----------91
District of Four1704824213----------91
Kennebec County1669663------------
Town of Augusta17337-1----------
Town of Belgrade422------------
Town of Chesterville25128-----------
Town of China716------------
Town of Clinton7821------------
Town of Dearborn216--13---------
Town of Farmington342212123----------
Town of Fayette1273------------
Town of Freedom505------------
Town of Gardiner59111--11-------
Town of Hallowell[3]29226----1-------
Town of Joy21-------------
Town of Leeds--------------
Town of Ligonia4362-1--1------
Town of Monmouth326216-----1831---
Town of Mount Vernon7319------------
Town of New Sharon6742-----------
Town of Pittston717------------
Town of Readfield8443---------1--
Town of Rome74--13---------
Town of Sidney7083-----------
Town of Unity87---------8---
Town of Vassalborough13172-----------
Town of Vienna24311-----------
Town of Waterville1962427---------1-
Town of Wayne135------------
Town of Windsor3536------------
Town of Winslow1065------------
Town of Winthrop5410-2--------1-
25 Mile Pond Plantation25-------------
Lincoln County35161------------
Appleton Plantation127------------
Town of Montville-42------------
Montville Plantation16-------------
Town of Palermo778------------
Patricktown Plantation-8------------
Town of Washington-26------------


[2]Maine law required a majority to elect for the U.S. House of Representatives. The original election was held on April 7, 1823.
[3]Joshua Cushman received 1 vote as Joshua Cusman.


Original Election Returns. Maine State Library, Augusta.
American Advocate and General Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). May 24, 1823.
American Advocate and General Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). July 4, 1823.
Waterville Intelligencer (Waterville, ME). July 4, 1823.
Portland Gazette (Portland, ME). July 22, 1823.
Maine Gazette (Bath, ME). July 25, 1823.
American Advocate and General Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). July 26, 1823.
Independent Statesman and Maine Republican (Portland, ME). July 26, 1823.
Hallowell Gazette (Hallowell, ME). July 30, 1823.
Bangor Register (Bangor, ME). July 31, 1823.
Eastport Sentinel (Eastport, ME). August 2, 1823.
Dubin, Michael J. United States Congressional Elections, 1788-1997: The Official Results of the Elections of the 1st through 105th Congresses. Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company, 1998.

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