New York 1804 U.S. House of Representatives, District 16

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1804 U.S. House of Representatives, District 16
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Uri Tracy, Edward Edwards, Silas Halsey, Nathaniel Howell, Comfort Tyler, Thomas R. Gold, Samuel Payne, Jedediah Peck, Henry Huntington, John MacWhorter, John Ballard, Peter Betts, Obadiah German, J. N. M. Hurd, Judas Iscariot, Caleb Keep, John Miller, John Osgood, Samuel Tyler, William J. Vredenburgh, Luther Waterman
Candidates: Uri Tracy[1]Edward EdwardsSilas HalseyNathaniel HowellComfort TylerThomas R. GoldSamuel PayneJedediah PeckHenry HuntingtonJohn MacWhorterJohn BallardPeter BettsObadiah GermanJ. N. M. HurdJudas IscariotCaleb KeepJohn MillerJohn OsgoodSamuel TylerWilliam J. VredenburghLuther Waterman
Final Result: 3222191146974332211111111111
District of Sixteen3222191146974322211111111111
Chenango County[2][3]16341053----3----111------1
Town of Brookfield127157-------------------
Town of Cazenovia219336-------------------
Town of De Ruyter3634-------------------
Town of Greene6057-------------------
Town of Hamilton173304-------------------
Town of Jericho845-------------------
Town of Norwich46433-------------------
Town of Oxford19814-------------------
Town of Sherburne14875-------------------
Town of Sullivan12438-------------------
Onondaga County[4]1139648---4-2211----1-111-
Tioga County[5]4492104697--1-1----1-1----


[2]Uri Tracy received 1 vote as Uriah Tracey.
[3]The Western Oracle, and Chenango Weekly Magazine (Sherburne, NY), May 24, lists 1043 votes for Edward Edwards.
[4]Uri Tracy received 1 vote as Uriah Tracey and 1 vote as Uri Tracey.
[5]Uri Tracy received 49 votes as Uriah Tracey.


The Western Oracle, and Chenango Weekly Magazine (Sherburne, NY). May 24, 1804.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). June 5, 1804.

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