Pennsylvania 1825 U.S. Senate, Ballot 14
- U.S. Senate (Federal)
- U.S. Senator
- Pennsylvania 1825 U.S. Senate, Ballot 14
- Fourteenth Ballot
- U.S. Senate/U.S. Senator
- William Marks, Samuel D. Ingham, John Sergeant, Thomas Burnside, William Darlington, Molton C. Rogers, James Todd
|Candidates:||William Marks||Samuel D. Ingham||John Sergeant||Thomas Burnside||William Darlington||Molton C. Rogers||James Todd|
|Final Result: ||37||24||20||19||14||12||3|
William Marks would eventually be elected on the 32nd ballot.
"On Monday, 17th inst, another attempt was made to elect an U.S. Senator. After four unsuccessful ballotings, (the result of which follows,) the convention adjourned to meet again next Monday. It is conjectured, by some of the 'knowing ones,' at Harrisburg, that no choice will be made this season." Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, PA). January 25, 1825.
The Crawford Messenger (Meadville, PA) lists 6 votes for James Todd
Harrisburg Chronicle (Harrisburg, PA). January 20, 1825.
Lancaster Intelligencer (Lancaster, PA). January 25, 1825.
Der Readinger Adler (Reading, PA). January 25, 1825.
Village Record, or Chester and Delaware Federalist (West Chester, PA). January 26, 1825.
Crawford Messenger (Meadville, PA). January 27, 1825.
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