Indiana 1816 Lieutenant Governor
- Lieutenant Governor (State)
- Lieutenant Governor
- Indiana 1816 Lieutenant Governor
- First Ballot
- Lieutenant Governor/Lieutenant Governor
- Christopher Harrison, John Vawter, Abel Findley, John Johnson, Davis Floyd, Amos Lane
|Candidates:||Christopher Harrison||John Vawter||Abel Findley||John Johnson||Davis Floyd||Amos Lane|
|Final Result: ||6570||847||18||14||13||12|
"We have 'till yet only the returns of 9 counties, viz. Clark, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Orange, Knox, Switzerland, Washington and Wayne . . .Mr. Harrison over Mr. Vawter, a majority of 4512 votes for Lieut. Governor. There are 6 counties, viz. Dearborn, Franklin, Gibson, Perry, Posey and Warrick, we have not yet heard from." The Western Sun (Vincennes, IN). August 31, 1816.
The Daily National Intelligencer and the Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advertiser (Baltimore, MD) list John Vawter with 407 votes.
The Intelligencer, and Weekly Advertiser (Lancaster, PA) lists John Vawter with 47 votes.
"By the returns from three counties, Clark, Jefferson and Switzerland . . . for Ch. Harrison, Liet Gov, a majority of 918." Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette (Cincinnati, OH). August 19, 1816.
"In 1816 the vote of Posey County was 326, and the population about 2240." History and Directory of Posey County. 14.
Journal of the Indiana House of Representatives, 1816-1817. 3.
The Western Sun (Vincennes, IN). July 6, 1816.
The Western Sun (Vincennes, IN). August 3, 1816.
The Western Sun (Vincennes, IN). August 17, 1816.
Liberty Hall and Cincinnati Gazette (Cincinnati, OH). August 19, 1816.
The Western Sun (Vincennes, IN). August 24, 1816.
The Western Sun (Vincennes, IN). August 31, 1816.
Louisville Correspondent (Louisville, KY). September 9, 1816.
Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, DC). November 21, 1816.
Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). November 22, 1816.
The Intelligencer, and Weekly Advertiser (Lancaster, PA). December 7, 1816.
Leonard, William P. History and Directory of Posey County. Evansville: A. C. Isaacs, 1882. 14.
Paoli Business and Professional Womans Club. History of Orange County, Indiana. Vol. I. Orange County, IN: Stout's Print Shop, 1950. 34.
Reifel, August J. History of Franklin County, Indiana. Indianapolis: B. F. Bowen Company, 1915. 81.
Riker, Dorothy Lois and Gayle Thornbrough. Indiana Election Returns 1816-1851. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1960. 137.
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