Virginia 1824 Constitutional Convention

Constitutional Convention (State)
Convention Delegate
Virginia 1824 Constitutional Convention
First Ballot
Constitutional Convention/Convention Delegate
yes, no
Candidates: yesno
Final Result: --
Accomack County--
Albermarle County--
Alleghany County--
Amelia County--
Amherst County10730
Augusta County[1]20592
Bath County--
Bedford County8030
Berkeley County--
Botetourt County--
Brooke County--
Brunswick County139109
Buckingham County--
Cabell County--
Campbell County--
Caroline County[2]26877
Charles City County20100
Charlotte County--
Chesterfield County--
Culpepper County--
Cumberland County--
Dinwiddie County--
Elizabeth City County--
Essex County--
Fairfax County--
Fauquier County--
Fluvanna County240109
Franklin County--
Frederick County--
Giles County--
Gloucester County--
Goochland County6010
Grayson County--
Greenbrier County--
Greensville County[3]8451
Halifax County--
Hampshire County--
Hanover County--
Hardy County--
Harrison County--
Henrico County39563
City of Richmond153151
Henry County--
Isle of Wight County--
James City County--
Jefferson County--
Kanawha County--
King and Queen County--
King George County--
King William County--
Lancaster County--
Lee County--
Lewis County--
Logan County--
Loudoun County--
Louisa County47327
Lunenburg County--
Madison County14162
Mason County--
Mathews County--
Mecklenburg County--
Middlesex County--
Monongalia County70010
Monroe County--
Montgomery County--
Morgan County--
Nansemond County--
Nelson County--
New Kent County--
Nicholas County--
Norfolk County[4]00
Northampton County--
Northumberland County[5]8773
Nottoway County--
Ohio County--
Orange County203139
Patrick County--
Pendleton County--
City of Petersburg11347
Pittslyvania County--
Pocahontas County--
Powhatan County--
Preston County--
Prince Edward County--
Prince George County[6]9882
Prince William County--
Princess Anne County--
Randolph County--
Richmond County--
Rockbridge County--
Rockingham County--
Russell County--
Scott County--
Shenandoah County--
Southampton County--
Spotsylvania County--
Stafford County[7]19711
Surry County--
Sussex County--
Tazewell County32025
Tyler County--
Warwick County--
Washington County--
Westmoreland County--
Wood County--
Wythe County--
York County--


[1]Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA) of May 4 reports that 173 of the Yes votes are for a limited convention.
[2]The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA) reports 286 votes for Yes and 147 votes marked as Silent.
[3]Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA) reports 50 votes for No Convention.
[4]Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald (Norfolk, VA): "No poll was taken upon the question of a Convention at this election, it being obvious that the people had not had sufficient time to make up their minds upon the subject."
[5]Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA) lists 74 votes for No Convention.
[6]Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA) lists 88 votes for No Convention.
[7]The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA) lists 10 votes for No Convention.


Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA). April 9, 1824.
The Intelligencer (Lexington, VA). April 10, 1824.
The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA). April 14, 1824.
Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA). April 16, 1824.
The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA). April 17, 1824.
Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA). April 20, 1824.
Norfolk and Portsmouth Herald (Norfolk, VA). April 21, 1824.
The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA). April 21, 1824.
The Intelligencer (Lexington, VA). April 24, 1824.
The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA). April 24, 1824.
The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA). April 28, 1824.
The Virginia Herald (Fredericksburg, VA). May 1, 1824.
Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA). May 4, 1824.
Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA). June 8, 1824.
Constitutional Whig (Richmond, VA). June 11, 1824.

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