Massachusetts 1824 State Senate, Franklin County, Ballot 2
- State Senate (State)
- State Senator
- Massachusetts 1824 State Senate, Franklin County, Ballot 2
- Second Ballot
- State Senate/State Senator
- George Grinnell, Jr., John Nevers, Thomas Longley, Elihu Hoyt
|Candidates:||George Grinnell, Jr.||John Nevers||Thomas Longley||Elihu Hoyt|
|Final Result: ||209||183||-||-|
"Votes for Senators. - The committee on the Senatorial returns, reported, that election had been made in all districts, excepting Franklin, wherein there were two vacancies; and that the candidates were the Hon. Mr. Longley, who had 1469 votes, Hon. Mr. Hoyt, who had 1237; George Grennell, Esq. who had 1817; and John Nevers, Esq. who had 962. The two houses met in Convention forthwith, to supply the above vacancies; when the committee on the ballots reported the whole number to be 225; and that John Nevers, Esq. had 209 votes, and George Grennell, Esq. 183 and were chosen. The Hon Messrs. Hoyt and Longley are Members of the House of Representatives." New-Bedford Mercury (New Bedford, MA). June 4, 1824.
Columbian Centinel (Boston, MA). May 29, 1824.
The Essex Register (Salem, MA). May 31, 1824.
Pittsfield Sun (Pittsfield, MA). June 3, 1824.
New-Bedford Mercury (New Bedford, MA). June 4, 1824.
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