Connecticut 1802 U.S. House of Representatives

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Connecticut 1802 U.S. House of Representatives
Second Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
John C. Smith, Benjamin Talmadge, Samuel W. Dana, Elias Perkins, Calvin Goddard, Roger Griswold, John Davenport, Jr., Simeon Baldwin, Timothy Pitkin, Jr., William Hart, Jonathan O. Mosely, Epaphroditus Champion, Nathaniel Rosseter, Sylvester Gilbert, Lewis B. Sturges, John Caldwell, Samuel B. Sherwood, Theodore Dwight
Candidates: John C. Smith[1]Benjamin Talmadge[2]Samuel W. Dana[3]Elias Perkins[4]Calvin Goddard[5]Roger Griswold[6]John Davenport, Jr.[7]Simeon BaldwinTimothy Pitkin, Jr.William HartJonathan O. MoselyEpaphroditus ChampionNathaniel RosseterSylvester GilbertLewis B. SturgesJohn CaldwellSamuel B. SherwoodTheodore Dwight
Final Result: [8][9]87437370723269976942660153904033806319257225158150126999364
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[8]The Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT) and Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT) list Elias Perkins with 7097 votes and Theodore Dwight with 126 votes.
[9]The Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT) and The Courier (Norwich, CT) list John C. Smith with 8742 votes.


Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT). October 25, 1802.
Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT). October 26, 1802.
The Connecticut Gazette, and the Commercial Intelligencer (New London, CT). October 27, 1802.
The Courier (Norwich, CT). October 27, 1802.
Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). October 28, 1802.
Windham Herald (Windham, CT). October 28, 1802.
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC). October 29, 1802.
Impartial Herald; A Periodical Register of the Times (Suffield, CT). November 2, 1802.

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