New York 1800 U.S. House of Representatives, District 6

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1800 U.S. House of Representatives, District 6
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
John Bird, Henry W. Livingston, John Woodworth, John Bud, Robert Yates, James Savage, Derick Gardiner, Ezekiel Gilbert, Derick Lane, Edward Livingston, Walter M. Livingston, John Lovitt, Henry K. Van Rensselaer
Candidates: John Bird[1]Henry W. LivingstonJohn WoodworthJohn BudRobert YatesJames SavageDerick GardinerEzekiel GilbertDerick LaneEdward LivingstonWalter M. LivingstonJohn LovittHenry K. Van Rensselaer
Final Result: 24562085525211111111
District of Six24562085-5211111111
Columbia County10471866-5-111--1--
Town of Canaan258189-----------
Town of Chatham192163---1-------
Town of Claverack[2]76175----1------
Town of Clermont-100-----------
Town of Germantown-42-----------
Town of Hillsdale149319-----------
City of Hudson[3]170213-----1--1--
Town of Kinderhook175125-5---------
Town of Livingston27540-----------
Rensselaer County[4]140921952-2---11-11
Town of Greenbush16546-----------
Town of Hoosick82-52----------
Town of Petersburgh222------------
Town of Pittstown8851-----------
Town of Schaghticoke111------------
Town of Schodack22846-----------
Town of Stephentown25717-----------
Town of Troy25658-----------


[2]John Bird received 1 vote as James Bird and 1 vote as Bird.
[3]The Albany Gazette (Albany, NY) reversed the votes for John Bird and Henry W. Livingston listing John Bird with 213 votes and Henry W. Livingston with 170 votes.
[4]Henry W. Livingston received 1 vote as Henry Livingston.


Original Election Books. Columbia County Court House, Hudson.
The Albany Centinel (Albany, NY). May 6, 1800.
Lansingburgh Gazette (Lansingburgh, NY). May 6, 1800.
Northern Budget (Troy, NY). May 7, 1800.
The Albany Gazette (Albany, NY). May 12, 1800.

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