Maine 1821 State Senate, Cumberland County

State Senate (State)
State Senator
Maine 1821 State Senate, Cumberland County
First Ballot
State Senate/State Senator
Josiah Pierce, George Bradbury, Josiah W. Mitchell, William Buxton, Nicholas Emery, Nathaniel Howe
Candidates: Josiah Pierce[1]George Bradbury[2]Josiah W. MitchellWilliam BuxtonNicholas EmeryNathaniel Howe
Final Result: [3]2158213921212083--
Cumberland County2158213921212083--
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Town of Poland------
Town of Portland[4]520512511340368340
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[3]Votes necessary for a choice: 2138.
[4]The Boston Commercial Gazette (Boston, MA) lists Joseph Mitchell with 571 votes and William Buxton with 34 votes.


Portland Gazette (Portland, ME). September 11, 1821.
Boston Commercial Gazette (Boston, MA). September 13, 1821.
Columbian Centinel (Boston, MA). September 15, 1821.
Independent Statesman (Portland, ME). September 15, 1821.
Boston Weekly Messenger (Boston, MA). September 20, 1821.
The Eastern Argus (Portland, ME). October 2, 1821.
The Eastern Argus (Portland, ME). December 11, 1821.
Portland Gazette (Portland, ME). December 11, 1821.
Lincoln Intelligencer (Wiscasset, ME). December 13, 1821.
Bangor Register and Penobscot Advertiser (Bangor, ME). December 13, 1821.
Eastport Sentinel and Passamquoddy Advertiser (Eastport, ME). December 15, 1821.

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