New York 1802 U.S. House of Representatives, District 5

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1802 U.S. House of Representatives, District 5
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Andrew MacCord, John Hathorn, Samuel Hunter, James Wilkin, Jonathan Cooley, James Fink, Jr., James MacCord, Seth Marvin, Andries Tebowe
Candidates: Andrew MacCord[1]John HathornSamuel HunterJames WilkinJonathan CooleyJames Fink, Jr.James MacCordSeth MarvinAndries Tebowe
Final Result: 12553333211111
District of Five12553333211111
Orange County12553333211111
Town of Blooming Grove10013-------
Town of Cornwall751-------
Town of Deer Park6216-------
Town of Goshen14731-------
Town of Minisink17221-------
Town of Montgomery67149-------
Town of New Windsor[2]4550-------
Town of Newburgh9621-------
Town of Southfield103--------
Town of Wallkill22214-------
Town of Warwick16617-------


[2]The Albany Register (Albany, NY), May 18, 1802, lists 54 votes for Andrew MacCord in New Windsor. This total is apparently a transposition of his actual vote total of 45, as the county total is given as though MacCord received 45 votes in New Windsor.


American Citizen (New York, NY) and General Advertiser (New York, NY). May 13, 1802.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). May 18, 1802.
The Albany Centinel (Albany, NY). May 25, 1802.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). June 8, 1802.
New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). June 11, 1802.

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