Connecticut 1803 Governor

Governor (State)
Connecticut 1803 Governor
First Ballot
Jonathan Trumbull, Ephraim Kirby, scattering
Candidates: Jonathan Trumbull[1]Ephraim Kirbyscattering
Final Result: [2][3]143757848223
Fairfield County---
Town of Brookfield---
Town of Danbury17641-
Town of Fairfield---
Town of Greenwich---
Town of Huntingdon---
Town of New Canaan---
Town of New Fairfield---
Town of Newtown---
Town of Norwalk---
Town of Reading---
Town of Ridgefield---
Town of Sherman---
Town of Stamford---
Town of Stratford---
Town of Trumbull---
Town of Weston---
Town of Wilton---
Hartford County---
Town of Berlin---
Town of Bristol---
Town of East Hartford[4]17921-
Town of East Windsor---
Town of Enfield---
Town of Farmington---
Town of Glastonbury---
Town of Granby---
City of Hartford[5]312169-
Town of Hartland---
Town of Simsbury---
Town of Southington---
Town of Suffield---
Town of Wethersfield24221-
Town of Windsor---
Litchfield County---
Town of Barkhamstead---
Town of Bethlehem144--
Town of Canaan---
Town of Colbrook---
Town of Cornwall---
Town of Goshen---
Town of Harwinton---
Town of Kent---
Town of Litchfield293232-
Town of New Hartford---
Town of New Milford---
Town of Norfolk18415-
Town of Plymouth---
Town of Roxbury---
Town of Salisbury12368-
Town of Sharon---
Town of Southbury---
Town of Torrington---
Town of Warren9813-
Town of Washington---
Town of Watertown---
Town of Winchester---
Town of Woodbury171655
Middlesex County---
Town of Chatham---
Town of Durham---
Town of East Haddam---
Town of Haddam9822-
Town of Killingworth---
City of Middletown---
Town of Saybrook[6]36155-
New Haven County---
Town of Branford14677-
Town of Cheshire74143-
Town of Derby9928-
Town of East Haven587-
Town of Guilford33068-
Town of Hamden39101-
Town of Milford16622-
City of New Haven3231523
Town of North Haven3196-
Town of Oxford[7]---
Town of Wallingford[8]---
Town of Waterbury13891-
Town of Wolcott6841-
Town of Woodbridge17816-
New London County---
Town of Bozrah---
Town of Colchester23432-
Town of Franklin---
Town of Groton[9]-130-
Town of Lisbon---
Town of Lyme19181-
Town of Montville---
City of New London[10]---
City of Norwich145941
Town of Preston---
Town of Stonington92207-
Town of Waterford[11]---
Tolland County---
Town of Bolton---
Town of Coventry---
Town of Ellington---
Town of Hebron---
Town of Somers---
Town of Stafford---
Town of Tolland---
Town of Union---
Town of Willington---
Windham County---
Town of Ashford---
Town of Brooklyn989-
Town of Canterbury15832-
Town of Hampton11057-
Town of Killingly---
Town of Lebanon---
Town of Mansfield---
Town of Plainfield---
Town of Pomfret10040-
Town of Sterling---
Town of Thompson---
Town of Voluntown[12]---
Town of Windham18082-


[2]The Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT) lists 222 scattering votes.
[3]The Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia, PA) lists Ephraim Kirby with 7840 votes.
[4]The Middlesex Gazette (Middletown, CT) lists Ephraim Kirby with 56 votes.
[5]The Windham Herald (Windham, CT) lists Ephraim Kirby with 139 votes.
[6]The Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT), Columbian Centinel and Connecticut Gazette, and the Commercial Intelligencer (New London, CT) list Jonathan Trumbull with 314 votes.
[7]"In [Oxford], there will be an almost unanimous vote for Trumbull but the town is small." Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). April 14, 1803.
[8]"In [Wallingford] there is a majority of perhaps 50 or 60 for Kirby." Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). April 14, 1803.
[9]The Impartial Journal (Stonington, CT) lists vote for Jonathan Trumbull as "Uncertain".
[10]"In this city, the votes were not counted; but it is conjectured there was a majority of about thirty for Gov. Trumbull." Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). April 20, 1803.
[11]"Kirby - majority." Impartial Journal (Stonington, CT). April 19, 1803.
[12]"Kirby - majority." Impartial Journal (Stonington, CT). April 19, 1803.


The Visitor (New Haven, CT). April 12, 1803.
Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT). April 13, 1803.
The Courier (Norwich, CT). April 13, 1803.
The Monitor (Litchfield, CT). April 13, 1803.
Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). April 14, 1803.
Windham Herald (Windham, CT). April 14, 1803.
New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). April 15, 1803.
Middlesex Gazette (Middletown, CT). April 18, 1803.
Trenton Federalist (Trenton, NJ). April 18, 1803.
The Balance, and Columbian Repository (Hudson, NY). April 19, 1803.
Impartial Journal (Stonington, CT). April 19, 1803.
Columbian Centinel and Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). April 20, 1803.
Connecticut Gazette, and the Commercial Intelligencer (New London, CT). April 20, 1803.
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC). April 20, 1803.
The True American and Commercial Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). April 20, 1803.
The Olio (Georgetown, DC). April 22, 1803.
New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). May 14, 1803.
Gazette of the United States (Philadelphia, PA). May 16, 1803.
Middlesex Gazette (Middletown, CT). May 16, 1803.
Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT). May 17, 1803.
The Visitor (New Haven, CT). May 17, 1803.
Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT). May 18, 1803.
Connecticut Gazette, and the Commercial Intelligencer (New London, CT). May 18, 1803.
The American Mercury (Hartford, CT). May 19, 1803.
Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). May 19, 1803.
The Courier (Norwich, CT). May 19, 1803.
Windham Herald (Windham, CT). May 19, 1803.
The Albany Centinel (Albany, NY). May 20, 1803.
Impartial Journal (Stonington, CT). May 24, 1803.
The Monitor (Litchfield, CT). May 25, 1803.
Republican Star or Eastern Shore General Advertiser (Easton, MD). May 31, 1803.
The Times (Charleston, SC). May 31, 1803.

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