Virginia 1789 Electoral College, District 7
- Electoral College (Federal)
- Virginia 1789 Electoral College, District 7
- First Ballot
- Electoral College/Elector
- James Wood, Jr., William Darke, Robert Rutherford, William Haymond, Ebenezer Zane, Alexander White
|Electors:||James Wood, Jr.||William Darke||Robert Rutherford||William Haymond||Ebenezer Zane||Alexander White|
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"We are desired to inform the public, that A. White, I. Zane and R. Rutherford, Esquires...did not offer themselves as candidates for that office." The Virginia Gazette, or the Winchester Advertiser (Winchester, VA). February 4, 1789.
The Virginia Centinel, or, the Winchester Mercury (Winchester, VA) January 21, 1789 edition reported "Unanimously for the General."
The Virginia Gazette, or the Winchester Advertiser (Winchester, VA) January 21 and February 4 editions listed Harrison County "absent."
The Virginia Centinel, or, the Winchester Mercury (Winchester, VA). January 21, 1789.
The Virginia Gazette, or the Winchester Advertiser (Winchester, VA). January 21, 1789.
Virginia Gazette and Weekly Advertiser (Richmond, VA). January 29, 1789.
The Virginia Gazette, or the Winchester Advertiser (Winchester, VA). February 4, 1789.
The Pennsylvania Mercury and Universal Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). February 10, 1789.
DenBoer, Gordon and Lucy Trumbull Brown, ed. The Documentary History of the First Federal Elections: 1788-1790. Vol. IV. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1976. 307.
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