Massachusetts 1811 U.S. Senate, State Senate Vote
- U.S. Senate (Federal)
- U.S. Senator
- Massachusetts 1811 U.S. Senate, State Senate Vote
- First Ballot
- U.S. Senate/U.S. Senator
- Joseph B. Varnum, Timothy Pickering, scattering
|Candidates:||Joseph B. Varnum||Timothy Pickering||scattering|
|Final Result: ||320||251||3|
|House of Representatives||320||251||3|
A deadlock in the State Senate resulted in no choice in four ballots in 1810. The election was pushed off to 1811.
"On Thursday last the House of Representatives came to the choice, on their part, of a Senator of the U.S. in the room of Timothy Pickering . . . Sent to the Senate for concurrence, where it was referred to tomorrow - The Senate concurred 21 to 19." The Essex Register (Salem, MA). June 8, 1811.
The Essex Register (Salem, MA). June 8, 1811.
United States' Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). June 11, 1811.
American Watchman; and Delaware Republican (Wilmington, DE). June 15, 1811.
Norfolk Gazette and Publick Ledger (Norfolk, VA). June 17, 1811.
The Centinel of Freedom (Newark, NJ). June 18, 1811.
Republican Star or Eastern Shore General Advertiser (Easton, MD). June 18, 1811.
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