New York 1815 U.S. House of Representatives, District 12, Special

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1815 U.S. House of Representatives, District 12, Special
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Asa Adgate, Elisha J. Winter, Benjamin Mooers, Samuel Murdock, Gates Hoit, David Russell, John Reid, Michael Harris, James Stevenson, Roswell Weston, Benjamin Knower, Benjamin Smith, Guert Van Schoonhoven, Ezra C. Gross, Reuben Sanford, Alban Mann, David Allen, Abraham Van Vetchen, Rapl Hascall, Henry J. Frey, Henry C. Martindale, Asa Northum, John Robinson, John Dobbin, Artemus Aldridge
Candidates: Asa Adgate[1]Elisha J. WinterBenjamin MooersSamuel MurdockGates HoitDavid RussellJohn ReidMichael HarrisJames StevensonRoswell WestonBenjamin KnowerBenjamin SmithGuert Van SchoonhovenEzra C. GrossReuben SanfordAlban MannDavid AllenAbraham Van VetchenRapl HascallHenry J. FreyHenry C. MartindaleAsa NorthumJohn RobinsonJohn DobbinArtemus Aldridge
Final Result: [2]42474051454433333222211111111111
District of Twelve42474051454433333111111111111111
Clinton County58841345-3--------------------
Town of Peru15673-----------------------
Town of Plattsburgh301134-----------------------
Essex County777484-4----------1----------
Franklin County151268--1-----1111-1---------
Warren County649365-----------------------
Washington County20822521---333331111--111111111


[2]The only two announced candidates were Asa Adgate and Elisha J. Winter. All the other individuals receiving votes except Alban Mann, were candidates for either Assembly or State Senate.


Plattsburgh Republican (Plattsburgh, NY). April 29, 1815.
Plattsburgh Republican (Plattsburgh, NY). May 6, 1815.
Plattsburgh Republican (Plattsburgh, NY). May 13, 1815.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). June 3, 1815.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). June 13, 1815.

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