Adam Comstock, John Woodworth, and John Veeder ran from the Eastern District, DeWitt Clinton, William Denning, and Ezra L'Hommedieu from the Southern District, Henry Huntington and John Nicholas from the Western District, and Robert Johnston and James G. Graham from the Middle District.
"Ninety eight members were present. The Speaker did not vote. Brayton of Oneida, and Cooper of your city [New York City] were absent, both good. The opposition, if it may be so called, had no ticket. A few voted with us, because we were so strong as to render resistance idle. I congratulate our friends on this event: it is of immense consequence." American Citizen (New York, NY). February 5, 1806.
"The Assembly consists of 100 members, of whom 12 are Federalists." Suffolk Gazette (Sag Harbor, NY). February 17, 1806.
The Farmer's Register, February 11, lists 75 votes for Adam Comstock and 3 votes for Ezra L'Hommedieu.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY), February 4, and The Albany Centinel (Albany, NY), February 4, list 22 votes for James G. Graham.
The Poughkeepsie Journal, and Constitutional Republican (Poughkeepsie, NY), February 11, lists 5 votes for Ezra L'Hommedieu.
Journal of the New York Assembly, 1806. 29-31.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). February 4, 1806.
American Citizen (New York, NY). February 5, 1806.
Republican Watch-Tower (New York, NY). February 7, 1806.
Farmers' Register (Lansingburgh, NY). February 11, 1806.
Poughkeepsie Journal, and Constitutional Republican (Poughkeepsie, NY). February 11, 1806.
Suffolk Gazette (Sag Harbor, NY). February 17, 1806.
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