Connecticut 1792 Council of Assistants

Office:
Council of Assistants (State)
Title:
Councillor
Jurisdiction:
State
Label:
Connecticut 1792 Council of Assistants
Date:
1792
State:
Connecticut
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
Council of Assistants/Councillor
Candidates:
Benjamin Huntington, Stephen M. Mitchell, John Treadwell, Joseph P. Cooke, Heman Swift, William Hillhouse, William Williams, Roger Newbury, John Chandler, Jonathan Ingersoll, James Davenport, Tapping Reeve, Thomas Grosvenor, Asher Miller, Zephaniah Swift, Thomas Seymour, James Wadsworth, Amasa Learned
Candidates: Benjamin Huntington[1]Stephen M. Mitchell[2]John Treadwell[3]Joseph P. Cooke[4]Heman Swift[5]William Hillhouse[6]William Williams[7]Roger Newbury[8]John Chandler[9]Jonathan Ingersoll[10]James Davenport[11]Tapping Reeve[12]Thomas GrosvenorAsher MillerZephaniah SwiftThomas SeymourJames WadsworthAmasa Learned
Affiliation:FederalistFederalistFederalist
Final Result: [13]35443473326732013201318731282896284226922604234122161888162115791462472

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]Elected.
[3]Elected.
[4]Elected.
[5]Elected.
[6]Elected.
[7]Elected.
[8]Elected.
[9]Elected.
[10]Elected.
[11]Elected.
[12]Elected.
[13]The Middlesex Gazette (Middletown, CT) lists Benjamin Huntington with 3500 votes, John Treadwell with 3253 votes, Joseph P. Cooke with 3205 votes and Tapping Reeve with 2319 votes.

References:

Middlesex Gazette (Middletown, CT). May 12, 1792.
The Monitor (Litchfield, CT). May 16, 1792.

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