Connecticut 1802 U.S. House of Representatives, Nomination

Office:
U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
Title:
U.S. Congressman
Jurisdiction:
Federal
Label:
Connecticut 1802 U.S. House of Representatives, Nomination
Date:
1802
State:
Connecticut
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Candidates:
John C. Smith, Simeon Baldwin, Roger Griswold, Benjamin Talmadge, Elias Perkins, Samuel W. Dana, Calvin Goddard, Jonathan Davenport, Jr., Timothy Pitkin, Jr., Jonathan Moseley, Epaphroditus Champion, Lewis B. Sturges, Theodore Dwight, John Caldwell, William Hart, Nathaniel Rossiter, Sylvester Gilbert, Samuel B. Sherwood, Asa Spalding, Elisha Hyde, Samuel W. Johnson, Rufus Hitchcock, Hezekiah Huntingdon, Roswell Judson, Ebenezer Devotion, John Welch, Elijah Broadman, Amos Palmer, Taylor Sherman, Daniel Tilden, Thomas Lyman, Elijah Munson, Aaron Olmsted, Samuel Whittlesey, John T. Peters, Joshua Stow, Latham Hull, Nathaniel Palmer
Candidates: John C. Smith[1]Simeon Baldwin[2]Roger Griswold[3]Benjamin Talmadge[4]Elias Perkins[5]Samuel W. Dana[6]Calvin Goddard[7]Jonathan Davenport, Jr.[8]Timothy Pitkin, Jr.[9]Jonathan Moseley[10]Epaphroditus Champion[11]Lewis B. Sturges[12]Theodore Dwight[13]John Caldwell[14]William Hart[15]Nathaniel Rossiter[16]Sylvester Gilbert[17]Samuel B. Sherwood[18]Asa SpaldingElisha HydeSamuel W. JohnsonRufus HitchcockHezekiah HuntingdonRoswell JudsonEbenezer DevotionJohn WelchElijah BroadmanAmos PalmerTaylor ShermanDaniel TildenThomas LymanElijah MunsonAaron OlmstedSamuel WhittleseyJohn T. PetersJoshua StowLatham HullNathaniel Palmer
Affiliation:FederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistFederalistRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublicanRepublican
Final Result: [19][20][21][22][23][24]75767526748474627457735571497047697367636734658464636380601057785740555138633860381138063798377137643760375637243720369236483645362635413434310713925
Fairfield County--------------------------------------
Hartford County--------------------------------------
Litchfield County--------------------------------------
Town of Litchfield[25]128-----------------97-------------------
Middlesex County--------------------------------------
New Haven County--------------------------------------
City of New Haven[26]159159159159159159159159159159159159159159159159159159868686868686868686868686868686868686--
New London County--------------------------------------
Town of Stonington--21-228----10-------163179167173149171-1641622081621721491701758313512013925
Tolland County--------------------------------------
Windham County--------------------------------------

Notes:

[1]Nominated.
[2]Nominated.
[3]Nominated.
[4]Nominated.
[5]Nominated.
[6]Nominated.
[7]Nominated.
[8]Nominated.
[9]Nominated.
[10]Nominated.
[11]Nominated.
[12]Nominated.
[13]Nominated.
[14]Nominated.
[15]Nominated.
[16]Nominated.
[17]Nominated.
[18]Nominated.
[19]Latham Hull and Nathaniel Palmer were Republicans, nominated by the Federalists.
[20]The Connecticut Gazette, and the Commercial Intelligencer (New London, CT) lists Samuel W. Johnson with 3711 votes, Roswell Judson with 3706 votes and John T. Peters with 3483 votes.
[21]The Windham Herald (Windham, CT) lists Samuel W. Johnson with 3611 votes, Roswell Judson with 3706 votes and John T. Peters with 3484 votes.
[22]The Courier (Norwich, CT) lists Samuel W. Johnson with 3711 votes, Roswell Judson with 3706 votes and John T. Peters with 3484 votes.
[23]The Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT), Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT) and Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT) list John Davenport, Jr. with 7040 votes and Asa Spaulding with 3865 votes.
[24]The New-York Herald (New York, NY), New-York Evening Post (New York, NY) and National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC) list Roswell Judson with 3706 votes and John T. Peters with 3484 votes.
[25]"For Congress, the highest federal vote 128; highest democratic 97." The Monitor (Litchfield, CT). April 14, 1802.
[26]The Patriot, or, Scourge of Aristocracy (Stonington-Port, CT) and Republican Ledger, and Portsmouth Price Current (Portsmouth, NH) list the Federal ticket with 75 votes.

References:

The Monitor (Litchfield, CT). April 14, 1802.
Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). April 15, 1802.
The Patriot, or, Scourge of Aristocracy (Stonington-Port, CT). April 16, 1802.
Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT). April 19, 1802.
Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT). April 20, 1802.
The Aurora. General Advertiser (Philadelphia, PA). April 22, 1802.
The Patriot, or, Scourge of Aristocracy (Stonington-Port, CT). April 23, 1802.
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC). April 26, 1802.
Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT). April 27, 1802.
Republican Ledger, and Portsmouth Price Current (Portsmouth, NH). May 4, 1802.
New-York Evening Post (New York, NY). May 22, 1802.
Connecticut Courant (Hartford, CT). May 24, 1802.
Connecticut Gazette, and the Commercial Intelligencer (New London, CT). May 26, 1802.
The Courier (Norwich, CT). May 26, 1802.
New-York Herald (New York, NY). May 26, 1802.
Connecticut Journal (New Haven, CT). May 27, 1802.
Windham Herald (Windham, CT). May 27, 1802.
National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser (Washington, DC). May 28, 1802.
Connecticut Centinel (Norwich, CT). June 1, 1802.
Connecticut Gazette, and the Commercial Intelligencer (New London, CT). October 27, 1802.

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