Maine 1820 Electoral College, District 6

Electoral College (Federal)
Maine 1820 Electoral College, District 6
First Ballot
Electoral College/Elector
Josiah Prescott, Joshua Cushman, Thomas Rice, scattering
Electors: Josiah Prescott[1][2]Joshua CushmanThomas Ricescattering
Presidential Candidate:James Monroe
Final Result: [3]524--33
District of Six52433--
Kennebec County----
Town of Belgrade----
Town of China----
Town of Clinton----
Town of Dearborn----
Town of Fairfax----
Town of Freedom----
Town of Freeman----
Town of Harlem----
Town of Joy----
Town of Mount Vernon----
Town of Rome----
Town of Sidney----
Town of Unity----
Town of Vassalborough----
Town of Vienna----
Town of Waterville3211-
Town of Windslow----
Somerset County----
Town of Anson----
Town of Athens----
Town of Avon----
Town of Bingham----
Town of Bloomfield----
Town of Canaan----
Town of Chesterville----
Town of Corinna----
Town of Cornville----
Town of Embden----
Town of Fairfield----
Town of Farmington----
Town of Harmony----
Town of Hartland----
Town of Industry----
Town of Kingfield----
Town of Madison----
Town of Mercer----
Town of Moscow----
Town of New Portland----
Town of New Sharon----
Town of New Vineyard----
Town of Norridgewock----
Town of North Hill----
Town of Palmyra----
Town of Phillips----
Town of Ripley----
Town of Saint Albans----
Town of Solon----
Town of Starks----
Town of Strong----
Town of Temple----
Town of Warsaw----
Town of Wilton----


[1]Of Farmington.
[3]Joshua Cushman was a candidate for U.S. House of Representatives.


Original Election Returns. Maine State Library, Augusta.
Register of the Maine Governor's Council, Vol. I. 21-22.
Hancock Gazette (Belfast, ME). October 28, 1820.
Bangor Register (Bangor, ME). November 2, 1820.
American Advocate and Kennebec Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). November 18, 1820.
American Advocate and Kennebec Advertiser (Hallowell, ME). December 2, 1820.
Hallowell Gazette (Hallowell, ME). December 6, 1820.
Giveen, Clement M., ed. A Chronology of Municipal and Election Statistics, Waterville, Maine. Augusta, ME: Maine Farmer Press, 1908. 75.

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