New York 1824 Assembly, Greene County

Office:
Assembly (State)
Title:
Assemblyman
Jurisdiction:
State
Label:
New York 1824 Assembly, Greene County
Date:
1824
State:
New York
Type:
General
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
Assembly/Assemblyman
Candidates:
Gilbert Bedell, Alvin Bushnell, Tunis P. Van Slyck, Isaac Van Loan, Daniel Bloomer, Henry Ashley, Isaac Bloomer, Ira T. Day, William W. Edwards, Samuel Young
Candidates: Gilbert BedellAlvin BushnellTunis P. Van SlyckIsaac Van LoanDaniel BloomerHenry AshleyIsaac BloomerIra T. DayWilliam W. EdwardsSamuel Young
Affiliation:DemocratDemocratPeople's TicketIndependentPeople's Ticket
Final Result: [1][2][3]154614191161116051411111
Greene County[4][5]154714191161116051411111
Town of Athens71691129617-----
Town of Cairo176167841015-----
Town of Catskill18115613233643-----
Town of Coxsackie14513716312939-----
Town of Durham23723517116112-----
Town of Greenville19119113532105-----
Town of Hunter36356352118-----
Town of Lexington2101305149116-----
Town of New Baltimore185179752358-----
Town of Windham1141201721811-----

Notes:

[1]Supporters of DeWitt Clinton were known under several labels. While the older Clintonian / Federalist was still used, many were listed and ran as candidates of the People's Party with others favoring the term of Anti-Caucus. Those in opposition to DeWitt Clinton, although mainly Republicans were in this election also being referred to as King Caucus candidates and often called Bucktails.
[2]Isaac Bloomer is an amagalmation of two candidates.
[3]Henry Ashley was a candidate for Congress. Samuel Young was a candidate for Governor.
[4]Gilbert Bedell received 1 vote as G. Bedell.
[5]Tunis P. Van Slyck received 3 votes as Tunis Van Slyck.

References:

Catskill Recorder (Catskill, NY). November 12, 1824.
Catskill Recorder (Catskill, NY). November 19, 1824.

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Phil's original notebook pages that were used to compile this election. These notes are considered a draft of the electronic version. Therefore, the numbers may not match. To verify numbers you will need to check the original sources cited. Some original source material is available at the American Antiquarian Society).

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