New York 1821 U.S. House of Representatives, District 21

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1821 U.S. House of Representatives, District 21
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Elijah Spencer, Nathaniel Allen, Daniel W. Lewis, Nathaniel Rochester, Roswell Hart, Albert H. Tracy, Henry Seymour, James MacCall, Nathaniel Wager
Candidates: Elijah Spencer[1]Nathaniel AllenDaniel W. LewisNathaniel RochesterRoswell HartAlbert H. TracyHenry SeymourJames MacCallNathaniel Wager
Final Result: 47984692159921111
District of Twenty One47984692159921111
Monroe County16331557-92111-
Town of Brighton132125-------
Town of Clarkson86114-------
Town of Gates126147-------
Town of Henrietta157146-------
Town of Mendon16096-------
Town of Ogden12477-------
Town of Parma15648-------
Town of Penfield94302-------
Town of Perinton11196-------
Town of Pittsford6294-------
Town of Riga196150-------
Town of Rush4118-------
Town of Sweden9895-------
Town of Wheatland9049-------
Ontario County[2]31653135159-----1
Town of Benton305101-------
Town of Bloomfield116358-------
Town of Bristol81170-------
Town of Canandaigua1873363------
Town of Farmington166142-------
Town of Gorham23219327------
Town of Italy5244-------
Town of Jerusalem18632-------
Town of Lyons2041322------
Town of Middlesex1874732------
Town of Milo140118-------
Town of Naples5793-------
Town of Ontario145111-------
Town of Palmyra1032031------
Town of Phelps3193601------
Town of Richmond83265-------
Town of Seneca23316074------
Town of Sodue144586------
Town of Victor1311151------
Town of Williamson949712------


[2]The Albany Argus (Albany, NY) lists 160 votes for Daniel W. Lewis.


Rochester Telegraph (Rochester, NY). May 8, 1821.
Ontario Repository (Canandaigua, NY). May 8, 1821.
Geneva Palladium (Geneva, NY). May 9, 1821.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). May 25, 1821.
The Albany Argus (Albany, NY). May 29, 1821.
Original Manuscript of New York Assembly Elections. Michael J. Dubin.

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