Ohio 1805 State Senate, Franklin, Highland and Ross Counties, Special

Office:
State Senate (State)
Title:
State Senator
Jurisdiction:
State
Label:
Ohio 1805 State Senate, Franklin, Highland and Ross Counties, Special
Date:
1805
State:
Ohio
Type:
Special
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
State Senate/State Senator
Candidates:
Duncan MacArthur, James Denny
Candidates: Duncan MacArthur[1]James Denny
Affiliation:
Final Result: [2][3]465285
District of Franklin, Highland and Ross465285
Franklin County1035
Franklin[4]1035
Highland County6548
Fairfield[5]617
Liberty-31
New Market59-
Ross County390202
Colerane[6]29-
Concord[7]235
Jefferson41-
Paxton364
Pe Pee614
Pickaway458
Salt-lick[8]3318
Scioto9980
Twin44-
Union741
Wayne122

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]This was a special election held to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William Patton.
[3]A number of returns from various townships were "illegally made" and not officially counted. Without those townships, the totals are: Duncan MacArthur, 364 votes and James Denny, 210 votes.
[4]"The returns [from the township] being illegally made were not received." The Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH). November 28, 1805.
[5]"The returns [from the township] being illegally made were not received." The Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH). November 28, 1805.
[6]"The returns [from the township] being illegally made were not received." The Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH). November 28, 1805.
[7]"The returns [from the township] being illegally made were not received." The Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH). November 28, 1805.
[8]"The returns [from the township] being illegally made were not received." The Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH). November 28, 1805.

References:

The Scioto Gazette (Chillicothe, OH). November 28, 1805.

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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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