1792 President of the United States, Electoral College

Office:
President of the United States (Federal)
Title:
President of the United States
Jurisdiction:
Federal
Label:
1792 President of the United States, Electoral College
Date:
1792
State:
Electoral College
Type:
Legislative
Iteration:
First Ballot
Office/Role:
President of the United States/President of the United States
Candidates:
George Washington, John Adams, George Clinton, Thomas Jefferson, Aaron Burr
Candidates: George Washington[1]John Adams[2]George ClintonThomas JeffersonAaron Burr
Affiliation:FederalistFederalistRepublicanRepublicanRepublican
Final Result: 132775041
Connecticut99---
David Austin11---
John Davenport, Jr.11---
Sylvester Gilbert11---
Thomas Grosvenor11---
Elijah Hubbard11---
Samuel Huntington11---
Thomas Seymour11---
Marvin Wait11---
Oliver Wolcott11---
Delaware33---
Gunning Bedford11---
James Sykes11---
William Hill Wells11---
Georgia4-4--
William Gibbons1-1--
Seaborn Jones1-1--
John King1-1--
Benjamin Taliaferro1-1--
Kentucky4--4-
Richard C. Anderson1--1-
Notley Conn1--1-
Benjamin Logan1--1-
Charles Scott1--1-
Maryland88---
Alexander C. Hanson11---
John Edgar Howard11---
Samuel Hughes[3]-----
Thomas Sim Lee11---
Richard Potts11---
William Richardson11---
John Sency11---
William Smith[4]-----
Levin Winder11---
Donaldson Yates11---
Massachusetts1616---
Daniel Cony11---
Francis Dana11---
Thomas Dawes11---
Dwight Foster11---
Solomon Freeman11---
Moses Gill11---
Samuel Holten11---
Ebenezer Mattoon, Jr.11---
Azor Orne11---
William Sever11---
William Shepard11---
Thomas J. Skinner11---
Walter Spooner11---
Increase Sumner11---
Peleg Wadsworth11---
Nathaniel Wells11---
New Hampshire66---
Josiah Bartlett11---
Benjamin Bellows11---
Jonathan Freeman11---
John T. Gilman11---
John Pickering11---
Ebenezer Thompson11---
New Jersey77---
Joseph Bloomfield11---
Franklin Davenport11---
Samuel Dick11---
Thomas H. Sanderson11---
Richard Stockton11---
Aaron D. Woodruff11---
John W. Vancleve11---
New York7-7--
John Bay1-1--
Johannes Bruyn1-1--
Samuel Clark1-1--
William Floyd1-1--
Samuel Osgood1-1--
Edward Savage1-1--
Abraham Ten Eyck1-1--
David Van Ness1-1--
Volkert Veeder1-1--
Stephen Ward1-1--
Jesse Woodhull1-1--
Abraham Yates, Jr.1-1--
Pennsylvania[5]15141--
John Boyd1----
Thomas Bull1----
Robert Coleman1----
Cornileus Coxe1----
Robert Hare1----
William Henry1----
Jospeh Huster1----
Robert Johnston1----
George Latimer1----
Hugh Lloyd1----
Thomas MacKean1----
Henry Miller1----
James Morris1----
David Stewart1----
John Wilkins, Jr.1----
Rhode Island44---
George Champlin11---
Arthur Fenner11---
William Greene11---
Samuel J. Potter11---
South Carolina[6]87--1
Robert Anderson1----
John Barnwell1----
John Chesnut1----
John Hunter1----
Andrew Pickens1----
Charles Cotesworth Pickney1----
John Julius Pringle1----
Edward Rutledge1----
Vermont[7]33---
Paul Brigham-----
Lemuel Chipman-----
Lot Hall-----
Samuel Hitchcock-----
Virginia21-21--
Maxwell Armstrong1-1--
Michael Bailey1-1--
John Bowyer1-1--
Daniel C. Brent1-1--
William O. Callis1-1--
George Carrington1-1--
Thomas Claiborne1-1--
John Dawson1-1--
John Early1-1--
Moses Hunter1-1--
Catesby Jones1-1--
Elias Langham1-1--
Stephen T. Mason1-1--
James Murdough1-1--
John Pride1-1--
John Roane, Jr.1-1--
Archibald Stuart1-1--
Claiborne Watkins1-1--
Nathaniel Wilkinson1-1--
John Wise1-1--
Tarlton Woodson1-1--

Notes:

[1]Elected.
[2]Elected.
[3]Samuel Hughes was not present when the Electoral College met and voted.
[4]William Smith was not present when the Electoral College met and voted.
[5]One of the Pennsylvania electors cast their second vote for George Clinton. There is no known record of which elector it was.
[6]One of the electors in South Carolina cast their second vote for Aaron Burr. There is no known record of which elector it was.
[7]One of the electors from Vermont did not cast votes. There is no known record of which elector it was.

References:

United States' Telegraph Extra (Washington, DC). January 24, 1829.
National Archives and Records Administration. http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/votes/1789_1821.html

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