In response to the U.S. Congress Republican caucus endorsement of William H. Crawford for President, the Virginia State Republican caucus met to consider their endorsement on February 21, 1824. The votes cast by the Republican caucus endorsing Crawford were non-binding because the Virginian electoral delegation was chosen by a state-wide popular vote in 1824.
"Agreeably to invitation, the Members of the two branches of the Virginia Legislature convened on Saturday Evening 7 o'clock, for the purpose of forming an Electoral Ticket. ... The Secretary having called over the names and registered the votes, they were ascertained to stand thus, for President." Fincastle Mirror (Fincastle, VA). March 5, 1824.
The United States Gazette (Philadelphia, PA). March 1, 1824.
Milton Gazette and Roanoke Advertiser (Milton, NC). March 4, 1824.
Fincastle Mirror (Fincastle, VA). March 5, 1824.
Georgia Journal (Milledgeville, GA). March 9, 1824.
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