New York 1803 U.S. House of Representatives, District 6, Special

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
New York 1803 U.S. House of Representatives, District 6, Special
New York
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
Daniel C. Verplanck, Benjamin Akin, Thomas Quinlan, Samuel A. Barker, Stephen Barnum, William Colgrove, James Holmes, Gilbert Livingston, James MacLees, Josiah Sherman, Philip Spencer, Jr., William D. Williams
Candidates: Daniel C. Verplanck[1]Benjamin AkinThomas QuinlanSamuel A. BarkerStephen BarnumWilliam ColgroveJames HolmesGilbert LivingstonJames MacLeesJosiah ShermanPhilip Spencer, Jr.William D. Williams
Final Result: [2]8116012111111111
District of Six8116012111111111
Dutchess County8116012111111111
Town of Amenia4843--------1-
Town of Beekman20172----11--1
Town of Carmel861----------
Town of Clinton[3]1874----------
Town of Fishkill15218----------
Town of Franklin371-11-------
Town of Frederick442----------
Town of Northeast2974----------
Town of Pawling3870---1---1--
Town of Phillips558----------
Town of Poughkeepsie14867----------
Town of Rhinebeck8275----------
Town of Southeast1230----------
Town of Stanford3932----1-----
Town of Washington389----------


[2]"The following is the return of votes taken at the late Election for a member of the House of Representatives of the United States to fill the vacant seat of the late Judge Bloom." Poughkeepsie Journal, and Constitutional Republican (Poughkeepsie, NY). September 27, 1803.
[3]The Poughkeepsie Journal, and Constitutional Republican (Poughkeepsie, NY) lists 76 votes for Benjamin Akin.


Poughkeepsie Journal, and Constitutional Republican (Poughkeepsie, NY). September 27, 1803.
The Albany Register (Albany, NY). October 11, 1803.

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