North Carolina 1806 U.S. House of Representatives, District 7
- U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
- U.S. Congressman
- North Carolina 1806 U.S. House of Representatives, District 7
- North Carolina
- First Ballot
- U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
- John Culpepper, Duncan MacFarland, John Hay, James Sanders
|Candidates:||John Culpepper||Duncan MacFarland||John Hay||James Sanders|
|Final Result: ||2750||2701||214||58|
|District of Seven||2750||2701||214||58|
John Culpepper was declared the winner and took his seat in the House of Representatives. On January 2, 1808, in response to a petition of Duncan MacFarland contesting the results of the election, Culpepper was removed from the House and his seat was ordered vacated until a new election could be held.
The Federal Gazette and Baltimore Daily Advertiser lists John Hay with 7 votes.
The North-Carolina Journal (Halifax, NC) lists John Hay with 6 votes.
Original Election Certificate. State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh.
Legislative Papers. Original Election Certificate. State Archives of North Carolina, Raleigh.
North-Carolina Intelligencer, and Fayetteville Advertiser (Fayetteville, NC). August 16, 1806.
The North-Carolina Journal (Halifax, NC). August 18, 1806.
The Minerva (Raleigh, NC). August 25, 1806.
Raleigh Register, and North-Carolina State Gazette (Raleigh, NC). August 25, 1806.
Raleigh Register, and North-Carolina State Gazette (Raleigh, NC). September 1, 1806.
The Enquirer (Richmond, VA). September 2, 1806.
Federal Gazette and Baltimore Daily Advertiser (Baltimore, MD). September 6, 1806.
The North-Carolina Journal (Halifax, NC). September 8, 1806.
Hinshaw, Seth Beeson, ed. North Carolina Election Returns 1790-1866: Covering the Races for President, Governor and U.S. House. 1992. State Library of North Carolina, Raleigh.
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