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1791 Connecticuts at-large congressional district special election

Amasa Learned was elected September 19, 1791 in Connecticuts at-large congressional district to finish the term of Roger Sherman. Sherman had been re-elected in 1790, but resigned June 13, 1791 to become U.S. Senator.

1791 United States House of Representatives elections in Georgia

Georgia switched to a conventional district system for the Second Congress. At the time, the districts were not numbered, but are retroactively renumbered as the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd respectively here.

1791 Marylands 3rd congressional district special election

A special election was held in Marylands 3rd congressional district to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of William Pinkney due to questions of ineligibility due to his residence

1791 United States House of Representatives election in New Jersey

New Jersey switched to a conventional district system for the Second Congress. At the time, the districts were not numbered, but are retroactively renumbered as the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd respectively here.

1791 New Yorks 1st congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Yorks 1st congressional district April 26-28, 1791 to fill a vacancy left by the death of Representative-elect James Townsend on May 24, 1790, before the first meeting of the 2nd Congress Townsend defeated incum ...

1791 United States House of Representatives elections in North Carolina

Due to the cession of North Carolinas trans-Appalachian territory to form the Southwest Territory, the territory of the old 5th district was lost. North Carolina retained the same number of Representatives, and so it redistricted for the Second C ...

1791 United States House of Representatives elections in Pennsylvania

Six Pro-Administration and two Anti-Administration Representatives had been elected on an at-large basis in the previous election. The elections in Pennsylvania were the last elections held for the 2nd Congress, out of the states that were in the ...

1791 United States House of Representatives elections in Vermont

Vermont was admitted at the end of the First Congress, with the admission taking effect at the start of the Second Congress. Vermont was entitled to elect two representatives. Vermont law at the time required a majority to win an office. In the 1 ...

1792 and 1793 United States House of Representatives elections

Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 3rd Congress were held in 1792 and 1793, coinciding with the re-election of George Washington as President. While Washington ran for president as an independent, his followers formed ...

1792 United States House of Representatives election in Connecticut

Connecticut gained two seats in reapportionment following the 1790 census. Followed by three special elections in the elections of 1792 in Connecticut after elected representatives Sturgis and Huntington resigned before the Congress, and Mitchell ...

1792 United States House of Representatives election in Delaware

The Delaware United States House election for 1792 was held on October 2, 1792. The former Continental Congressman John Vining chose not to run for reelection and was followed by John Patten.

1792 United States House of Representatives election in Georgia

Following the 1790 census, Georgias apportionment was decreased from 3 seats to 2. Georgia switched from separate districts to at-large seats.

1792 Georgias 1st congressional district special election

A special election was held in Georgias 1st congressional district on July 9, 1792 to fill a vacancy caused by the House Committee on Elections finding on March 21, 1792 that electoral fraud had been involved in Anthony Waynes election in 1791. H ...

1792 United States House of Representatives elections in Maryland

Maryland increased from 6 to 8 representatives after the 1790 census. The previous mixed district/at-large system was replaced with a conventional district system.

1792–1793 United States House of Representatives elections in Massachusetts

Following the 1790 Census, Massachusettss representation increased from eight to fourteen Representatives and was redistricted into four plural districts, plus a single at-large district. The 4th district covered the District of Maine. The plural ...

1792 United States House of Representatives election in New Jersey

New Jersey increased from 3 seats to 4 seats after the 1790 census. After the census of 1790, the new distribution of Shirts increased from 4 to 5 seats.

1792 United States House of Representatives election in Pennsylvania

Eight representatives, 4 Pro-Administration and 4 Anti-Administration, had been elected in the previous election. In the previous election, Pennsylvania had been divided into 8 districts. Five additional seats had been apportioned to Pennsylvania ...

1792 United States House of Representatives election in Rhode Island

Rhode Island gained a second representative from the results of the 1790 census. Rhode Island did not divide itself into districts, but elected two at-large representatives.

1791 United States Senate election in New York

The 1791 United States Senate election in New York was held on January 19, 1791 by the New York State Legislature to elect a U.S. Senator to represent the State of New York in the United States Senate.

1792 United States Senate special election in Virginia

The United States Senate elections of 1792 and 1793 were elections of United States Senators that coincided with President George Washingtons unanimous re-election. In these elections, terms were up for the ten senators in class 2. Formally organ ...

1793 Marylands 2nd congressional district special election

A special election was held in Marylands 2nd congressional district on January 7, 1793 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Joshua Seney on December 6, 1792 to accept a judicial appointment.

1793 Connecticuts at-large congressional district special elections

Three special elections were held in Connecticuts at-large congressional district in 1793 to fill vacancies caused by the resignation, prior to the start of the 3rd Congress, of three Representatives-elect.

1793 United States House of Representatives elections in New York

The 1793 United States House of Representatives elections in New York were held in January 1793, to elect 10 U.S. Representatives to represent the State of New York in the United States House of Representatives.

1793 United States House of Representatives elections in Vermont

Vermont had no apportionment in the House of Representatives before 1790 census because it was not admitted to the Union until 1791. Vermonts election laws at the time required a majority to win election to the House of Representatives. If no can ...

1793 United States House of Representatives elections in Virginia

Virginia gained nine representatives from the 1790 census, and in addition, the old 2nd district was lost after its territory became the new State of Kentucky. There were, therefore, ten new districts created for the 3rd Congress.

1794 and 1795 United States House of Representatives elections

Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 4th Congress were held on various dates in each state between August 25, 1794, and September 5, 1795. The election was held during President George Washingtons second term. The voter ...

1794 Marylands 2nd congressional district special election

A special election was held in Marylands 2nd congressional district on May 5, 1794 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of John Francis Mercer on April 13, 1794

1794 Marylands 3rd congressional district special election

A special election was held in Marylands 3rd congressional district on December 8, 1794 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Uriah Forrest on November 8 of the same year.

1794–1795 United States House of Representatives elections in Massachusetts

Only eight of the 14 Massachusetts incumbents were re-elected. Massachusetts was attached to another district between 3-th and 4-th Congress, being divided into 14 districts. 12-th - 14-th district to the district of Maine and modern Maine. The m ...

1794 United States House of Representatives election in New Hampshire

Three of the four New Hampshire incumbents were re-elected. According to the law of new Hampshire by a majority of votes 12.5% of the votes was required for election. Only three candidates had a majority, and therefore round of elections was held ...

1794 United States House of Representatives elections in New York

The 1794 United States House of Representatives elections in New York were held on December 12, 1794, to elect ten U.S. Representatives to represent the State of New York in the United States House of Representatives of the 4th United States Cong ...

1794 United States House of Representatives elections in Pennsylvania

Thirteen Representatives, 8 Anti-Administration Democratic-Republican and 5 Pro-Administration Federalist, had been elected in the previous election on an at-large basis, the last time that Pennsylvania elected all of its representatives at-large ...

1794 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina

Only one of the five South Carolina incumbents were re-elected. Electoral data is available only for the 1st and 5th district of South Carolina 6 districts during the elections of 1794.

1794 South Carolinas 5th congressional district special election

A special election was held in South Carolinas 5th congressional district on October 13–14, 1794 to fill a vacancy left by the death of Alexander Gillon on October 6, 1794.

1794–1795 United States House of Representatives elections in Vermont

Only one of the two Vermont incumbents was re-elected. The law of Vermont, the required majority for election to the Congress, with a second election if the first did not return a majority. Runoff elections were required in both districts.

1793 United States Senate election in Pennsylvania

The 1793 United States Senate election in Pennsylvania was held on February 28, 1793. Albert Gallatin was elected by the Pennsylvania General Assembly to the United States Senate.

1794 United States Senate special elections in Virginia

The United States Senate elections of 1794 and 1795 were elections that had the formation of organized political parties in the United States, with the Federalist Party emerging from the Pro Administration coalition, and the Democratic-Republican ...

1794 United States Senate special election in Pennsylvania

The 1794 United States Senate special election in Pennsylvania was held on March 31, 1794. James Ross was elected by the Pennsylvania General Assembly to the United States Senate.

1795 New Jerseys at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Jerseys at-large congressional district on January 11, 1795 to fill a vacancy in the Third Congress left by the death of Abraham Clark on September 15, 1794.

1795 Connecticuts at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in Connecticuts at-large congressional district on April 13, 1795, to fill a vacancy left by Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. s election to the Senate.

1795 North Carolinas 4th congressional district special election

A special election was held in North Carolinas 4th congressional district on August 4, 1795 to fill a vacancy left by the death of Alexander Mebane on July 5, 1795, before the start of the 1st session of the 4th Congress.

1795 South Carolinas 2nd congressional district special election

A special election was held in South Carolinas 2nd congressional district January 19-20, 1795 to fill a vacancy left by Representative-election John Barnwell declining to serve the term for which hed been elected.

1796 Marylands 3rd congressional district special election

Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 5th Congress took place in the various states took place between August 12, 1796, and October 15, 1797. The first session was convened on May 15, 1797, at the proclamation of the new ...

1796 Rhode Islands at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in Rhode Islands at-large congressional district on November 15, 1796 to fill a vacancy left in both the 4th and 5th Congresses by the resignation of Benjamin Bourne.

1796 Marylands 2nd congressional district special election

A special election was held in Marylands 2nd congressional district on April 18, 1796 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Gabriel Duvall on March 28, 1796.

1796 Massachusettss 1st congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 1st congressional district on September 5, 1796 and November 21, 1796 to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Theodore Sedgwick upon his election to the Senate

1796 Massachusettss 10th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 10th congressional district on August 1, 1796 and September 12, 1796 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Benjamin Goodhue in June, 1796. Goodhue had resigned upon being elected to the Senate.

1796 United States House of Representatives election in New Hampshire

In 1796, New Hampshire had a single at-large district with 4 seats. Each voter cast 4 votes and a majority of voters was required to be elected. Since only three candidates received a majority, a run-off was held between the candidates in fourth ...

1796 United States House of Representatives elections in New York

The 1796 United States House of Representatives elections in New York were held on December 15, 1796 to elect ten U.S. Representatives to represent the State of New York in the United States House of Representatives of the 5th United States Congress.

1796 North Carolinas 4th congressional district special election

A special election was held in North Carolinas 4th congressional district on November 23, 1796 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Absalom Tatom on June 1, 1796. Tatom had, himself, been elected in a special election the previous year.