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1786 Vermont Republic gubernatorial election

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1786 Vermont Republic gubernatorial election

← 1785 October 12, 1786 (1786-10-12) 1787 →
 
ThomasChittenden.png
Nominee Thomas Chittenden
Party No party affiliation

Governor before election

Thomas Chittenden
No party affiliation

Elected Governor

Thomas Chittenden
No party affiliation

The 1786 Vermont Republic gubernatorial election took place throughout September, and resulted in the re-election of Thomas Chittenden to a one-year term.[1]

The Vermont General Assembly met in Rutland on October 12.[1] The Vermont House of Representatives appointed a committee to examine the votes of the freemen of Vermont for governor, lieutenant governor, treasurer, and members of the governor's council.[1] In the race for governor, Thomas Chittenden was re-elected to a one-year term, his ninth.[1]

In the election for lieutenant governor, no candidate received a majority.[1] As required by the Vermont Constitution, the Vermont General Assembly convened on October 13 to make a choice.[1] The balloting by the Assembly resulted in the selection of Paul Spooner for a fifth one-year term.[1] Spooner subsequently declined the office.[1] On October 14, the General Assembly selected Joseph Marsh, who began performing the duties in February 1787.[1]

The election for treasurer also resulted in no candidate obtaining a majority.[1] As with the lieutenant governor's office, the Vermont Constitution required the General Assembly to choose.[1] On October 13, the Assembly chose Samuel Mattocks for treasurer, the first time since the republic's founding that Ira Allen was not selected.[1] The names of candidates and balloting totals were not recorded.[1] According to contemporary newspaper articles, Chittenden was re-elected "by a respectable majority."[2]

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Results

1786 Vermont Republic gubernatorial election
Party Candidate Votes %
No party affiliation Thomas Chittenden (incumbent)

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Walton, E. P., ed. (1875). Records of the Governor and Council of the State of Vermont. III. Montpelier, VT: J. & J. M. Poland. pp. 101, 105–106 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ "Bennington, October 16: At the close of the election on Thursday last". Daily Advertiser. New York, NY. October 28, 1786. p. 2 – via GenealogyBank.com.
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