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1788 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina

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United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina, 1788

November 24-25, 1788 1790 →

All 5 South Carolina seats to the United States House of Representatives
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Anti-Administration Pro-Administration
Seats won 3 2
Popular vote 2,069 1,343
Percentage 57.8% 37.5%
South Carolina Congressional Districts, 1788 to 1790   1st District, Charleston   2nd District, Beaufort-Orangeburg   3rd District, Georgetown-Cheraw   4th District, Camden   5th District, Ninety-Six
South Carolina Congressional Districts, 1788 to 1790
  1st District, Charleston
  2nd District, Beaufort-Orangeburg
  3rd District, Georgetown-Cheraw
  4th District, Camden
  5th District, Ninety-Six

The 1788 South Carolina United States House of Representatives elections were held on November 24 and November 25, 1788 to select five Representatives for two-year terms from the state of South Carolina. The elections resulted in two candidates in support of Washington's administration and three candidates opposed to his policies.

1st Congressional District

William L. Smith defeated two candidates in the first election of the 1st congressional district, known as the Charleston District.

Candidate Position Votes[1] Percent
William L. Smith Pro-Administration 653 53.09%
Alexander Gillon Anti-Administration 381 31.38%
David Ramsay Pro-Administration 191 15.53%

2nd Congressional District

Aedanus Burke defeated Robert Barnwell in the first election of the 2nd congressional district, known as the Beaufort-Orangeburg District.

Candidate Position Votes[2] Percent
Aedanus Burke Anti-Administration 422 99.29%
Robert Barnwell Pro-Administration 1 0.24%
John Bull 1 0.24%
John Kean 1 0.24%

3rd Congressional District

Daniel Huger won the first election of the 3rd congressional district, known as the Georgetown-Cheraw District.

Candidate Position Votes[3] Percent
Daniel Huger Pro-Administration 496 75.04%
John Page 165 24.96%

4th Congressional District

Thomas Sumter won the first election of the 4th congressional district, known as the Camden District.

Candidate Position Votes[4] Percent
Thomas Sumter Anti-Administration 507 100%

5th Congressional District

Thomas Tudor Tucker won the first election of the 5th congressional district, known as the Ninety-Six District.

Candidate Position Votes[5] Percent
Thomas Tudor Tucker Anti-Administration 759 100%

See also

References

  • Becker, Robert A.; Merrill Jensen (1976). The Documentary History of the First Federal Elections 1788-1790. Volume I. The University of Wisconsin Press. pp. 198–199. ISBN 0-299-06690-8.
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