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1793 Connecticut's at-large congressional district special elections

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Three special elections were held in Connecticut's 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.

First special election

The first special election was held on April 8, 1793 after Jonathan Sturges (P) declined to serve the term for which he'd been elected

Candidate Party Votes[1] Percent
Uriah Tracy Pro-Administration 2,197 49.8%
Zephaniah Swift Pro-Administration 817 18.5%
Asher Miller [2] 708 16.1%
Jonathan Ingersoll Pro-Administration 436 9.9%
Tapping Reeve [2] 252 5.7%

Second special election

Benjamin Huntington (P) also resigned his seat before the start of Congress and was replaced by Jonathan Ingersoll in a special election held September 16, 1793[3]

Third special election

A pair of openings lead to a two-seat special election: 1. Member-elect Jonathan Ingersoll declined to serve from the September special election; and 2. Member-elect Stephen M. Mitchell declined to serve from the general election when he was appointed to the U.S. Senate.

A third election was held for their replacements, with the top two winning seats in the 3rd Congress: Joshua Coit (Pro-Administration) and Zephaniah Swift (Pro-Administration).

Candidate Party Votes[4] Percent
Green tickY Joshua Coit Pro-Administration 2,448 35.7%
Green tickY Zephaniah Swift Pro-Administration 1,657 24.2%
James Davenport Pro-Administration 1,183 17.2%
Roger Griswold Pro-Administration 864 12.6%
Chauncey Goodrich Pro-Administration 352 5.1%
Nathaniel Smith Pro-Administration 211 3.1%
Samuel W. Dana Pro-Administration 144 2.1%

See also

References

  1. ^ "A New Nation Votes". elections.lib.tufts.edu.
  2. ^ a b Party affiliation not given in source
  3. ^ United States Congressional Elections, 1788-1997: The Official Results, by Michael J. Dubin (McFarland and Company, 1998).
  4. ^ "A New Nation Votes". elections.lib.tufts.edu.
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