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1794–1795 United States House of Representatives elections in Vermont

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Only one of the two Vermont incumbents was re-elected.

Vermont law required a majority for election to Congress, with a second election to be held if the first did not return a majority. Run-off elections were required in both districts.

District Incumbent Party First
elected
Result Candidates[1]
Vermont 1
"Western District"
Israel Smith Anti-Administration 1791 Incumbent re-elected to a new party.
Democratic-Republican gain.
The election was contested but eventually upheld.[2]
First ballot (December 30, 1794):
Matthew Lyon (Democratic-Republican) 41.7%
Israel Smith (Democratic-Republican) 32.9%
Isaac Tichenor (Federalist) 9.9%
Gideon Olin (Democratic-Republican) 8.7%
Others 6.8%

Second ballot (February 10, 1795):
Israel Smith (Democratic-Republican) 48.5%
Matthew Lyon (Democratic-Republican) 48.0%
Others 3.5%
Vermont 2
"Eastern District"
Nathaniel Niles Anti-Administration 1791 Incumbent lost re-election.
New member elected.
Federalist gain.
First ballot (December 30, 1794):
Nathaniel Niles (Democratic-Republican) 31.6%
Daniel Buck (Federalist) 21.2%
Jonathan Hunt 11.0%
Stephen Jacob 10.9%
Lewis R. Morris (Federalist) 8.3%
Cornelius Lynde 4.7%
Paul Brigham 3.3%
Lot Hall 2.7%
Elijah Robinson 1.3%
Others 4.8%

Second ballot (February 10, 1795):
Daniel Buck (Federalist) 55.6%
Nathaniel Niles (Democratic-Republican) 39.1%
Jonathan Hunt 2.3%
Stephen Jacob 1.8% 1.2%

See also

References

  1. ^ Only candidates with at least 1% of the vote listed
  2. ^ "Fourth Congress (membership roster)" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on December 13, 2012. Retrieved December 7, 2012.


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