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1795 United States Senate special election in Delaware

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United States Senate special election in Delaware, 1795

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Henry Latimer US.gif
John Dickinson portrait.jpg
Nominee Henry Latimer John Dickinson
Party Federalist Democratic-Republican
Popular vote 15 14
Percentage 51.72% 48.28%

U.S. senator before election

George Read
Federalist

Elected U.S. Senator

Henry Latimer
Federalist

The Delaware United States Senate special election for 1795 was held on March 16, 1795. The former Senator George Read had resigned to take the position of Chief Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court. Henry Latimer defeated the former governor of Delaware, governor of Pennsylvania and Continental Congressmen from Delaware and Pennsylvania by one vote.

Results

United States Senate election in Delaware, 1795[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Federalist Henry Latimer 15 51.72%
Democratic-Republican John Dickinson 14 48.28%
Total votes 29 100%

See also

References

  1. ^ "United States Senate election in Delaware, 1795".
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