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1798 United States House of Representatives elections in New Jersey

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United States House of Representatives elections in New Jersey, 1798

← 1797 October 10, 1798 1800 →

All 5 New Jersey seats to the United States House of Representatives
  Majority party Minority party
 
Party Democratic-Republican Federalist
Last election 0 5
Seats won 3 2
Seat change Increase 3 Decrease 3
Popular vote 10,035 9,132
Percentage 52.4% 47.6%

Elections to the United States House of Representatives in New Jersey for the 6th Congress were held October 10, 1798.

Background

All previous elections had been held on an at-large basis. Five Federalists had been elected in the previous election. For this election, New Jersey switched, for the first time, to using districts.

Election results

Three incumbents ran for re-election, of whom, two of whom lost to Democratic-Republicans. The incumbents Jonathan Dayton (F) and Thomas Sinnickson (F) did not run for re-election. In the districts with no incumbents, one was won by a Democratic-Republican and the other by a Federalist, for a net gain of 3 seats by the Democratic-Republicans

1798 United States House election results
District Democratic-Republican Federalist
Eastern[1] John Condit 3,378 52.5% James Schureman (I) 3,054 47.5%
Northern[2] Aaron Kitchell 3,399 72.5% Mark Thomson (I) 1,287 27.5%
Western[3] James Linn 1,613 51.3% Samuel R. Stewart 979 31.1%
Archibald Mercer 554 17.6%
Middle[4] Thomas Henderson 379 19.0% James H. Imlay (I) 1,614 81.0%
Southern[5] Jonathan Elmer 1,266 43.5% Franklin Davenport 1,644 56.5%

See also

References

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