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1820 Massachusetts's 1st congressional district special election

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A special election was held in Massachusetts's 1st congressional district on October 23, 1820 to fill a vacancy created by the resignation of Jonathan Mason (F) on May 15, 1820.[1] As a majority was not achieved on the first ballot, a second ballot was held November 6, 1820

Election results

Candidate Party First ballot[2] Second ballot[3]
Votes Percent Votes Percent
Benjamin Gorham Democratic-Republican[a] 1,635 48.3% 2,262 58.0%
Henry Orne Democratic-Republican 882 26.1%
Samuel Wells Independent 866 25.6% 1,565 40.1%
Jesse Putnam Unknown 55 1.4%
Scattering 20 0.5%

Gorham took his seat on November 27, 1820.[1]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Some sources cite Benjamin Gorham as a Federalist.

References

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