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1859 Alabama gubernatorial election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1859 Alabama gubernatorial election
← 1857 August 1, 1859 1861 →
Turnout9.40%
 
Andrew B. Moore.jpg
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Nominee Andrew B. Moore William F. Samford
Party Democratic Southern Rights Democrat
Popular vote 52,786 19,745
Percentage 72.78% 27.22%

Governor before election

Andrew B. Moore
Democratic

Elected Governor

Andrew B. Moore
Democratic

The 1859 Alabama gubernatorial election took place on August 1, 1859 in order to elect the Governor of Alabama. Democrat Andrew Moore won his second term as Governor.

Candidates

Democratic Party

Southern Rights Democrat

Election

Statewide

Alabama gubernatorial election, 1859[1]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Andrew B. Moore 52,786 72.777
Southern Rights Democrat William F. Samford 19,745 27.223
Total votes 72,531 100.00
Democratic hold

County by County

County Andrew Moore William Samford
Votes % Votes %
Autauga 665 57.776 486 42.224
Baldwin 284 71.898 111 28.101
Barbour 1,006 58.693 708 41.307
Bibb 847 86.428 133 13.571
Blount 444 40.363 656 59.636
Butler 927 57.151 695 42.848
Calhoun 2,291 95.221 115 4.779
Chambers 1,040 51.536 978 48.464
Cherokee 1,776 91.973 155 8.027
Clarke 912 89.588 106 10.412
Coffee 715 70.932 293 29.068
Conecuh 534 66.666 267 33.333
Coosa 1,311 60.779 846 39.221
Covington 286 49.567 291 50.433
Dale 779 59.060 540 40.940
Dallas 913 76.338 283 23.662
DeKalb 1,412 97.988 29 2.012
Fayette 1,089 75.311 357 24.689
Franklin 1,424 79.776 361 20.224
Greene 1,013 100.000 0 0
Henry 638 54.623 530 45.377
Jackson 1,948 96.245 76 3.755
Jefferson 1,070 79.260 280 20.740
Lauderdale 1,174 93.397 83 6.603
Lawrence 783 86.520 122 13.480
Limestone 746 86.744 114 13.256
Lowndes 786 55.904 620 44.096
Macon 1,043 48.086 1,126 51.914
Madison 1,511 98.117 29 1.883
Marengo 815 75.955 258 24.045
Marion 921 87.714 129 12.286
Marshall 1,078 92.058 93 7.942
Mobile 2,047 61.343 1,290 38.657
Monroe 599 73.049 221 26.951
Montgomery 1,225 50.143 1,218 49.857
Morgan 1,061 86.120 171 13.880
Perry 1,170 92.636 93 7.364
Pickens 1,267 90.114 139 9.886
Pike 1,383 60.818 891 39.182
Randolph 1,423 74.269 493 25.731
Russell 960 51.696 897 48.304
Shelby 1,164 87.849 161 12.151
St. Clair 1,160 92.874 89 7.126
Sumter 620 84.469 114 15.531
Talladega 1,380 72.289 529 27.711
Tallapoosa 1,644 55.729 1,306 44.271
Tuscaloosa 1,185 72.212 456 27.788
Walker 439 63.623 251 36.377
Washington 230 83.941 44 16.059
Wilcox 632 77.642 182 22.358
Winston 266 74.510 91 25.490
Total 52,786 72.777 19,745 27.223

References

  1. ^ "AL Governor 1859". Our Campaigns. Retrieved March 2, 2019.
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