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Broad Seal War

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The Broad Seal War was a controversy over the results of the United States congressional elections in New Jersey in 1838.

Following the closely contested elections of 1838, two contingents of New Jersey representatives-elect, one composed of Democrats and the other of Whigs, arrived at the House of Representatives on the opening day of the 26th Congress in December 1839,requesting to be seated as members. Both held commissions bearing the great (broad) seal of the state; only the Whig commissions, however, were legally executed and signed by the Governor of New Jersey, William Pennington. Charging their opponents with election fraud and facing loss of control of the House, the Democratic Party majority refused to seat all but one Whig. When it was proved that the county clerks in Cumberland and Middlesex counties had suppressed the returns in certain townships that would have given the Democrats a majority, the House, on February 28, 1840, seated the five Democratic claimants.

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  • Adams, James Truslow (1940). Dictionary of American History. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
  • Becker, Ronald L. (1982). "A Bibliography Relating to the Broad Seal War in New Jersey, 1838-1840". The Journal of the Rutgers University Libraries. 44 (1).
  • Johnston, Alexander (1899). Lalor, John J., ed. Broad Seal War. Cyclopædia of political science, political economy, and of the political history of the United States. New York, New York: Maynard, Merrill, and Co. p. 309 – via Hathi Trust Digital Library.
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