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United States House of Representatives elections in New York, 1810
New York (state)
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All 17 New York seats to the United States House of Representatives
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Popular vote 74,215 62,152
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The 1810 United States House of Representatives elections in New York were held from April 24 to 26, 1810, to elect 17 U.S. Representatives to represent the State of New York in the United States House of Representatives of the 12th United States Congress. At the same time, a vacancy was filled in the 11th United States Congress.

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Good afternoon I'm Mary Esther Reed I'm the mayor here in Smyrna and welcome to the 43rd annual town Christmas parade. we're glad to have you with us and today's Christmas around the world is the theme and we have a special guest with here with us here for the second year in a row Rudy Kalis. Rudy we're so glad to have you back It's wonderful. last year we got cold this year I had to put sunscreen on my head. well somebody called for the good weather today. sure got it you know. what it's been so great to see the people lining the street all the way from Nolan Drive all the way to KMart. I was blown away just coming in because they were already lining up so this is remarkable 43 years? 43. Now Rudy 43 years sounds about like the time you spent at WSMV. you know that's exactly right. The first year that I was here is I guess that and Richard Petty's number put all those together and we're good. there you go. we even have some pictures that Oh missed out you're going on oh you see that there you go see the that was a wig I was wearing back then yeah driving the lane with a wig. we had a channel 4 charity team with the squeezy little shorts played about 30 games a year some of them out here in Smyrna it was fun all for charity and how quickly time flies. Oh military service spent four years in the Air Force but it paid for my schooling. I'm always thankful the military did all of that how about that look would you boys before and after you got that right then the good Lord said that boys a little cocky I believe I'll snatch the hair off his head and so you got the guy on the left doing the guy on the right there thought he was cool. we do oh you see that's when I was really sharp see the look it's like I know everything but do you know what you came in to so many people's lives in so many people's homes I can remember growing up watching you on channel 4 so... there it is I've even seen that sweater today I brought it along as a backup just in case that's Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer that fits me you or the sweater oh yeah you got that right both of them look at Bill folks from a long time remember Bill Hall a long time weatherman who was a weekend newscaster with me when I first started. my you found some old pictures and love farming and fishing. oh gosh II love he finally got me to eat some chitlins once it stayed down about 30 seconds. that's probably 30 seconds longer than it would have stayed with me. well you know I'm so excited about this parade today we have got over a hundred and twenty applicants in this parade I can't wait that'll be great they each come through and you know all the folks and they all know you and that's the best part I'm just sort of eye candy and get a chance to watch and enjoy the folks. You know what's the nicest thing when you look out here at the crowd you see generations of family members out enjoying the day and making memories with family and to me that's what this is about. you told me about the difference between what 8,500 people at one point in Smyrna and now you've got 50,000 - you're doing something right. we are doing something right. I think we're all blessed to live here in Middle Tennessee. That's it that's it this is where I'm staying and I love being here today. Any good Christmas memories growing up for you? Well you know I was a little, remember now I was born in Germany so I could literally remember being five years old seeing st. Nicholas come in and he gave me like an orange or something and he goes kind of so heavy deep snow I always remember there's a little kid doing Christmas concerts from school and such right there they're wonderful then seeing the kids you know we both have children seeing them open up their presents for the first time with our eyes get real big and absolutely absolutely and I can't wait you know I think Santa might make an appearance today before the end of the parade. I think he might make a little time for us here in Smyrna. I think he knows how good we've all been. all right well and we're gonna start off with bands and we got flags and here we go. we absolutely do and our first group is going to be our police chief kevin arnold and i can't tell you what a great job kevin does for us here in the town of smyrna and right now we have eighty-eight police officers and you know 34 of those police officers are veterans of our armed forces. really? you know I was military police for the four years I was in the service and literally thought very seriously about being a police officer when I got out but somehow I thought I'd run my mouth instead. well you know these men and women put their lives on the line every day and I can't say enough about our police force. you know seven of our officers have attended the National Forensic Academy in Oak Ridge and less than five percent nationwide of law enforcement have attended this training so they get quite a bit of training. and right behind Chief Arnold is our Smyrna fire department honor guard. we're always glad to see them and our honor guard was established in September of 1999 and since the establishment of the guard the members have been called upon to perform a variety of ceremonial functions. so our citizens are used to seeing our honor guard and Rudy you're gonna tell us a little bit about who our members are today? Well we've got the lieutenant Kenny Campbell also the ladder driver which I think is a fascinating job but always wanted to do that but of course they'd never left me. And that is Ryan Kellum and also we've got the engine drive that is Nick Link, engine driver is Jerry Mosley engine driver as well as Daniel Brownlow. so we've got them in attendance. I was with them the other day and I said how do you practice to get to be a driver? They were talking about just getting out in the community and driving a little bit obviously not to emergencies to begin with and just practice until you get to become the driver. Two special breeds you get from Police Department and Fire Department those are people that say it's almost like a mission in life as opposed to just a job because it is tough, tough work and we have to celebrate them. You know you'll also see our firemen dressed in full uniform as if they were going into a fire and one of the reasons we do this is because we want the children to see in case it was an emergency in their home and it was filled with smoke exactly what the people that are coming in to help them because for a little kid that sometimes can look pretty scary. That's a real education you told me that. See my first thought which I told you is that I always connected to 911 and how they went up those stairs and and just makes me appreciate them even more but what you said makes a lot of sense. Absolutely you know in 1916 the need for fire protection was realized by the citizens of Smyrna and prior to that that date the only fire protection was a bucket brigade or the occasional barrel placed under the downspout so our fire chief is Chief Bill Culbertson and he is a little under the weather and I'm hoping he's watching today and I just wanted to tell him that we're thinking about him and that we hope that he gets well soon. Tell me that's not a thrill for the kids to be able to ride there. Can I pull the horn just once and blow it? Now if this isn't a group of rough ones coming after the fire department I'm not sure what is. Here we have our Smyrna Town Council and we have Vice Mayor Mark Adkins and his wife Connie who works at Smyrna elementary school and we have Raquel Peebles and her son and daughter. Raquel is our newest council member and then we have Tim Morrell and his wife Donna. Glad to see them. You know everybody Mayor! And here's the judge. It's always good to know the judge yeah. oh really Here comes the judge yes and Brittany Stevens is our court clerk. glad to see Brittany. see that's fun they love you when you're throwing out candy. You always have to ration your candy at the first cause you always want to throw it out but you got to hold on to it because there's always a lot towards the end. I've been at some parades where I was up near the front and throwing out candy got the end didn't have it and boy I got called names yes. and there's Lori North. There's a little one sleeping in the ambulance next we have our ambulance service. You know they always do a great job hold there's a job for you my goodness. yes now we have Melissa Harrell who is our circuit court clerk. nice to be able to ride in a convertible on a day like today wave and smile and enjoy the weather. last year would have been a little cold. yeah but that was almost Christmas type weather but this is this is a lot more fun for the fans that are out the people that are here. And here we have Heather Dawbarn who is our Register of Deeds here for the county. It's always nice to see these elected officials out in the parade. yeah they represent the people they're the ones they've been voted in they want to thank the people for voting them so good for them. That's nicely decorated look at this is Lisa Duke Crowell she is our court clerk for Rutherford County. I'll tell you these individuals go to so much work and getting their floats or their vehicles ready and then purchasing candy to throw out for the kids so they always do a good job. Remember putting floats together back in high school for homecoming the tissue paper? They've changed that now. Now they do it in little balls and put it in the chicken wire. The next time you see a homecoming float like at a college, look they make it in little balls and pushed in. See I learned something else. Yes and here we have Dawn white who is our state representative so glad to see them out today. It's pretty good walk for them now for the length of the parade. It is a nice little walk. You for sure get your steps in on your Fitbit, wouldn't ya? I've got mine on and it just told me to get up and move! Now this entry is Mike Sparks who's also one of our state representatives but I'll tell you they love getting to see this truck every year why because it's so big if you like power there you go. there you go. After Mike you'll get to see one of our newest high schools here in Rutherford County. it's the Stewart's Creek High School band and they are so proud to be part of our 43rd annual smyrna Christmas parade and this band is under the direction of Debbie Burton and Michael Chester. Look at the size of this group what a band I've been at football games we've covered them. First of all the school was beautiful and then you get this band in the way they look and the plumes on top they're doing it the right way nice. And they represented us at the Pearl Harbor Parade. They absolutely did a couple of years ago. Wow! Let's take a listen to this band... What a great sound. Absolutely And here we have Cecil Ginny Williams, from Gil's Ace Hardware we're so I'm so glad to see them look at that truck oh the tractor that you see here is the town of Smyrna food drive float and for those of you who don't know, for the past three years we've been asking parade participants to bring canned goods for our nourished Food Bank and we've also been asking those of you that have that are coming to watch the parade - to bring canned goods for our food bank. so we wanted us to give back. There you go - so part of it it's a beauty the parade enjoy that people get their floats in there they're their messages out but at the same time you've got a wonderful call. it's good for you absolutely and I will tell you we also have a trophy for that and last year Crye-Leike Realty won the trophy but I heardLancaster Christian Academy called them and told him they were coming after that trophy this year! I like it I like it. Little competition little competition well this is one of my favorite parts of the parade it's the Shriners and for those of you who don't know they're a fraternity based a fun fellowship and the Masonic principles of brotherly love relief and truth with nearly two hundred temples or chapters in several countries and thousands of clubs around the world and the Shriners Hospital for Children was founded in 1922 with the goal of providing expert medical care for children with no financial burden to the patients or the families. Look at that hot rod Do they still bring out the clowns in the little cars have you seen I mean I see some but it's been okay I don't remember the last time but it seemed to me that every time I've seen them they've had yeah look at this see I like clowns. Some kids get afraid of clowns. yeah but when you out when you are one you don't worry about that's right. Next we have our Rutherford County Sheriff's Office float which features - a Charlie Brown's Christmas classic and you know Linus talks about the meaning of Christmas his message is about the birth of Christ and it portrays the ways why Christmas was celebrated around the world and the Angels praised God saying glory to God in the highest and on earth peace and goodwill toward men. and there's our Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh. I'll tell you Mike does an absolutely wonderful job here in the county so always glad to see sheriff Fitzhugh. Look at the little one on the float that's so beautiful stands for the right things that's what Christmas is all about. I think that's Woodstock I guess so dressed up that way yes what a great float.I want to sing but it won't sound very good. If I do we have mounted patrol division of the Sheriff's Department as well we see that we see them a lot at the ball games and parades. It sure is nice to know they're always here to keep us safe well I love the animals and for them to be able to handle them and when they show up that mean they they attract people and at the same time it's kind of an imposing figure so it's a it's a lot of things a lot of tradition it's beautiful that they take good care of them. Here we go, here we have the American Legion Post 288 and they they serve veterans in the Smyrna area they sponsor support various youth activities such as the American Legion Boys State law enforcement officer of the Year award, firefighter of the Year award American Legion Oracle contest American Legion baseball and the Eagle Scout nominations and they love serving our community. Got a float full. I love seeing all ages The older ones are saying don't hang on kid and the younger one is saying let me at it. Here is Azalea Court. The assisted-living by Americans in Smyrna Tennessee and Miss Missy is driving the bus. She and I grew up together really she does a wonderful job there at Azalea Court. She's waving. She sure is and it's our person-centered approach to care that puts residents and their families at the heart of everything they do families throughout Rutherford County have trusted us for quality assistant living for years. And here we have Nissan. They began production 34 years ago when this little white pickup you see here rolled off the line June 16, 1983. Since then, the town plant has built more than 12 million cars trucks and suv's. They build vehicles that are exported to 60 foreign markets around the world from Argentina to Zimbabwe and they employ 10,000 people who work to build 600,000 vehicles each year. It's just amazing and I told you when we fly in a helicopter to cover high school football we'll go over the plant and it's just amazing how many cars are out there the size of that so that's been magnificent and I can't believe it's been that many years. Seems like yesterday the big announcement we all got excited about them coming. Look at those cars they've gotten changed now over the years. You're being pointed at. I am. That time I don't think it was a bad point. Okay. I'm used to getting a bad point. Look at that one that looks pretty good. I like to hear the motor And here comes our food drive winners from last year and this year they put in 1,750 non-perishable items yesterday. Oh we'll have to see if there's someone who can beat that. Wow. They are involved in our community in so many different ways but that's revolving on top there too. Yes They say they hope the the elves enjoy their experience of Christmas around the world. Here's our Smyrna Parks and Recreation Volunteer of the year participants riding on the float. This year the 2017 Volunteer of the Year recipients and their families. the Kenneth Coon victory lifetime service award is Mike Allen, a longtime volunteer with Smyrna recreation leagues including Smyrna youth football and North Rutherford soccer soccer also a longtime member of the Smyrna high school quarterback Club in which his father was a founding member. Then you also have the young leader of the year Sidney Sai, a senior Smyrna High School and she will be receiving a $500 scholarship check sponsored by our SIMA which is our Smyrna independenct Merchants. Our coach of the year that was on the float is Jason Smith expense with Smyrna baseball league and the parent of the year Sonia league also from Smyrna baseball league you've got a magnificent baseball organization here oh they're all volunteer organizations and they're what keep our community going in regards to sports and here we have hit the bridge at Hickory woods which most of us know is just over the line right outside of Laverne as you go out on Murphysboro okay that's right and it's an assisted living option for active seniors looking for a resort-style community to call home I'll tell you I've been down to call big no down there or that get brutal you got to be careful okay and the prizes they go after they go after that's a curette looks like we're in San Francisco it does look at the one with the Rudolph's nose on oh yeah next we have danced with Stacy and they as they celebrate their 26th anniversary being in business they say they always look forward to their performance all I can do to hold myself back that's it I have not heard it it's pretty cool bringing their own music with aren't they the party gotcha and here we have the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee you know for more than a century the Girl Scouts have provided girls in grades K through 12 an opportunity to grow and develop new skills and make lifelong friendships young ladies sure look like they are having a good time I love the people that do stead stay involved with that as well and the young girls that go through it sing with the Boy Scouts on the other side it just it's just different so throwback to some different principles and integrity that are just great to learn and for adults participating in local troops from Smyrna to Laverne Wow good for them and the people that work with them they have to be specially screened to make sure they're the right folks were the right spirit about them and then and all good things can happen you know this these folks right in front of our podium what a halt because the parade starts here so they get the first of all the candy a strategic is that right little strategic gotcha all right you know maybe we need to put a book together about that strategy of parades strategy I'd never thought about that but you're right because they look they brought their own bags or old oh he's bringing herself Oh they love to travel you can follow them on Facebook and see what a great time they're always having and age 55 and older and they welcome you to join them at 100 Raik Street right here in Smyrna well I might be a new recruit coming right there I could be good at knitting good night you think so put me on cleanup duty I've been over to talk to their group quite a bit lamp line dancing they do lines yes really they do all sorts of stuff here we have Tomlin automotive and Tomlin automotive is always nice enough to let us use their parking lot here and they're always involved in the community yeah that's nice of them because this is a perfect spot I don't think he's gonna steal the fun today no no I don't even wave II see another young fella on that Jeep I'd look good in that outfit that must be Elf on the Shelf oh my god you see there you go the sheep and the shoes and it's a great outfit it is he might love it here we have the gold wing we need Christmas around the world this century is a contingent of motorcycles from the stones river wings and this is a chapter II of the International Gold Wing Road Writers Association they've been become they have become one of the more active motorcycle groups in Tennessee and their members consist mostly residents from Smyrna and Murphysboro look at these these are something I've always been interested in the three wheelers I'd probably be the way I'd go just because it's a little easier to Cruise in them know I've been on the back end of some and written that way but no had I've been telling my wife I'd like to get a little moped or something she said nope you'd wind up in our hospital somewhere you gotta know what you're doing now look at this with a little trailer in the back he's got it our vice mayor mark Adkins rats motorcycle does it Oh over in to Gatlinburg to Florida along if you've done it for a while I think it's fabulous you know you still write oh thanks vehicles what I don't even know what they're called I see a field amount now three wheels with the one in the back but it's a car come back and see me in January now when they get on the highway and they all start going somewhere on an Audi that's pretty impressive you know and so many of the organizations are so giving and always willing to give back they say their motto is friends for fun safety and knowledge and I think not only on their behalf but ours as well that we need to be aware when we say motorcycle riders on the road great point boy they're fabulous so here we have Lancaster fishing Academy which is located in the hardest lorna and is the city's largest private school option with over 600 students six-week through 12th grade and I'll tell you this school has seven total entries in the parade this year you said that already all right well their arms are gonna be waving those little pom-poms a long time and how about carrying the globe behind them something see that's a great thing for the school they all kind of unify on something like this now let's go out there and win it as a matter of fact growing up the tree that sits behind us I can remember being decorated and that was that was the tree we would turn on as the Christmas tree oh really was remember with those old glass oh why yes yes if you just looked at them wrong they blinked out yeah great we're great very nice all these different themes yeah I hope I penguins holy Christmas like you said Lancaster is celebrating their 20th year this year and they also have an Early Learning Center which was recognized top in the state let's see if it tell us what ages I don't see what edges it has right now but from a very early age till 12th grade you can be involved at Lancaster right here in the heart of Smyrna now look at that that's an African from Africa obviously yes bill the beast or something what do you know gazelle okay I don't know we'll say we're both right yeah it's a mixture someone will clarify for us and I'll Erebus and then we have the snow men and women I have the kilts the boys with the kilts good thing it's not a breezy day do you think they had to do a lot of yeah a certain amount no if they all do it together as a group it's okay then it's okay it's cool you name one guy and say I want you to wear a kilt zu oh and the girls are the basketball players oh okay what a change that's so good way to go guys now we look like we're getting Russian or something here oh it's the Queen see the Queen waving beefeaters of course oh do you think that I think you his new fiancee might be here too I thought she'd be busier than that well nice nice very nice looking over have you you've got a beautiful Center over here that's very good look at her that's good makeup and look here's the young girls look at the little bunch what do you think would happen if we threw a handful of candy in their elbows and scrambling I think oh look at that ready you need a suit like that next year oh yeah yeah I could wear it once look at him he could be a boxing promoter there you go he may bequeath Oh candy in there yeah look at the little guy Oh nope soccer Oh soccer and basketball that's cool that's going all out this is still Lancaster Lancaster good for this look at this float like that sure done a good job with this one oh now well they got a little snow coming out great effort on their part way to go Lancaster Academy next we have Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and they were started on the campus of Howard University in 1908 and it's the first african-american sorority with over two hundred and ninety thousand members great history so glad to have him here today oh there's my song and here we have the Stones River FCO 5:06 Rapids which are a group of eleven and twelve year old boys that play competitive soccer and they've had a very successful season by finishing as division three state champions and they competed in five tournaments tournaments and meddled in all five she's an amazing on soccer is grown at least a knowledge of it here in this community now with potentially the MLS that are coming in here that stadium as well as a whole different world beautiful here we have cout scout pack for 82 which is true t Christian Church sponsors and these this pack is 31 boys 1st through 5th grade from Stewart's Borough Elementary and I have to tell you I think this is the group my buddy Connor Williams is in who goes to david jury school he's in there somewhere i think he was in there somewhere he invited me to come read to his class this year we had such a good time this looks like Bulldogs cheerleaders so always have to have the cheerleaders cheering on the team they take great pride in the town and in Smyrna Bulldogs football did you play football nope nope didn't it was too cold I grew up in Wisconsin I'm not playing up there I cheered but we didn't all cheer for the Bulldogs in I cheered for the Falcons oh okay I don't think they'd invented youth football yet when I was a TI age did they wear leather helmet yep nimma high-top sneakers or shoes yes no parade with he would have would never parade without the train coming through it's such a part of our community wants to say hello that's I'm getting in the parade there you go and here we have the SRF co6 Lady Rapids and they're so a select soccer team of girls ages a 13 girls ages 12 and under so glad to have the girls out today I've gotten to love the soccer more and more because it teaches some coordination to kids playing the teamwork and all of that put together so it said it's just wonderful the way that sport is growing and here we have Smyrna middle school FCA which started in 2016 2017 with only six members and today they have 82 members and are still growing strong good for them I agree this is a student-led organization with a vision to see the world impacted by Jesus - the influence of influence of coaches and athletes it's always nice to see an organization get started up and watch it grow yes all right we've got the smart a softball girls softball team coming in a slow pitch softball league they can offer seasons in the spring in the fall of each year at the Volunteer Park as well as with the murdered travelers that play travel ball during the summer right there great was that good but we made I played outfield and we made a trip to Kansas in a school bus Oh in a school bus but we have great memories oh you'll never forget it never forget it never forget it there they come I like this bubble ball of Nashville it was established in 2014 and it creates the ultimate entertainment for adults and kids the bubble ball actually allows you to be inside the inflatable ball with your legs exposed to play soccer and other activities I'll be honest I don't know that I could stay standing I would probably always say I've just seen it like at a predators game but you know where they try to do it on ice I think it's a great thing just smack each other yeah boy you know what maybe the council all needs to get in those for the next council there you go I think oh you just say y'all settle it yourselves out there brain and we've got to hear the Smyrna youth football team the be purple his team dominated 2017 they were ten and one and three different titles they got they got the preseason champs the tyf a champs and the bear bowl champs over there tough you know this is a our youth football is something that we're very proud of here in Smyrna they're always dominant and here we have the Smyrna CB fire-rescue an EMS unit which was armed in 1963 as a citizen band radio organization helping out in emergency situations we always appreciate them you don't think of them that much until all of a sudden something happens on the water and boy they're needed so good folks absolutely this looks like our new school rocky for middle oh we have rocky fort middle school softball this school just opened this year oh my yes so glad to see them you start an athletic team in a brand new school and it's like the front door to the school the kids all get excited it puts the spirit together with them so good for them you know it's a two-story building with over a hundred and ten classrooms what I know can you imagine oh I know I'm with the grade school in one class we have three three grades in one class I only had a stove and uh and you walked uphill both ways yeah both ways here we have the First Presbyterian Church which was established in 1810 and is now 207 years old Wow its first location was where the golf course currently is and actually the town of Smyrna got its name from the nearby church Smyrna Presbyterian Church now which is their church when the railroad stopped in the town was established so they are so proud to be the church that was named that was the town was named for 200 years old my goodness Rockaway there just went by oh yes I'm gonna have it all and then I'll stay wired up all day and all in shorts League Tennessee weather here we have rocket heating and air they open their doors in July of 2017 and are very excited to be part of this community and you know what we're glad to have them there you go that's followed by my little State Community College right it is and I'll tell you Motlow is where my son Parker is finishing up his last semester and Motlow is such a blessing for us here in community they have over 2,000 students the nice thing is it might not be your traditional student that's coming right out of high school it could be that adult that's going back to school which is so important I think that's become more and more important because people are now I don't have the time I want to get selective to what I want to do and all of a sudden boom these kind of schools really offer it so I think they're great they're a trend absolutely here we have JV window-cleaning and they've been in business for two years in Smyrna and served the Middle Tennessee area they clean residential and commercial businesses by John Vaughn who has 18 years experience in window cleaning next we have Smyrna fast pitch you know fast pitch is the way things are kind of moving now playing it in high school and you get to watch it on TV now with the girls college world the College World Series women women playing that I played some fast pitch softball when I was in the service loved it there as well so I'm glad more and more of that is catching on well and Daddy and Parker have gone to the College World Series said they loved it it's one of the most interesting fast-paced you talking softball baseball both they went to the softball and really enjoyed this year I watched more than it ever watched before and really got into it so I'm with you there but to be there person's got to be pretty sharp can you imagine standing at home plate and watching that ball come at you you know you got to start swinging but just before they even release the ball and yes yeah yeah they're great when they work that out in there this is their first time ever participating in an outside of school event as a team and they're so excited to be in our parade and guys we're glad to have you we hope to see you back next time there you go big Bunch this is archery choir pep club excited to join us this year their float is their interpretation of Christmas around the world and it nice to see an elementary school outlook right yeah whoo this is what I think living in Smyrna is all about is getting out and enjoying an event like this and seeing kids from the elementary school or the senior citizens or businesses old and new whether you're a 200 year old church or a brand-new business out participating yep that's what draws everybody together they'll remember that all right we have skyworks a crib equipment rental and it's a family owned and operated business that values and treats their employees like part of the family they're based out of Buffalo New York with branches in six states including Knoxville and Nashville so if you need a lift call sky works equipment rental those things are pretty cool we've needed them for some of the work that we've done television wise and when they go up a long way and they've got to be a sturdy base so that's a good surface there are you scared of heights Japan's to some degree you know I mean I've gone skydiver you said what are your favorite things to Sky I've done that but somehow that's got a parachute you go out but I was the Grand Canyon going through it with my daughter a couple of weeks ago and I couldn't go to the edge I said what has happened to me you know of course I didn't have a chute or anything I saw I think I've become a whim no you get all gung-ho cuz everybody's kind of whoo and they're all into rah rah of it and you just jump out and that first couple of seconds is like woo your stomach goes and then after that it's like a dog sticking his head out a car window just a lot of hot air fast coming at you here comes Santa floss oh I got you trees here to remind you to have yourself a merry little checkup before your dental benefits run out for the end of the year cleanings crowns and dentures implants whatever your dental needs are they're here to serve you after all this candy they might be doing some boom business molars it seems like what the crowd is getting closer and closer to the floats I guess they're wanting more and more candy but the ones in front of us here could open up a candy store because everybody gets them it's the ones at the end that I'm waiting for is that where's mine Christina's dance Center offers quality dance training at affordable prices there you have a variety of classes for ages 3 and up I would hate to be that teacher for three-year-olds to keep that attention can you imagine little tough hmm so the children that are down beside us are even beginning to get selective about their candy they must have quite a bit it's not what you write so one kid weighs no no I want the next one now what do you got for me and here we have image orthodontics and they have several locations in the Middle Tennessee area to accommodate all communities and the doctor prides itself on making treatment affordable and available to anyone in need image orthodontics they're making smiles happen I think there's lots I think there's lots of smiles today Kirby the dimmsdale herbie the denis town has Harvey Bennett visited you that Herbie I think his sister sister yeah maybe enrietto Nandi lady yes what do I know here they come the Cub Scout Pack right yes they are made of 7 to 21 year olds and they meet at the siRNA First United Methodist Church and enjoy camping hiking in summer camp they do all sorts of things throughout the year you know what I could still remember that my age I was in that and I could still remember some of the knots that we did I can remember the camping trips I do remember one time we went on a camping trip my mother gave me a can of beans and I opened it up and then I decided I'd want to eat and I pushed the lid back on it put it back down into my backpack and it spilled everywhere I wanted a real smart kid but I was a part of the group what I usually if I open them I usually go ahead and that wasn't right bright yes here we have parks real estate Bob parks Realty we all know that he's a huge supporter in all the community today we have a meter with us there parks out parks real estate been in for over 40 years and there are community leader in the real estate industry in 2016 Park agents donated more than 11,000 hours and 184,000 supporting families here in Middle Tennessee goodness that's a commitment but that'll connect you to the community you get your business because people appreciate and think you're there willing to help them there they go that's followed by eau-de-vie estes you see Davies face on his new truck he and I actually went to school together really well he goes by David now ah yeah you know it changed it went from Davey to David yeah I could see that so he probably knows if somebody's calling him Davey whit was we've known him for quite a while to write a run with a truck with your picture I like his haircut go see my wife won't let me grow a goatee until I say yes ma'am here we have Martin heating and cooling and plumbing and they say they're the best choice for all your heating air conditioning and plumbing needs for your home or business they take pride in our excellence in customer service matching making each customer a lifelong customer one customer at a time and moma have they worked on their float look at that gingerbread house that is nice that took a lot of work I'll tell you that's an event we do here in the town that books up immediately our Parks and Recreation Department does it and we do gingerbread bread house building a tower so X Center you got to yes I love that unbelievable and families get to come and everything's there for them and they prepare the gingerbread house and get to take it home with you talk about a real ginger oh no I have a cousin who's a baker who once brought me one and I smell of gingerbread it's just magnificent Oh makes you think of the holiday only yes here we have faded University barber college and it's owned and operated in Smyrna and located right on Front Street their mission is to change the lives of others using barbering as the vehicle by which we will motivate those who wish to become professionals there you go you know my barber used to charge me for a hunting license just to find something to cut he did I said enough of that I'm gonna get me my own little thing and put a little one number one clipper on it yeah do it myself I've saved a lot of money okay can you I forget what those are called what are those things what are the hoverboards hoverboards John what do you think one of those little things called again hoverboard hoverboards all right I'm sick of sake raises but those are the big ones think you could ride one sure eventually I mean what are you laughing at I'm just not sure I've got that much balance anymore you know remember where they used to burn up and say there was concerns haven't heard about that anymore they're doing much better in Iceland and here we have Air Max who has over 20 years experience in the heating and cooling business and they're so proud to be part of our Smyrna community that's the way to ride got a nice chair there I almost didn't see Santa in the back with his camouflage is that the real Santa no maybe not I think he is a deep hole wait for them what are coming in he's got the camo on I can hardly see him I think the lady on the clothes has the right idea look she's like I'll get out and walk and I'll just ride I'd have to mix up that do a little walk and do a little riding all right rolling billboards look at this old truck Wow this is Robin Age Gentry for her Circuit Court Clerk here in Rutherford County she's had three decades of experience in the circuit court clerk's office she's running for the clerk's post and she retired recently after 30 years look at the dog Oh sitting there wonderful that is a classic I don't think I've ever seen one like that a truck no don't like that you know I don't know if they've rebuilt it or if that suede was initially done I guess that we used to be a hauler back then all right here comes Debbie's School of Dance that's my kind of people right they are introducing the love of dance to children two years to adults and they've been in business for over 31 years and their studio competes in national competitions at locations such as Disney World Universal Studios SeaWorld Six Flags and the upcoming performance in New York City at the Peach Bowl halftime show my daughter still laughed they saved when they were about five or six years old I used to give him dance lessons in the living room I was terrible these little girls are great don't they love when their little tutus they don't have to no no you got a point there so next we have Smyrna divine wine and spirits and they are smartest first package liquor store and they pride themselves on outstanding customer service looks like they've got the Hummer all decorated up ahead hover I got a chance to drive a real one of the old military Hummers when they first came out wow that was it was power we went through fields and up and down things I'm always fascinated but I'll never get one now the car behind it is a 55 Chevy I went to my high school prom at a 56 that was a same color my dad's car at the time like the girl I was taking that she thought it was an old car now I wish I had it yes and this is Tony Campbell towing yes bail bonding which provide assistance 24 hours a day so whether you need your vehicle towed or to get out of jail there you go Tony can help you with both see I know how to disconnect the odometer on that because that my dad would say you can only go about 20 miles so I disconnect it and I'd go find a cute little girl we go on a date and I'd come back and reconnect it that always tell my dad you can't think you can even do it today yeah oh yeah he was here cut thing is I can't ride in a limousine because I get carsick so I have to ride in the front oh my goodness I'd force myself to ride in the back of that Bodhi Campbell's well that's a nice rig it's very nice yeah we were just talking about a tow truck being told that's that's different like Tony's got another nice ride here at the end see I love these old the old cars that thing every year you could you knew exactly the if it's between a Ford and a Chevy and now most of them look alike yeah take some of the classic mess out of them put four in the floor on that well I don't know it looks like a 55 again yeah not that six six has got a different kind of Lights in the back we have car shows down on Front Street a couple of times a year and it sure is nice to go out and see those old cars but to see and listen to the stories that the owners tell you they sure take care of them keep them around yes do the work with Apollo at that horsepower I think the kids in the back are having a good time always yeah that's real true oh yeah my TV it's like you said before they're recording this so they'll get home tonight and say there I am and ask everybody at school tomorrow did you see it yeah next we have the flowerpot who's been in business for 16 years here in Smyrna they love our community and love being part of its activities they've always had a desire to be a part of the Christmas Pride Parade so this year they are nice a lot of color and next we've got our Cub Scout Pack 1001 right right way to say that otherwise it'd be 1001 but 1001 and they're located at Stewart's Creek in the search creek area in smyrna and it's comprised of boys and grades 1 through 5 who together with their parents develop essential character traits physical fitness and civic responsibilities I have so much respect for the men and women that that are leaders in these packs could spend their time with these kids I'm on TV look at me so here we have Cedar Grove Elementary PTO coming up next and they are a support organization for Cedar Grove Elementary which is a school here in Smyrna that actually our town manager Harry deal was the first principal leader group he was this group is comprised of parents grandparents and other and other family members of students in grades pre-k through 5 and their fundraising for large projects such as playground equipment and technology improvement that are big goals each year I'll tell you as a former teacher these groups are so important because not everything that comes from County money can fund everything you need at a school and so those individuals that are out raising money for us make a huge difference well put well put they're followed by the smarter baseball league that's very proud accept all children between the ages of 3 and 18 into their baseball family you've got spring registration it's now available its online and in-person registration as well will begin on January of 2018 so sign them up I'll tell you we're in the process of getting a new park built here at Smyrna because our baseball league is growing I've known of it for ever as long as I've been in Nashville it's always here anytime you talk about the Smyrna league gets talked about the power and then and what they do for the kids so you guys doing it the right way and here we have Gary Barnes in his 1978 Pontiac trans-am just listen to it there's the boys power he says when he was 16 years got this car and he has been the only wow he's taking care of it he curious how many miles he's on it I wonder if he knows how to roll back the odometer no it's not important anymore do we I was teaching math I was an amateur delinquent just borderline and here we have Grace Missionary Baptist Church and they've been around for over 50 years Winifred Warren is the pastor and they have several minister ministries within the church such as Asher's mothers deacons fire advance and children's ministry and their pastor is also a chaplain one of the chaplains for our own of police departments oh good our chaplains do such a wonderful job for police departments a job and needed that's great put the right spirit inside of these kids and out there walking proud to be a part of a food for them there you go walk at that camera smile you know what now which one's Connor Connors the one on the right hand side okay he made sure to text me this morning to let me know he was gonna be in the parade well you're on TV Connor yes you know what Connor came and did our pledge for us at our council meeting we allow individuals from the community that want to come be a part of our council meetings to come and we have a lot of kids or groups that will come do the pledge and Connor came and did wasn't wasn't let me tell you not only was he not nervous he got up there and spoke in front of the council and did an excellent job I was a little bit afraid he might take over my job that's wonderful he did a great job I was so proud of him I can understand that good for them they learn all kinds of good things from the camping to hiking to science to technology all the things that set the stage for the rest of their lives and you know what one of our goals as a council is to have a community that from the time you're born or the time you move in that you want to stay and you want to raise your family here and as children you want to stay in this community and come back and continue to be a part of it Wow I'm gonna tell you just being a this parade does a good deal of that that's because you grow up if you come back each year it becomes a natural part like you you this is for you is as natural as anything to be here absolutely here we have Wilson Bank and Trust and they're proud to be celebrating Christmas around the world right here in the town of Smyrna holiday traditions are wonderful and they encourage everyone to spend time together and make beautiful memories throughout the holiday season and beyond their float sure looks nice doesn't it nice that took some work it sure did a little girl sitting in the front there a very cute and we've got Steve Reynolds for US Congress he's running for Congress to represent Rutherford County where he's listed 30 years you know Steve Tennessee he's from this area and he's for Tennessee I think it's important for any of any person that's running for office to get out and meet their constituents are the ones that possibly could be their constituents oh it's nice to see so many of them here today I have a lot of respect for you guys too that I couldn't run for office because I wouldn't know the answers to questions so really get away you can't just find the answer okay good honest Cubs Cub Scout Pack six forty and they're a part of the Trail of Tears district of Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America and they are fed from John Coleman and Cedar Grove Elementary School John Coleman's a school I used to teach at did you in a first grade did you teach taught kindergarten they still love you matter of fact there's a couple of employees that were my kindergarten students which makes me feel significantly old see I've been here so long I get the people that are now 50 years old saying I've watched you since I was a little kid and I thank some up buddy but it's one of the joys though isn't it to see them grow up and don't count them out because that was one of those you know kind of you probably have to put me on Prozac or something I was such an ATT kid but then you never know what will happen so you've got to stay with them and believe in a good for you so here we have Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Rutherford County LM not chapter and it is a private nonprofit organization whose local purpose is to provide assistance and support through the established programs local communities throughout the world and the Rutherford County chapter was chartered in 1985 and since then they've worked to bring a positive change in influence in the community so we're glad to have them with us today those are some sweet motorcycles those are not inexpensive that's quite an investment and again if they go on with a group and there's about 50 or 60 of them hole down the road very nice they make a statement yeah look at the size of that sure do you know what there are so many cool new things in Nashville nails so it's so nice to be able to hop on the interstate and and go to Nashville and see some of the new sights and things to do I have never seen the bus like that here in it locally it's like we're in England or something well they've got to paint it up right so I'm sure things are going behind them we've got tire world right and they're a local hometown tire and auto repair center that's been serving the community of Rutherford County for the last 44 years are you talking you sure and they welcome you to come by they're Smyrna Murfreesboro Orlov our location and grab a free cup of hot coffee or hot chocolate just to say hi tower world is a service you can trust and this is their fifth time in the parade got the kids throwing candy that Candy's not making it all the way over here all right the brave ones are running out there connection got a connection about Derek Haines for Rutherford County Sheriff candidate for Rutherford County Sheriff and he's been in the Murphy Murfreesboro police force for 30 years he is committed to rebuilding the trust between the community and law enforcement the election is going to be coming up it'll be next August that would be in 2018 each years gone by more faster and faster do you'll have any special family traditions for Christmas really we open packages on Christmas Eve we go to church we go somewhere to eat dinner and then we do it on Christmas Eve my parents because I was you know born in Germany came over my dad we didn't buy a Christmas tree until Christmas Eve early in the morning and then decorated it during the day and then went to church that night and then they we left it up for a week or so but whatever reason maybe it's because it was a little cheaper at the last minute I'm not sure why dad did that but it was it was kind of exciting all of Christmas Eve day was a pretty exciting day here we have the Church of the Nazarene and they are passionate about worshipping God reaching out to others and learning to be more like Jesus they have an upcoming event Saturday December the 16th from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. they have the angel breakfast so we're glad to have them in the Freid with us today now Christmas trees are put up almost before Thanksgiving yes yeah and I sometimes I get a little concerned with the live trees I mean how do you keep them fresh needles not falling off for that long period of time so anyway different ways we change we had a live trees for years and it's become a little more practical just to get a official one but you can make them look pretty and then spray that's a week yeah yeah it costs but by the way they were magnificent yes here we have mix 92.9 mm and they are Nashville's all Christmas music station which I'm glad to know because I was looking for Christmas music the other day in the car and they're with us today is the station vehicles and promotional team and they're happy to join us for the first time so we hope you guys will come back and visit with us you know they're an institution in this community they've been around a long long time and it is good event every time Christmas comes around you get to enjoy the music music yeah here we have mr. and Miss Motlow Community College Cameron draughty and Victoria Looney and they said they had to interview to get this position and their duties and responsibilities are to represent the college and community events like the Christmas parade and represent a distinguished campus events and the Motlow gala and participate in homecoming and crowned the king and queen she's got the wave downs she's got to work on it a little bit now why do girls look what's up what's the principle behind that so you don't get your honor I'm sorry okay good honour for them and next we have sellers disposal service the sellers family has been part of this community for over 100 years and they're just disposal service was started in 1961 Wow they love the area here and they call it that's my ride home right there yeah it just put me in the back it's nice to see so many businesses that have been in business for well it's good for them they come out here and of course they get the free billboard in the advertisement of the people but they also get to see people get to see them smile and probably even interact some it opens the door it sure does here we have victory church and it's a brand new church opening its doors in January of 2018 at Rock Springs Middle School it's a multicultural multi-generational Church looking to help people catch a glimpse of the unique vision God has for their lives and to have the courage to take the steps to live it out well they've taken a bold step to open up your believing by faith fair work so good for them by the way I love the fact that we have this music underneath all the time so you don't have to speak all the time just enjoy the music at times and then listen to all your good information did you participate in a church Christmas program oh yeah well it's a little kid going up because we went to a Christian school so we worked really hard on doing a Christmas program and it was it was the highlight of the whole year yeah I have vivid memories I mean that's like third fourth fifth sixth grade and it's like what's yesterday I remember practicing and practicing not to embarrass ourselves and we were so proud see that's why we don't think about it but these kid like you said these kids will never forget that or forget this that was a faithful thrill here we have Cindy Cinderella's talent Academy has been in Middle Tennessee for over 40 years and they offer classes in Baton dance modeling tumbling recreational cheer and all-star competitive cheer Wow I've watched some of that competitive cheer competition I think at that national level stuff that's who oh look at her there she goes whoa lots of it you know I used to do that the look on your face was priceless off his list already anyway really are Thanks oh here's a little one going up oh yeah oh look at him there next they're the ones watching the big girls and look at them Alma carrying one I think she'll be tired who will mom or the kids yeah that's for sure you know I think this has been one of our largest Christmas parades we really it sure is and I'm sure the weather has something to do with that but I think it's also people have heard about and want to be a part of what did you tell me the beginning 127 and 327 and oh my goodness and they said we had seven different entries that wanted to get in this morning so yeah but they finally realize how big a deal it is and be worthwhile to be there I don't you know my daughters are grown and you know your children had grown but they'll always be that age I always remember when they were at that age and she's working on the way I've played a lot of Barbies and had a lot of tees city well look at this one in the van oh yeah got a little tiara you know memory popped up but seven years ago it was a picture of Parker at a ball game and the blink of an eye on their growth yeah here we have home for Heroes which was established shortly following the events of 9/11 as a way to give back and say thank you to our nation's heroes where we're when heroes work with homes for Heroes real estate affiliate specialists and local businesses they receive Hero rewards which are easy ways for firefighters law enforcement officers military health care workers EMS and teachers to say significant dollars when buying selling or refinancing a home and here is Bill Ketron who's going to be running for County mayor this year and then we have Stones River Baptist Church which is located on San Ridley Parkway on the corner of San Ridley and Jefferson boy hike and it was established in the nineteen fifties and still maintains his traditional Southern Baptist heritage I'd say they've been waiting quite a while yeah on the parade route yeah because they it kind of starts here but they're all lined up back around the corner we're next that's right here we have in point performance studio it's a dance studio located in Antioch offering recreational and competitive dance and tumbling the classes are offered two ages three to eighteen and their competition team will be competing at many competitions this upcoming year so we're glad to have them with us I like that I think about that at times because you always grew up with kind of the traditional sports but if you do something in this case there's a bit of showmanship athleticism and it's a way for these young look at these young ladies smiles and their faces got a little lipstick one of my favorites Middle Tennessee electric and they've joined us for the third year in a row and we're so glad to have them with us and this year they brought one of their bucket trucks and it's all decked out for Christmas businesses you know Middle Tennessee electric is a wonderful partner for us here in the town of Smyrna if we have a need they're always willing to help they've got it you get some of these things situations in wintertime such oh look at the tractors tractor alley children's network that's Randy and Susan Woodard from from Smyrna they are here to introduce the world of farming and tractors to children and young people look how creative this is but that little hammock in the back that looks great to give kids the opportunity to connect with the outdoors have fun learn learn about the world around this their first year joining us so we're delighted to have them oh here they come little one bringing up the rear this is all things farm and they work with the rescue and Rehab of a variety of animals specializing in horses they also work with people with disabilities and children in the foster care system and include them in the care and love of their animals and this young lady looks like she's doing a great job on this pony it just it's a real connector I've done some stories for such makes these kids feel wonderful they've able to give them a confidence to be on an animal like that all right coming up after got famous days the legendary pit barbecue he brought his brand-new a hauler behind the truck it's part of the function there's nothing like Famous Dave's and they're celebrating their 11th year in Smyrna and it's 16th year here in Tennessee and they are always such givers back to the community I know their big foundation that they give to is Make A Wish and they've raised over half a million they sure have sure have here we have 102.9 the buzz and it's Nashville's rock station with free with free beer and hot wings morning show did your morning show have free if it did the show or show would have changed artists like three doors down Foo Fighters Pearl Jam Green Day Cage the Elephant and so much more go ahead and sing me something from Cage the Elephant from Cage the Elephant down the road we right now they I don't like to brag you know they also you can visit one or two nine the buzz online at 102 nine the buzz dot-com followed by 102.5 the game Nashville's best sports talk in the official flag substation station for the Nashville Predators that work with those folks on they're good folks working hard predators broadcast very popular you know I love going to a predators game the atmosphere my family came in with the grandkids and there were eight of us went to the game last weekend they played Montreal went into a shootout my grandsons were just wow because there were fights and everything and they do better than anybody they've changed the whole NHL the way they handle this the Stanley Cup final last year everybody in league's going we got to do some of that absolutely talking about excitement here we have the Rory Waldron Wildcat pom squad and they get ready to cheer for their girls a great set second grade through fifth grade in Luverne and in team spirit at school events with cheers and dance and their team their captains this year Aaliyah pointer and Amory Patterson and they work very hard at practice and her positive role models into school and I'll tell you being an athlete whether you're in the band or whether you're playing sport it's cheerlead or whatever it's a lot of time and effort because you're doing so much outside of just the school works and you got to study on top of that boy here's a big vehicle right here this is Smyrna ready-mix enjoys the parade because it's an event that brings together a family and friends they enjoy seeing the children's faces the excitement that it brings that is quite a cabin there behind there yeah they always do a great job of doing something very creative Wow bring me some of those yes I thought they'd forgotten about us they play in the fall at all ballgames they're involved in marching contests and many other school functions throughout the year they're under the direction of Richard Lutz and are bringing Santa to the are they really I love brass my father was quite a trumpet player I always said to myself my dad said why aren't you in the band I played sports but if I was in the band I'd be playing a piccolo because I weren't the smallest thing stand in the back and not have to carry that thing around all day no I'm you know beginning the tuba but it's wonderful good brass sound my dad always loved it making me think of him so Sorna high school that's where I graduated from in 1989 and it was the first year the school split so Smyrna and Laverne always split I gotcha so how'd they decide it was bizarre okay and here we have the rest of the marching Bulldogs bringing up the rear now those are some sizable horses right there that's horse power and that is the Sheriff's Department mounted patrol special horses because no spooking at all you've got that siren going I'm getting a little excited not getting a little excited you know what this is the part everybody waits for in the entire parade I don't know how he has time gotta be so many places but he's kind enough to come to smarter today and you know what but maybe you're in between maybe you still have a chance between I have to buy my way out to the list at this point but he sure makes an entrance doesn't he and he brought the little missus with him today weeks ago Santa we've been very good this year that's it I feel like he's looking at me he is looking at you I don't like the eye I cannot tell you how much we appreciate you coming to be look you do all the work you've got all the wonderful information and you know the people it is just a joy to spend some time with you and crack a joke here and there it's just fun for me yeah well you're always welcome in the town of Smyrna and we hope you'll come back to events other than just the sort of Christmas well you call me I'll come a-running great well from Rudy and I and from the Smyrna Town Council we'd like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year hope to see you at this Werner Christmas parade next year Merry Christmas Merry Christmas you



17 U.S. Representatives had been elected in April 1808 to a term in the 11th United States Congress beginning on March 4, 1809. William Denning never took his seat, and eventually resigned, leaving a vacancy in the 2nd District. The other 16 representatives' term would end on March 3, 1811. The congressional elections were held together with the State elections in late April 1810, about ten months before the term would start on March 4, 1811, and about a year and a half before Congress actually met on November 4, 1811.

Congressional districts

After the U.S. census of 1800, New York's representation in the House was increased to 17 seats. On March 30, 1802, the New York State Legislature had re-apportioned the congressional districts, dividing New York County seemingly at random into two districts. After the election of one Democratic-Republican and one Federalist in 1802, the Dem.-Rep. majority in the State Legislature gerrymandered the two districts together in an Act passed on March 20, 1804, so that two congressmen would be elected on a general ticket by the voters of both districts, assuring the election of two Democratic-Republicans. On April 8, 1808, the State Legislature re-apportioned the districts again, separating the 2nd and the 3rd District, and creating two districts with two seats each to be filled on a general ticket: the 2nd and the 6th.

Due to the double-seat districts, there were then only 15 districts; the 16th and 17th were eliminated.

The districts remained the same as at the previous elections in 1808. Only four new counties were created inside some districts: in the 5th D., Sullivan Co. was split from Ulster Co.; in the 7th D., Schenectady Co. was split from Albany Co.; in the 8th D., Franklin Co. was split from Clinton Co.; and in the 15th D., Niagara Co. was split from Genesee Co.

Note: There are now 62 counties in the State of New York. The counties which are not mentioned in this list had not yet been established, or sufficiently organized, the area being included in one or more of the abovementioned counties.


12 Democratic-Republicans and 5 Federalists were elected to the 12th Congress, and one Democratic-Reopublican to fill the vacancy in the 11th Congress. The incumbents Sage, Emott, Livingston, Sammons, Gold, Tracy and Porter were re-elected. Mitchill was elected to fill the vacancy, and to succeed himself in the next Congress.

1810 United States House election result
District Democratic-Republican Federalist
1 Ebenezer Sage 3,362 David Gardiner 235
2 Samuel L. Mitchill 6,203 John B. Coles[1] 5,621
William Paulding, Jr. 6,175 Peter A. Jay 5,597
3 Pierre Van Cortlandt, Jr. 3,944 John Bradner[2] 2,226
4 Daniel C. Verplanck 2,994 James Emott 3,125
5 Thomas B. Cooke 3,057 Gerrit Abeel[3] 2,813
6 Roger Skinner 7,033 Robert Le Roy Livingston 7,367
James L. Hogeboom 7,033 Asa Fitch 7,366
7 John V. Veeder[4] 2,324 Harmanus Bleecker 3,163
8 Benjamin Pond 3,560 James McCrea 2,623
9 Thomas Sammons 3,628 Richard Van Horne[5] 3,266
10 Silas Stow 3,571 Simeon Ford[6] 3,387
11 Thomas Skinner 3,675 Thomas R. Gold 4,079
12 Arunah Metcalf 3,975 John M. Bowers 3,094
13 Uri Tracy 4,357 Nathaniel Waldron 2,884
14 Daniel Avery 4,570 John Harris 1,975
15 Peter B. Porter 4,804 Ebenezer F. Norton 3,331
2 Special Samuel L. Mitchill John B. Coles

Note: The Anti-Federalists called themselves "Republicans." However, at the same time, the Federalists called them "Democrats" which was meant to be pejorative. After some time both terms got more and more confused, and sometimes used together as "Democratic Republicans" which later historians have adopted (with a hyphen) to describe the party from the beginning, to avoid confusion with both the later established and still existing Democratic and Republican parties.

Aftermath and special election

Samuel L. Mitchill took his seat in the 11th United States Congress on December 4, 1810.

The House of Representatives of the 12th United States Congress met for the first time at the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., on November 4, 1811, and 16 representatives took their seats on this day.[7] Only Paulding arrived later, and took his seat on November 28, 1811.[8]

Robert Le Roy Livingston resigned his seat on May 6, 1812. A special election to fill the vacancy was held in the former 6th District (the didtricts had been re-apportioned in the meanwhile) at the next congressional election in December 1812, and was won by Thomas P. Grosvenor, of the same party. Grosvenor took his seat on January 29, 1813.


  1. ^ John B. Coles, state senator 1800-02
  2. ^ John Bradner, of Orange Co., assemblyman 1786
  3. ^ Gerrit (or Garret) Abeel, assemblyman 1796 and 1798-99
  4. ^ John Veeder, of Schenectady, state senator 1806-09
  5. ^ Richard Van Horne (b. ca. 1770, d. March 12, 1823 Danube), assemblyman 1808-09
  6. ^ Simeon Ford, DA of Herkimer Co. 1818-23, assemblyman 1820-21 and 1822
  7. ^ Abridgment of the Debates in Congress from 1789 to 1856 (Vol. IV; page 424)
  8. ^ Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States (page 88)


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