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Warren H. Vinton

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Warren H. Vinton (born 1825, Paris, Maine)[1] was an American politician from Maine. Vinton represented Gray, Maine in the Maine House of Representatives and was elected from Cumberland County to the Maine Senate in five separate elections. In 1878, Vinton was elected Senate President.[2]

A Republican, Vinton ran for governor as an Independent Republican in 1882. He received only 289 votes and finished in 5th and last place to Republican Frederick Robie.[3] Upon losing, Vinton became a Democrat.[2]

Vinton was born Warren Whitefield Bessey, but changed his name in 1846 to Warren Howard Vinton,[4] after a neighbor who raised him.[2] His parents were Warren and Margery Bessey.[5]

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  1. ^ Lapham, William Berry; Maxim, Silas P. (1884). "Warren H. Vinton". History of Paris, Maine: From Its Settlement to 1880, with a History of the Grants of 1736 & 1771, Together with Personal Sketches, a Copious Genealogical Register and an Appendix. authors. p. 442. Retrieved 17 February 2020.
  2. ^ a b c "Maine Memory Network - Warren H. Vinton, Gray, 1878". Retrieved 17 July 2014.
  3. ^ Dubin, Michael J. (2010-07-14). United States Gubernatorial Elections, 1861-1911: The Official Results by State and County. McFarland. pp. 245–. ISBN 9780786456468. Retrieved 17 July 2014.
  4. ^ Kind, Marquis Fayette (1901). Changes in names by special acts of the Legislature of Maine (1820-1895). p. 6. OCLC 692156326. Retrieved 17 February 2020 – via Internet Archive.
  5. ^ Sons of the American Revolution Maine Society (1897). Maine in War, Organization and Officers of the Society, what the Society Has Accomplished, Constitution of the Society, Roll of Members, Officers of National Society, Constitution of the National Society. Portland: Thurston Print. p. 33 – via Internet Archive.

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