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1799 New Yorks 1st congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Yorks 1st congressional district December 27–29, 1799 to fill a vacancy left by the death of Jonathan N. Havens on October 25, 1799.

                                               

1800 Pennsylvanias 8th congressional district special election

Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 7th Congress in 1800 and 1801, at the same time as the 1800 presidential election, in which Vice President Thomas Jefferson, a Democratic Republican, defeated incumbent President Joh ...

                                               

1800 New Hampshires at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Hampshires at-large congressional district on August 25, 1800 to fill a vacancy left by William Gordon resigning to accept an appointment as New Hampshire Attorney General on June 12, 1800.

                                               

1800 Virginias 13th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Virginias 13th congressional district on July 31, 1800 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation, on June 7, 1800, of John Marshall, who was named Secretary of State by President John Adams.

                                               

1800 United States House of Representatives election in Connecticut

Of the 7 Connecticut incumbents, 5 were re-elected. Note: between the two used sources, there is disagreement about the ordering of the candidates. Both sources have the same number of recorded votes, but disagree on which candidates received tho ...

                                               

1800 Connecticuts at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in Connecticuts at-large congressional district on September 15, 1800 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Jonathan Brace in May, 1800.

                                               

1800–1801 United States House of Representatives elections in Massachusetts

Of the 14 Massachusetts incumbents, only half were re-elected. Massachusetts law requires a majority in the elections, which were not present in the 1st and 6th districts, requiring a second trial that has been postponed until 1801.

                                               

1800 Massachusettss 3rd congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 3rd congressional district on December 15, 1800 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Samuel Lyman on November 6, 1800.

                                               

1800 Massachusettss 4th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 4th congressional district on August 25, 1800, and October 20, 1800, to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Dwight Foster after his election to the Senate, the second election required because t ...

                                               

1800 Massachusettss 10th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 10th congressional district on August 25, 1800 and October 20, 1800 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Samuel Sewall.

                                               

1800 United States House of Representatives elections in New York

The 1800 United States House of Representatives elections in New York were held from April 29 to May 1, 1800, to elect ten U.S. Representatives to represent the State of New York in the United States House of Representatives of the 7th United Sta ...

                                               

1800 United States House of Representatives elections in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania was divided into 12 districts, one of which the 4th was a plural district, with 2 Representatives. This was the last election which used these districts. The 12th district consisted of Allegheny and Washington Counties. The 5th distr ...

                                               

1800–1801 United States House of Representatives elections in Rhode Island

Of the 2 Rhode Island incumbents, neither were re-elected. Rhode island went on a combined ticket for the two seats, instead of electing each separately. Only got one candidate a majority in the elections in 1800, 1801 requiring the election to c ...

                                               

1800 United States House of Representatives elections in South Carolina

Of the 6 South Carolina incumbents, only 3 were re-elected. South Carolina went on a combined ticket for the two seats, instead of electing each separately. Only got one candidate a majority in the elections in 1800, 1801 requiring the election t ...

                                               

1800 United States House of Representatives elections in Vermont

Only 1 of the 2 Vermont incumbents were re-elected. The law of Vermont requires a candidate to win a majority to take office requiring election in the 2nd East district.

                                               

1800 United States Senate election in Vermont

The United States Senate elections of 1800 and 1801 were elections for the United States Senate that, coinciding with their takeover of the White House, led to the Democratic-Republican Party taking control of the United States Senate. Although t ...

                                               

April 1800 United States Senate special election in New York

The first 1800 United States Senate special election in New York was held on April 3, 1800, by the New York State Legislature to elect a U.S. Senator to represent the State of New York in the United States Senate.

                                               

November 1800 United States Senate special election in New York

The second 1800 United States Senate special election in New York was held on November 6, 1800, by the New York State Legislature to elect a U.S. Senator to represent the State of New York in the United States Senate.

                                               

1801 Pennsylvanias 8th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Pennsylvanias 8th congressional district on January 15, 1801 to fill a vacancy left by the death of Thomas Hartley on December 21, 1800

                                               

1801 Georgias at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in Georgias at-large congressional district on March 23, 1801 to fill a vacancy left by the death of James Jones on January 11, 1801, before the start of the 7th Congress. His death had also left a vacancy in the 6th C ...

                                               

1801 Massachusettss 4th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 4th congressional district August 24, 1801 to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Levi Lincoln Sr. on March 5, 1801, before the first session of Congress, upon being appointed U.S. Attorney Ge ...

                                               

1801–1802 Massachusettss 12th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 12th congressional district on five occasions between September 25, 1801 and July 29, 1802 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Silas Lee on August 20, 1801, prior to the beginning of the 1st ...

                                               

1801 Massachusettss 14th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Massachusettss 14th congressional district to fill the vacancy left by George Thatcher declining to serve a 7th term, having served continuously since the 1st Congress and, after the death of Thomas Hartley in Penns ...

                                               

1801 New Yorks 6th congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Yorks 6th congressional district October 6–8, 1801 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of John Bird on July 26, 1801, prior to the first meeting of the 7th Congress.

                                               

1801 North Carolinas 8th congressional district special election

A special election was held in North Carolinas 8th congressional district on August 6, 1801 to fill a vacancy created when David Stone resigned upon being elected to the Senate before the 7th Congress began.

                                               

1801 Pennsylvanias 4th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Pennsylvanias 4th congressional district on October 13, 1801 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Peter Muhlenberg on March 3, 1801, prior to the beginning of the 7th Congress. Muhlenberg had been elected to ...

                                               

1801 Pennsylvanias 12th congressional district special election

A special election was held in Pennsylvanias 12th congressional district on October 13, 1801 to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Albert Gallatin in May, 1801, prior to the first meeting of the 7th Congress, after being appointed Secret ...

                                               

1801 United States House of Representatives election in Tennessee

Claiborne did not serve in the 7th Congress as he was appointed Governor of Mississippi Territory and was replaced in a special election by William Dickson

                                               

1802 Mississippi Territorys at-large congressional district special election

Elections to the United States House of Representatives for the 8th Congress were held at various dates in each state, from April 26, 1802 to December 14, 1803 during Thomas Jeffersons first term in office. It was common in the early years of the ...

                                               

April 1802 Georgias at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in Georgias at-large congressional district on April 26, 1802 to fill a vacancy caused by the 1802 resignation of Benjamin Taliaferro. David Meriwether Democratic-Republican 86.95%. William Bryant 2.94%. (Уильям Брайан ...

                                               

December 1802 Georgias at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in Georgias at-large congressional district on December 15, 1802 to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of John Milledge, who had been elected Governor of Georgia. The winner would only finish the term ending Marc ...

                                               

1802 Marylands 2nd congressional district special election

A special election was held in Marylands 2nd congressional district on March 2, 1802 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Richard Sprigg, Jr. on December 11, 1801.

                                               

1802 New Hampshires at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Hampshires at-large congressional district on August 30, 1802 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Joseph Peirce earlier that year.

                                               

1802 United States House of Representatives elections in New York

The 1802 United States House of Representatives elections in New York were held from April 27 to 29, 1802, to elect 17 U.S. Representatives to represent the State of New York in the United States House of Representatives of the 8th United States ...

                                               

1802 North Carolinas 8th congressional district special election

A special election was held in North Carolinas 8th congressional district on October 15, 1802 to fill a vacancy left by the death of Charles Johnson on July 23, 1802.

                                               

1802 United States House of Representatives elections in Pennsylvania

In the previous election, 13 Representatives 10 Democratic-Republicans and 3 Federalists had been elected to the 7th Congress. Two both Democratic-Republicans had resigned and were replaced in special elections by others of the same party.

                                               

1802 South Carolinas 4th congressional district special election

A special election was held in South Carolinas 4th congressional district on April 12–13, 1802 to fill a vacancy resulting from the resignation of Thomas Sumter on December 15, 1801, upon being elected to the Senate.

                                               

1801 United States Senate special election in Pennsylvania

The 1801 United States Senate special election in Pennsylvania was held on December 17, 1801. George Logan was elected by the Pennsylvania General Assembly to the United States Senate.

                                               

1802 United States Senate election in Vermont

The United States Senate elections of 1802 and 1803 were elections for the United States Senate which had the Democratic-Republican Party assume an overwhelming control thereof. As this election was prior to ratification of the seventeenth amendm ...

                                               

1802 United States Senate special election in Delaware

The Delaware United States Senate special election for 1802 was held on January 14, 1802. Senator Henry Latimer had resigned after becoming unhappy over the tactics of his political opponents who were still bitter over the circumstances of the co ...

                                               

1802 United States Senate special election in New York

The 1802 United States Senate special election in New York was held on February 9, 1802, by the New York State Legislature to elect a U.S. Senator to represent the State of New York in the United States Senate.

                                               

1802 United States Senate election in Pennsylvania

The 1802 United States Senate election in Pennsylvania was held on December 14, 1802. Samuel Maclay was elected by the Pennsylvania General Assembly to the United States Senate.

                                               

1803 Georgias at-large congressional district special election

A special election was held in Georgias at-large congressional district on October 3, 1803 to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation, before the start of the 8th Congress, of John Milledge, who had been elected Governor of Georgia.

                                               

1803 United States House of Representatives elections in Maryland

Maryland gained 1 seat in reapportionment after the 1800 census. Rather than increasing the number of districts, however, Maryland made the Maryland 5 a plural district with 2 seats.

                                               

1802–1803 United States House of Representatives elections in Massachusetts

Massachusetts increased 3 seats to 17 in reapportionment after the 1800 census. Massachusetts law at the time required a majority for election to an office, which requirement was not met in the 6th district, requiring two additional ballots.

                                               

1803 United States House of Representatives election in New Jersey

New Jersey increased its apportionment from 5 seats to 6 after the 1800 census. The Federalists did not conduct official candidates in 1802, but few Federalists received scattered votes.

                                               

1803 New Yorks 6th congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Yorks 6th congressional district September 14–16, 1803 to fill a vacancy left by the death of Isaac Bloom on April 26, 1803, after the start of the 8th Congress, but before the first session began.

                                               

1803 New Yorks 7th congressional district special election

A special election was held in New Yorks 7th congressional district April 26–28, 1803 to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Representative-elect John Cantine

                                               

1802–1803 United States House of Representatives elections in Vermont

Vermont increased its apportionment from 2 seats to 4 after the 1800 census. Vermont law at the time required a majority of votes to win an office, which frequently necessitated additional ballots.

                                               

1803 United States House of Representatives elections in Virginia

Virginia increased its apportionment from 19 to 22 seats after the 1800 census. Virginias congressional delegation remained the largest of any state, but would lose this distinction permanently after the Census of 1810. Elections were held over t ...