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ⓘ 1800 Connecticut's at-large congressional district special election




                                     

ⓘ 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.

                                     
  • Its elections were held October 13, 1812. Ohio s 3rd congressional district special election 1813 Ohio s 6th congressional district special election 1813
  • reapportionment after the 1800 census. Elections were held October 4, 1802. December 1802 Georgia s at - large congressional district special election 1802 and 1803
  • Democratic - Republican elected to the new 2nd district was elected in the ensuing special election to fill the at - large district for the remainder of the 17th Congress
  • after the 1800 census. New Hampshire s at - large congressional district special election 1802 United States House of Representatives elections 1802 and
  • previous elections there had been ten congressional districts After the U. S census of 1800 Congress re - apportioned the seats, and New York s representation
  • Congress and 15th United States Congress. Special elections are sorted by date then district Connecticut elected its members September 16, 1816. Delaware
  • former 14th district of Massachusetts was elected as one of the first two senators for Maine. The vacancy was filled in a special election by Joseph Dane
  • elections. Not including special elections Former U. S President John Quincy Adams was elected from Massachusetts s 11th district becoming the first former

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