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FIFTEENTH TERM--March 4, 1845, to March 4, 1849.-Number of electors, 26.
Prewident-James K. l'olk, Tennessee,
Vice-President- Geurge M. Dallas, Pennsylvania,

James K. Polk elected President, and George M. Dallas Vice-President.

SIXTEENTH TERJI-March 4, 1849, to March 4, 1853.-Number of electors, 26.
President-- achary Taylor, Louisiana,
Vice-1'rexlient-illard Fillmore, New York,

Zachary Taylor erected President, and Millard Fillmore Vice-President,

SEVENTEENTH TERU--March 4, 1853, to March 4, 1857.-Number of electors, 37.
Prenlilent--Franklin l'ierce, New Hampshire,
Vire-l'resident-Williain R. King. Alahama,

Franklin Pierce elected President, and William R. King Vice-President,

EIGHTEENTH TERM-March 4, 1857, to March 4, 1801.-Number of electors, 27.
President-- James Buchanan, l'ennsylvania,
Vlee. l'resident-John C. Breckenridge, Kentucky,

James Buchanan ciected I'resident, and Julin C. Bieckenridge Vice-liesident.

NINETEENTU TERJMarch 4, 1861, to March 4, 1863.-Number of e'ectors, 27. l'resident-Abbruliaru Lincolli, Ulinois. Vive.l'resident-Hubuibal Hamlin, Muine,

Abraham Lincoln elected President, and Hannibal Hamlin Vice-P'resident.

TWENTIETH TERM--March 4, 1835, to March 4, 1860.-Number of electors, 26.
President- Abraham Lincoln, Minols,
Vice-l'risidleut-- andrew Johnson, Tennessce,

Abraham Lincoln re-elected 'resident, and Andrew Johnson elected Vice-President.

TWENTY-FIRST TERV- March 4, 1809, to March 4, 1873.- Number of electors, 26.
President-llreses S. Grant, Mlinois,
Vice-l'residente Sonuyler Colfax, Indiana,

Ulysses S. Grant elected President, and Schuyler Colfax Vice-President.

TITESTY-SECOND TERM - March 4, 1873, to March 4, 1877—Number of electors, 29.
President Ulysses S. Grant, Minois,
Vier-l'resident- Henry Wilson, Massachusetts,
Ulysses S. Graut re-elected President, and Henry Wilson elected Vice-President.

TIENTY-THIRD TERM-March 4, 1877, to March 4, 1881.---Number of electors, 29.
President Rutherford B. Harex, Ohio,
Vice-l'resident- William A. Whee'er, New York,

Kuile ford B. Hures declare! I'minleri, and William Wiceler Vice-President, by the electoral comunission appointed according to act of Congress.

TWENTY-FOURTH TERM-Murrh 4, 1881, to March 4, 1885, -Number of electors, 29.
President- James A. Garfield, Ohio,
Vice-President-(hester A. Arthur, New York,
James A. Garfield elected I'resident, and Chester A. Arthur Vice-President.

TWENTY-FIFTII TERDI—Jinrch 4, 1885. to March 4, 1889.-Number of electors, 30.
President - James (i. Birinc. Moine,
Vice-l'resident John A. Logan, Minois,

Grover Cleveland elected President, and Thomas A. Hendricks Vice-President.

TWENTY-SIXTA TERM-March 4, 1889, to March 4, 1893.-Number of electors, 30.
President-- Benjamin Harrison. Iniliana,
Vice-President- Ieri P. Morton, New York,

Benjamin Harrison electent l'resident, and Levi P. Morton Vice-President.

TITEXTY-SEVENTH TERM - March 4, 1893, to March 4, 1897.-Number of electors, 32.
President-- Benjamin Ilxrrisiin, indiana,
Vier-Presklent-Whitelav Reill. New York,

Grurer (preland elected l’resident, and Adlai E. Stevenson Vice-President.

TWENTY-EIGHTH TERM–March 4, 1897, to March 4, 1901.-Number of electors, 82.
President-lllliam McKinley, Ohio,
Virp.President-Gariet A. Hohart. New Jersey,

William McKinley elected President, and Garret A. Hobart Vice-President.

TILENTY-NINTH TENN-March 4, 1001, to March 4, 1905,-- Number of electors, 82.
Tirreldent- miam dcKinley, Ohin,
Vice-l'resident - Theodore Roosevelt, New York,

William McKinley Plerter President, and Theodore Roosevelt Vice-Presirent.

THIRTIETH TERM- Barch 4, 1905, to March 4, 1909.-Number of electors, 34.
Presilient- Thendore Roosevelt. New York,
Vice-l'resident-Charles W. Fairbanks, Indiana,

Theodore Roosevelt elected I'resident, and Charles W. Fairbanks Vice-President.

THIRTY-FIRST TERM-- March 4, 1909, to March 4. 1913.-Number of electors, 34.
Prevident - William H. Taft, Ollo,
Vice-President James s. Sherman, New York,

William H. Taft elerted President, and James S. Sherman Vice-President.

THIRTY-SECOND TERJ--March 4, 1013, to March 4, 1917.--Number of electors, 38.
President - Theodore Rooserelt, New York,
Vice-President-Hiram W. Johnson, ('alifornia,

Woulrow Wilson clected President, and Thomas R. Marshall Vice-President.

THIRTY THIRD TERM-March 4, 1917. to March 4, 1921.-Number of electons, 38.
President-Charles F. Hughes, New York,
Vice-President-Charles 11. Fairhanks, Indiana,

Toolrow Wilson elected President, and Thomas R. Marshall Vice-President.

THIRTY-FOURTII TERM-March 4, 1921, to march 4, 1925.--Number of clectors, 38.
President-Warren G. Harding. Ohin,
Vice-President- (alvin Coolidge, Massachusetts,

Warren G. Harding elected President, and Calvin Coolidge Vice-President.

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POPULAR VOTE FOR UNITED STATES SENATOR OF

PENNSYLVANIA-1914-1920.

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1790. Thomas Mifflin, Democratic,

Arthur St. Clair, Federal, 1793. Thomas Mimlin, Democratic,

F. A. Muhienberg. Federal, 1796. Thomas Mifflin, Democratic,

F. A. Muhlenberg, Federal, 1799. Thomas McKean, Democratic,

James Ross, Federal,
1802. Thomas McKean, Democratic,

James Ross, of Pittsburgh, Federal,
James Ross, Federal,

Scattering,
1805. Thomas McKean. Independent Democratic,

Simon Snyder, Democratic,

Simon Snyder,
1808. Simon Snyder, Democratic,

James RORS, Federal,
John Spayd, Federal,

Scattering,
1811. Simon Snyder, Democratic,

William Tulghunan, Federal,

Scattering,
1814. Simon Snyder, Democratic,

Isaac Wayne, Federal,
George Lattimer, Independent,

Scattering,
181, William Findlay. Democratic,

Joseph Hlester, Federal,

Scattering, 1820. Joseph Hlester, Federal,

'yu iam Findlay, Democratic,

Scattering, 1823. J. Andrew Schulze, Democratic

Andrew Gregg, Federal,

Scattering, 1826. J. Andrew Schulze, Democratic,

John Sergeant, Federal,

Scattering,
1829. George Wolf, Democratic,

Joseph Ritner, Anti-Mason,
Scattering,

27.725

2,802 18,590 10,706 30.020

1,011 38.036 32,641 47.879

9,499 7,538

94 43.64 38,438

395 67.975 39,575 4,006

8 52,319 3.609 1,675 51.099 29.566

910

18 66.331 59,272

67.905 66,300

21 89.928 64,211

8 72.710

1,175 1,174 78.219 61.776 91,885 88,166 94,028 65,804 40,586 127, 825 122,321 130,504 113,473

763

23 160,322 156,040

2,566 146,081 128, 148 11, 247 1,861

6 168,522 168,225

48

24 186,489 178,034 1,850

67 203,822 166,991 2,194

33 188.846 146,139 28,168

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1832. George Wolf, Democratic,

Joseph Ritner, Ap.ti-Mason, 1885. Joseph Ritner, Anti-Mason,

George Wolf, Independent Democratic,

Henry A. Muhlenberg, Democratic, 1888. David R. Porter, Democratic,

Joseph Ritner, Anti-Mason, 1841, David R. Porter, Dernocratic,

John Banks, Whig,
F. J. I amoyne, Abolition,

Scattering,
1844. Francis R. Shunk, Democratic,

Joseph Markle, Whig,

F. J. Lamoyne, Abolition,
1847. Francis R. Shunk, Democratic,

James Irvin, whig,
E. G. Reigart, Native American,
F. J. La moyne, Abolition,

Scattering,
1848. William F. Johnston, Whig.

Morris Longstreth, Democratic,
E. B. Gazzam, Free Soil,

Scattering,
18 William Bigler, Democratic,

William F. Johnston, Whig,
Kimler Cleaver, Native American,

Scattering,
1854. James Pollock, Whig and American,

William Bigler, Democratic,
B. Rush Bradford, Free Soil,

Scattering,
1857. Wuliam F. Packer, Democratic,

David Wilmot, Free Soil,
Isaac Hazelhurst, American,

Scattering,
1860. Andrew G. Curtin, Republican,

Henry D. Foster, Democratic, 1863. Andrew G. Curtin, Republican,

George W. Woodward, Democratic,

Scattering, 1866. John W. Geary, Republican,

Hiester Clymer, Democratic, 1869. John W. Geary, Republican,

Asa Packer, Democratic, 1872. John F. Hartranft, Republican,

Charles R. Buckalew, Democratic,

S. B. Chase, Prohibition, 1875. John F. Hartranft, Republican,

Cyrus L. Pershing, Democratic,

R. Audley Brown, Prohibition, 1878. Henry M. Hoyt, Republican,

Andrew H. Dill, Democratic,
Samuel R. Mason, National Greenback,

Franklin H. Lane, Prohibition, 1882. Robert E. Pattison, Democratic,

James A. Beaver, Republican,
John Stewart, Independent Republican,
Thomas A. Armstrong, Greenback-Labor,

Alfred C. Pettit, Temperance, 1886. James A. Beaver, Republican,

Chauncey F. Black, Deinocratic,
Char es S. Wolf, Prohibition,

Robert J. Houston, Greenback, 1890. Robert E. Pattison, Democratic,

George W. Delamater. Republican,
John D. Gill, Prohibition,

T. P. Rynder, Labor,
1894. Daniel H. Hastings, Republican,

William M. Singerly, Democratic,
Charles L. Hawley, Prohibition,
Jerome T. Allman, People's,
Thomas H. Grundy, Socialist Labor,

Scattering,
1898. William A. Stone, Republican,

George A. Jenks, Democratic,
Silas C. Swallow, Prohibition,

People's
Liberty,
Honest Government,

262,346 230, 230 269,506 254,171

2 307,274 290,096 290,552 285,056 353,287 317,760

1,259 304,175 292.145

13,244 319,567 297,060 81,758

3,653 355,791 315,589 43,743 23,484

5, 196 412,285 309.634 32,458

4,835 464,209 447,655 16,108

224 574,801 333,404 23.433 19,464 1,733

182 476,206 358,300

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J. Mahlon Barnes, Socialist Labor,
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234 8,142 2,287 2,935 1,481 3.686 1,471 3,718 2,301 2.745 5,127 3,791 1,662 6,216 6,660

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1.355 11,717 17.490 3,574

12 81 24

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Allegheny,
Armstrong,
Bea ver,
Bedford,
Berks,
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Bradford,
Bucks,
Butler.
Caubria,
Carneron,
Carhoo,
Cutre,
Chester,
Uluriuo,
Oltarteld.
Culoton.
Columbia,
Crawford,
Oumberland,
Dauphia,
Delaware,
LIK,
Erie,
Payette,
Forest,
Franklin,
Fulton,
Greene,
Huntingdon,
Indiana,
Jelenson,
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Lackawanna,
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Lawrence,
Lebanon,
Lebigh,
Luzerne,
Lycoming,
McKean,
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Yimin,
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Montgomery,

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Northumberland,
Perry.
Phlladelphia,
Pike,
Potter,
Schuylkill,
Snyder.
Somerset.
Sullivan.
Susquehanna,
Tioga,
Union,
Vepango.

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Wayne,
Westinorelaod.
Wyoming
York,

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