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IOWA. Popular Vote for President-1844. DELEGATE, 1845. DELEGATE, 1843. States. Clay. Polk. Birney. Clay maj. Polk. Counties. Lowe, W. Dodge, L. Wallace. Dodge. N.Hamp. 17,866 27,160 4,161... Maine 34.378 45,719 4,836.... Clayton...... 81 101......with Delaw'e. Vermont. 26,770 18,041 3,954.... 8,729 126.. maj. 45 Mass.... 67,009 53,039 10,830....13,970 230...... new County. R. Island. 7,322 4,867 723...... 696 772 Conn.... 32,832 29,841 1,943.. 45...... maj. 255 N. York.232,482 237.588 15,812.. N. Jersey 38,318 37,495 131.. 480... with Delaw'e. Penn....161,203 167.535 3,138.... 354.. 443 317 Delaware 6,258 5,971 maj. 1...... new County. Maryland 35,984 32,676 maj. 153 Virginia. 43,677 49,570 534...... 346 517 Ohio....155,057 149,117 4 maj. Kentucky 61,255 51,988 no returns. N. Carol'a. 43,232 39.287 212......with Wash'n. S.Carol'a. (By Legislature. 74...... new County. Georgia.. 42,100 44,147 1118.. 846 Alabama. 26,084 37.740

360...

315..
93......

462

280.

238...

267

maj. 39 Indiana.. 67.867 70,181 2,106.
270 Illinois
45,528 57,920 3,570.
245......with Wash'n. Michigan. 24,237 27,703 3,632..
new County. Miss..... 19,206 25,126
303... ... 256
284 Tenn.... 60,030 59,917
233.
249 226 Louisiana 13 083 13,782
890...... 531 865 Missouri. 31,251 41,369
340......with Jeffers'n. Arkansas 5,504 9,546
maj. 11
4791

Clinton

141

Davis...
Des Moines.. 741

32

270

595

Delaware & r
Buchanan, S

Du Buque
Henry

Iowa

Jackson.. 218
Jefferson..... 469
Johnson...... 298
Jones.
90
Keokuk...... 150
Kishkekosh.. 58

Lee

679

Linn..

226

368

Louisa.
Mahaska..... 308
Marion... no returns.
Muscatine.... 296
Scott
218
Van Buren... 781
(Wapello 327
Washington.. 257

218.

Total ....6681 7513. .3372 Maj. for Dodge..832; do. in '43......1419.

...

States.

New-York.... .Albany..
New-Jersey Trenton..
Pennsylvania .Harrisburg
Delaware.
..Dover
Maryland.. ..Annapolis
Virginia
..Richmond

North Carolina...Raleigh
South Carolina...Columbia

Georgia

Alabama.

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Mississippi..

Louisiana.

Tennessee

Kentucky.

Ohio

Indiana..

Illinois

Missouri

Michigan
Arkansas

Florida..

Milledgeville
.Tuscaloosa

Jackson..
..New-Orleans
..Nashville...

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TIMES OF HOLDING ELECTIONS.

Seats of Government.
..Augusta..

Maine..

(New-Hampshire..Concord

Vermont

..Montpelier

Massachusetts....Boston..

Times of holding Elections. Legislature meets. .2d Monday in September....1st Wednesday in January. ..2d Tuesday in March........1st Wednesday in June. ....1st Tuesday in September...2d Thursday in October. ..2d Monday in November.....1st Wednesday in January. Rhode Island ....Providence & Newport.. 1st Wednesday in April .....1st Wednesday in May. Connecticut .....Hartford New-Haven.1st Monday in April ........1st Wednesday in May. .Tuesday after 1st Mon. in Nov. 1st Tuesday in January. .Tuesday after 1st Mon. in Nov.1st Monday in January. ..2d Tuesday in October......1st Monday in January. ..2d Tuesday in November....Ist Wednesday in December.) .1st Wednesday in October...Last Monday in December. 3d Thursday in April........1st Monday in December. ..1st Thursday in August.. ...3d Monday in November. ..2d Monday in October.... .4th Monday in November. ..1st Monday in October ......1st Monday in November. .1st Monday in August.... ..1st Monday in December. ..1st Monday in November....1st Monday in January. ..1st Monday in January. ..1st Monday in October. ..1st Monday in December. ......1st Monday in December.

..Frankfort
..Columbus..

1st Monday in July...
..1st Thursday in August..
.1st Monday in August
.2d Tuesday in October
..1st Monday in August..
...1st Monday in August

...Indianapolis.
..Springfield.

..1st Monday in December ..1st Monday in December. ..3d Monday in November.

Jefferson City.
..Detroit...

.1st Monday in August.
..1st Monday in November....1st Monday in January.
Little Rock..
.1st Monday in October
Tallahassee............4th Monday in May

4th Monday in June.

113

5,106

6,332(

5,893

2,047

11,656

2,314)

12392)

3,466)

5,920

699) 10,118) 4,042)

Total..1,288,533 1,327,325 62.263.. -51,828 90,620
Polk over Clay, 38,792; Clay and Birney over
Polk, 23,471. South Carolina not included.

All the States but South Carolina choose their Electors by a Popular Vote.

**The Presidential Electors of each State are hereafter, according to an act of the last Congress, to be chosen uniformly on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November.

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