By Prof. Richard G. C. Johnston, Henry E. Brady
Do political crusade occasions be sure election winners? For too lengthy, political scientists argued that concerns, no longer campaigns, determinedwhether politicians gained or misplaced. newshounds and occasion activists, on theother hand, committed their power to refining applicants' public photographs, via occasions, ads and media appearances. CapturingCampaign results brings jointly an exceptional record of specialists in theemerging box of crusade results to review the effect of campaignson our political cultur
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They also chose two additional electors. Those chosen by popular vote are marked with an asterisk (*). The districts were the same as those used to elect the state’s representatives to Congress. ¡st Western *Simon Larned –– Roseten Truman Wheeler scattering 748 499 426 493 Thomas Rice Amos Stoddard David Coney scattering 325 157 130 161 2nd Eastern (District of Maine) *Stephen Longfellow Lemuel Wells 418 123 3rd Eastern (District of Maine) *Nathaniel Wells Ichabod Goodwin 390 92 SOURCE—Manuscript returns.
South Carolina Electors chosen by the legislature Tennessee The legislature chose three electors from each county in the state who in turn picked one elector from each of three districts in the state. 7%) SOURCE—Richmond Examiner, November 2¡, ¡800. NOTES 1. All the Republican electors cast votes for Je›erson and Burr creating a tie and throwing the election into the House of Representatives. On the 36th ballot Je›erson was elected ten states to four, and two evenly divided. All Federalist electors voted for Adams and Pinckney, except one in Rhode island who voted for Adams and cast his other vote for John Jay.
Third —(Lancaster) Intelligencer & Weekly Advertiser, December ¡2, ¡8¡2. Electors chosen by the legislature Maryland Louisiana Electors chosen by the legislature Kentucky 1st District (four elected) no returns located 2nd District (four elected) Richard Taylor (D-R) William Logan (D-R) William Irvine (D-R) Robert Mosby (D-R) Willis Green (F) Joshua Newell (F) 3,314 3,009 3,009 2,293 144 129 3rd District (four elected) Thomas D. Owings (D-R) 5,187 Electors were chosen by district, and these returns are below the county returns.