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GEORGIA. George Handley, 1. George Walton,
2. H. Osborne,
3, John King.
SECOND PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION-1793.
George Washington was again unanimously elected President, receiving 132 votes. Joun Adams was elected Vice-President, receiving 77 votes; while George Clinton had 50 votes, Thomas Jefferson 4, and Aaron Burr 1. The Electors were :
14. John Bowyer,
VIRGINIA. John Wise, 1. Nathaniel Wilkinson, 8. Stephen T. Mason, 2. John Early,
9. John Roane, Jr., 3. William 0. Callis, 10. Moses Hunter, 4. Catesby Jones, 11. James Murdough, 5. Elias Langham,
12. Archibald Stuart, 6. Daniel C. Brent, 13. Michael Bailey, 7. John Dawson,
NORTH CAROLINA. Stephen Cahames, 1. Alfred Moore,
5. Benjamin Smith, 2. John Mocon,
6. John M. Binford, 3. Joel Sane,
7. Matthew Lock, 4. R. D. Spaight,
South CAROLINA. Charles C. Pinckney, 1. Andrew Pickens, 3. John Barnwell, 2. John Hunter,
4. Edward Rutledge,
John L. Taylor.
GEORGIA. Benjamin Taliaferro, 1. John King,
2. Seaborn Jones.
R. C. Anderson, 1. Benjamin Logan,
8. Peter Dange,
5. Robert Anderson,
2. Notley Conn.
* Not present.
THIRD PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION-1797.
John Adams was elected President, receiving the entire vote of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New York, New Jersey and Delaware, with 10 scattering votes from other States, making 71 of the 140 votes cast. Thomas JEFFERSON was elected Vice-President, having the next highest number of votes, 68; while Thomas Pinkney had 58, Aaron Burt 30, Samuel Adams 15, Oliver Ellsworth 11, George Clinton 7, John Jay 5, James Iredell 3, Samuel Johnston 2, George Washington 2, John Henry 2, Charles C. Pinckney 1. The Electors were :
John Neilson, 1. Aaron Ogden, 2. John Blackwood,
5. Elisha Lawrence.
3. Jonathan Rhea, 4. William Colefas,
FOURTH PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION-1801.
Thomas JEFFERSON and Aaron BURR having each received 73 of the 128 electoral votes cast, the choice devolved upon the House of Representatives. The 73 votes comprised all from the States of New York, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, South Carolina and Georgia, with 8 from Pennsylvania, 5 from Mary. land, and 8 from North Carolina. John Adams had 65 votes, Charles C. Pinckney 64, and John Jay 1. The Electors were:
Isaac Smith, 1. Thomas Sinnickson, 2. M. Williamson, Jr.,
Samuel S. Smith.
5. Joshua L. Howell.
3. Richard Stockton, 4. William Griffith,