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STATES.

George Washington,

of Virginia.
John Adams,

of Massachusetts.
Robert H. Harrison,
of New York.

of Maryland.
John Rutledge,

of South Carolina.
John Jay,
John Hancock,

of Massachusetts.
George Clinton,
Samuel Huntington,
of New York.

of Connecticut.
John Milton,

of Georgia.
James Armstrong,

of Georgia.
Benjamin Lincoln,

of Massachusetts.
Edward Telfair,

of Georgia.
Vacancies.

No. entitled to vote.

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NOTE.—The voting at this time by the electors was according to the old clause of the Constitution (urt. II, sec. 2), which required the electors to vote for two persons, the one receiving the majority to be President, and the one receiving the next greatest number to

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The National Conventions and
Platforms of All PoliticalParties

Thomas Hudson McKee

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