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CALIFORNIA.

Sargeant.Coffroth.,

Hartson.Johason SUPREME CT.'67. PRES.'68. PRES.'4. Contra Costa.1093 737 Lassen........ 209 123 Counties. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. El Dorado....1654 1706 Marin...

.... 521 440 Curry. Sprague. Grant.Seym'r. Linc. McCl.

Mono
....... 145

91 Mendocino... 587 1025 Alpine

146
95..
154 67.. 384

228 Nevada.......2979 2464 Napa ...... 771 646 Amador 871 916.. 1110 1224.. 1467

811 Placer ........1976 1236 Plumas....... 693 570 Alameda.. ..1067 754.. 1860 1262.. 1392 1199

Sacramento ..3083 2320 Shasta

563 Butte......... 839

811 750.. 1279 1245.. 1739 111 San Joaquin..2092 1808 Sierra......... 1309 Calaveras.....1062 1018.. 1143 1050.. 2071 1564

Tuolumne.... 987 1108 Siskiyou...... 832 920 Colusa

Solano .:... 199 442.. 359 699.. 274 425

Total....... 18264 15124 Sonoma ......1779 2407

...1505 1475 Contra Costa, 639 524.. 1091 738.. 958 522 Del Norte..... 147 159.. 162

563 173.. 167 139ov. James W. Cotfroth, El Dorado ....1313 1483.. 1676 1683.. 2949

Tehama ...... 349 2122

399

3140.
Fresno.
52 291..

381..
72
92 359

Trinity........ 501
III.

392

Hartson.Johnson. Humboldt 518 295..

769

262 507.. 423

Yolo.......... 998 1059

Butte.........1273 1248
Inyo

86..
113
100..

Yuba .........1315 1129
Colusa....

..... 359 705
Kern
....... 123 268.. 208

422..
Del Norte .... 162

173 Total ......15528 15792 Klamath... 65 139.. 137

139 122 Humboldt.... 766 505 James A. Johnsonov. Lake

128
375.. 248 454.. 213 405 Klamath

137 188|Chancel'r Hartson, 264. Lassen. 87 55.. 210 122.. 318 236 Lake.......... 246

4511 Los Angelos.. 430

854.. 748 1236.. 555 744
Marin
364 276.. 528 2402.. 685 410

OREGON.
Mariposa 455 670.. 456 663.. 767 842
Merced
30 209..

CONGRESS,'68. PRES.'68. PRES."64.
98
272..

76 Mendocino..

Counties. 460

778 835.. 621 1002.. 576

Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Mono 139 66.. 148 89.. 167

Logan.Smith. Grant.Seym'r.Linc. McCl. 138

Baker..
Monterey...

361
663.. 415
364

591.. 335
264

497.. 217

248 399., 580

Benton
593
684.. 735

543.. 536
572.. 752

549.. 345 ....... 536

592 Clackamas.... 657 632.. 673 Nevada .......2114 1758.. 3014 2455.. 2784 1793

592.. 588 Placer .......1565 1236.. 1987 1233.. 2314 1474 Columbia.....

Clatsop

....... 137 107. 120 95.. 140 Plumas........ 568

85 126.. 80

109..

71
518.. 712

Coos
Sacramento ..2019 1546.. 3207 2216.. 4192 1763 Curry ......... 84

......... 211

188.. 228 162.. 104 S. Bernardino. 160

32.. 83 378.. 243

35.. 313.. 263 San Diego ....

493 Douglas....... 676

682.. 755

648.. 564 32 109.. 129 235.. 97 197 San Francisco6157 7714..12183 13582..12665 8352 Jackson....... 525

Grant ......... 385 425.. 343 355.. San Joaquin..1529 1303.. 2101 1867.. 1849 1427 Josephine..... 174

805.

537 769. 467

208.. 158 S. Luis Obispo. 208

191.. 154 209.. 373 345.. 259 149 San Mateo.... 330

Lane .......... 658

600 268.. 628

834.. 659 775.. 586 417., 600

377 Santa Barbara 236

Linn...........1006 1302.. 1006 1230.. 822 80

934 315.. 428 301.. 343 Marion........1402

679 Santa Clara... 1629 1755.. 2307 2330.. 1930 1202

1062.. 1534 1019.. 1222

Multnomah...1121 1181.. 1280 1162.. 1224 771 Santa Cruz.... 684

497.. 1153 737.. 974 45 Polk........... 618 659.. 570 558.. 472 392 Shasta ........ 515 506.. 638 556.. 909

562 Tillamook

61 Sierra......... 933

64 43..

33 15 565.. 1328

794.. 2151 1037 Umatilla ..... 231 Siskiyou ...... 584

515 817.. 835

493.. 313 527.. 396 918., 925 953 Union......... 281 Solano

503.. 300 558.. 323

405 ..... 915 961.. 1541 1443.. 1255 908

Wasco......... 282 Sonoma.. .....1204 2139.. 1799 2402.. 2026 2336 Washington... 475

451.. 255 354.. 1148 1208 Stanislaus..... 143

328.. 507

221

315.. 457 347.. 350 642.. 277 Yamhill Sutter.....

594.. 625 556.. 486 348 541 570.. 581

561.. 677 Tehama.. .. 271 284.. 351

398.. 482

10580 11789..10961 11125.. 9888 8457 Trinity........ 487 397.. 595

461

Per cent. 391.. 653

.46.00 64' 00..49.17 60.83.. 63.94 46.06 Tulare ... 147 420.. 338 679.. 528 639

In 1868, whole vote for Congressman, 22369; Tuolumne.... 887 1121.. 994 1115.. 1589 1566

J. S. Smith over David Logan, 1209; whole Yolo

669
716..
995 1061.. 653 475

vote for President, 22086; Seymour's maj. 164. Yuba.

989 992., 1331 1112.. 1870 1333 In 1864, whole vote, 18345; Lincoln's maj. 1431, Soldiers' vote.

237
LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate.House.Joint Bai.

17............ 26 85638 38097..54592 54078..62134 43841 Democrats................13

Republicans................ 9 Per cent. 47.81 52. 19..80.24 19.16..68.63 41.37

30............43 In 1867, whöle vote for Justice of Supreme

Dem, maj..

4

13....... .17 Court, 74545; Royal T. Sprague over John Curry, 2269. in 1868, whole vote for President,

ARIZONA. 108670; Grant's maj. 514. In 1864, 105975; Lincoln's maj. 18293.

The regular election for Delegate to Congress LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate.House.Joint Bal. iature was held June 3, 1868. There was no

and for members of both houses of the Legls. Republicans

..23

30.......... 53 Democrats...

17

Territorial nominating convention, although 50.......... 67

the Democrats of Yavapai County urged one, Rep. majority.

6 Dem. 20 Dem.14 and failing to secure it, met at Wickenburg, CONGRESS, 1868.

and nominated John A. Rush for Delegate. A Districts. Rep.Dem.),

Pizley.Axtell. vigorous appeal_was made to the Democracy I.

Pixley.Axtell. Santa Barbara 422 307 throughout the Territory to support him, and Buena Vista..

Santa Clara...2277 2354 he received some Union votes in central and Fresno

70

380 Santa Cruz...1132 754 western Arizona upon local grounds, but GovInyo

113

100 Stanislaus .... 349 642 ernor Richard C. McCormick, who had been Kern.

421 Tulare..... 338 679 brought forward as an Independent Union can. Los Angelos,. 745 1208 Total ..20081 23632

didate, was elected by the largest majority

yet Mariposa.. 465 654 Merced.

'98

Samuel B. Axtell oy, given a delegate from the Territory. The vote Monterey .... 572

stood: For McCormick, 1263 ; for Rush,644; for 374 Francis M. Pixley,3551. Adams, Independent Democrat, 186. Total,

667 S. Bernardino 264

378 II.

Sargeant.Coffroth. 2093. In Yavapai County, Democrats only were San Diego

128 236 Alameda .....1855 1258 chosen to the Legislature; in the other four San Mateo,... 608 434 Alpine........ 152 68 counties the tickets were made up without re. 9. Francisco.11920 13800 Amador ......1102 1222 gard to party, and the members elected are S. Luis Obispo 372

344 Calaveras ....1146 1046' åbout oqually divided politically.

39..

346 586 363

...... 614

Total ....

-.. 2600

Total .....

208

T

14..

487..

ag SO of PL Sc 1

94. 69..

NEBRASKA.

Butler.Porter. Taffe.Popp'n Grant.Seym'r.
Gov'NOR,'68. CONGRESS,'68. PRES.'68. Washington ...397 183.. 399

188. 469

153 Counties. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.

York..

75

75

"-:inoreturn) Butler.Porter. Taffe.Popp'n. Grant.Seym'r. Total.. .8679 6188.. 8718 5992.. 9729 5439 Burt.

.291 165.. 289 167.. 325 143 Per cent.. 58.38 41.62..59.27 40.73.. 63.48 36.52 Butler..

36
36 14.. 44 16

In 1868, for Governor, 1867; David Butier
Cass.........
.706 508.. 731

791 450 over James R. Porter, 2491; for Congress, 14710 ; Cedar.

68
35.. 61

37..

53 29 John Taffe over Andrew J. Poppleton, 2720 ; Cumming. IOI

13!.. 102

130.. 132 ΙΙΟ for President, 15168; Grant's maj. 4290. Dakota.... 133 165.. 138 161.. 144

141 Legislature strongly Republican. Dixon.

60
64..
67
70..

61 52
Dodge.
.307 195.. 302 200.. 356 185

COLORADO. Douglas. 1762 1690.. 1755 1699., 1939 1567

VOTE FOR DELEGATE IN CONGRESS. Gage

.267

276

90.. 302 77 Hall.

Bradford. Belden.
168
165 72..

Counties.
190

Rep. Dem. Jefferson.....

Lake... 75

Bradford, Belden.

138 135 75

74 Johnson... ..282

Larimer.........107 142
138.. 287 137.. 333

98
Arapahoe ......

.691 478

Las Animas....251 366 Lancaster......320

Boulder.... 132.. 315 145.. 372 170

Park L'eau-qui-Court 22 6..

73

69 21 7.. 21

Clear Creek....375 407

2 Madison. 3

Pueblo 43..

..338 215 3

Conejos. 43..

..166

43 Merrick. 41 40..

.... 41 41 40..

48 Costilla.. Nemaha...

Summit
.822
820
Douglas
81

74
414..

......., 87 417.. 967

79

351 Otoe......

Weld............ 90 139 .872 758.. 841 280.. 958

El Paso... 82 26 Pawnee.

66 .472 70..

Total.... 471

Fremont 77.. 488

78 43

.4092_4075 Platte

151
182..
153 181.. 166

........757 810

Total vote for Dele. Richardson ....788 582.. 788 583. 915 499

Auerfano....... 33 273' gate, 8167. Bradford's
Saline

24..
25.(no return

Jefferson.......253 273 majority, 17.
Sarpy.

.226

225
286.. 251

261 Saunders.......127 87. 127

88.. 158
78

DAKOTA.
Seward

91
83.. 136 52..

159

For delegate in Congress, J.S. Spink, Rep., Stanton.. 16

16 16.. II 16 was elected.

a

.252 218

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2

217 188 Saguache.

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V

720

128 Gilpin

283.

41

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POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT.

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1864.

1860.
STATES.
Rep. Dem. Rep.
Union, Dem. Union Rer:

Dem.

Dem, Union.
Grant. Seym'r Máj. Lincoln McClel Maj. Lincoln Dougl's Breck. Bell.
Alabama
76366 72086 4280

13651| 48831 27825 Arkansas

22152
3074

5227 28732 20094 California

54592
54078

514 62134 43841 18293 39173 3851634334 6817 Connecticut.

50641

3041 44691 42285 Delaware..

2406 43692 15522 14641 3291 7623 10980 *3357

8767

3815 1023 7347 3864 Florida [by Legislature]...

3671 8543 5437 Georgia 57134 102822 * 45688

11590 51889 42886 Illinois

250293 199143 51150 189496 158730 30766|| 172161 160215 2404 Indiana

3913 176552 166980 9572 150422 130233 20189|| 139033 115509 12295 Iowa ...

120399 740.10 46359 89075 49596 39479 70409 55111 1048 1763 Kansas.

31049 14019) 17030 16441 3691 12750 Kentucky

39566 11588976323 27786 64301 *36515 1364 25651 5314366058 Louisiana

33263
80225 *46962

7625 22681 20204 Maine.

70426 42396 28030
88114 46992 21122 62811

26693 6368 2046 Maryland.

30438 62357 *31919

40153 32739 7414 2294 596642482 41760 Massachusetts.

136477 59408 77069|| 126742 48745 77997|| 106533 34372 5939 22331 Michigan 128550 97069 31481 91521 74604 16917 88480 65057

805

405 Minnesota 43542 28072 15470 25000 17375 7685 22069

11920 748 62 Mississippi [no vote].

3283| 40797 25040 Missouri 85671 59788 25883 72750 31678 41072

17028

58801 31317 58372 Nebraska

9729 5139 4290 Nevada 6480 5218 1262

3232 New Hampshire. 38191 31224 6967) 36400 32871 3529

37519 25881 2112 441 New Jersey.

80121
8300i *2886 60723 68024

58324 62801 New York..

419883 429883 * 10000 368735 3619866749 362846 312510 North Carolina. 96226 810go 12136

2701| 48539 44990 Ohio...

280128 23870041428|| 265154 205568 59586 231610 187232 11405 12194 Oregon

10961 11125
*164 9888
8457 1431 5270

3951 3006 183 Pennsylvania.

342280 313382 28898|| 295391 276316 20075|| 268030 16765 178871 12776 Rhode Island..

12993
6548 64451 14349

8718 5631 12244 7707 1 South Carolina.

62301
45237 17064

el'ctre chos'n by Le gis.
Tennessee
56757 26311 30446

1135064709 69274 Texas (no vote]

47548 15438 Vermont. 4416712045 32122 42419 13321 29098 33808

218

1969 Virginia [no vote).

1929 1629074323 74681 West Virginia.

20306 8719 23152 10438 12714 Wisconsin.. 108857 84710 24147 83458_65884 17574

86110 65021 888 161 Total

3012833 2703249 309584 2223035 1811754 4112811866452 1375157 847953 590631 Por cent. 52.71 47.29 5.42 55.10 44.90 10.20 39.87

29.31 18.11 12.65

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(*Democratic majorities.) In 1868, whole yote 5716082; Grant's ma). 309584. In 1864, whole vote, 4034789; Lincoln's

maj. 411281. In 1860, whole vote, 4680193 ; Lincoln over Douglas, 491275 ; over Brockinridge, 1018500; over Bell, 1275821; all others over

Lincoln, 947289.

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