New York State Election

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Alton B. Parker - Electoral History - New York State Election, 1897
... Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals Alton B ... - 2 (0.20%) Charles Arnette Towne - 2 (0.20%) Bird Sim Coler - 1 (0.10%) United States presidential election, 1904 Theodore Roosevelt/Charles W ... Fairbanks (R) - 7,630,457 (56.4%) and 336 electoral votes (29 states carried) Alton B ...
New York State Election, 1859 - Results
23 Republicans and nine Democrats were elected to a two-year term (1860-61) in the New York State Senate. 91 Republicans and 37 Democrats were elected for the session of 1860 to the New York State Assembly. 1859 state election results Office Republican ticket Democratic ticket American ticket Secretary of State Elias W ...

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