1835 United States Senate Elections in Michigan
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1835 United States Senate Elections in Michigan

The new state of Michigan elected its new senators in 1835, both Jacksonians: Lucius Lyon (Class 1) and John Norvell (Class 2). They were not seated until January 26, 1837 due to a territorial dispute with Ohio. In the term beginning March 4, 1837, they would sit as Democrats.

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