New York Gubernatorial Election, 1824
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New York Gubernatorial Election, 1824

New York gubernatorial election, 1824

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Nominee DeWitt Clinton Samuel Young
Party Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican
Alliance Clintonian anti-Clintonian
Popular vote 103,452 87,093
Percentage 54.29% 45.71%

The 1824 New York gubernatorial election was held from November 1 to 3, 1824, to elect the governor and the lieutenant governor.

Candidates

The Clintonian faction of the Democratic-Republican Party nominated incumbent DeWitt Clinton for Governor and state assemblyman and former U.S. representative James Tallmadge Jr. for Lieutenant Governor.

The anti-Clintonian faction of the Democratic-Republican Party nominated Erie Canal Commissioner Samuel Young for Governor and incumbent Erastus Root for Lieutenant Governor.

Results

The Clintonian ticket of Clinton and Tallmadge won.

New York gubernatorial election, 1824
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic-Republican (Clintonian) DeWitt Clinton 103,452 54.29%
Democratic-Republican (anti-Clintonian) Samuel Young 87,093 45.71%
Total votes 190,545 100%

Sources

Result: The Tribune Almanac 1841



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