South Carolina's 4th Congressional District Special Election, 1802
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South Carolina's 4th Congressional District Special Election, 1802

A special election was held in South Carolina's 4th congressional district on April 12-13, 1802 to fill a vacancy resulting from the resignation of Thomas Sumter (DR) on December 15, 1801, upon being elected to the Senate.[1]

Election results

Candidate Party Votes[2] Percent
Richard Winn Democratic-Republican[3] 312 98.7%
John Kershaw None 4 1.3%

Winn took his seat January 24, 1803[4]

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