1818 United States House of Representatives election in Vermont
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|Elections in Vermont|
Vermont elected its members September 1, 1818.
6 seats on a general ticket
|Incumbent re-elected.||√ Charles Rich (Democratic-Republican) 12.5%|
√ Mark Richards (Democratic-Republican) 12.4%
√ William Strong (Democratic-Republican) 12.1%
√ Samuel C. Crafts (Democratic-Republican) 10.1%
√ Ezra Meech (Democratic-Republican) 9.4%
√ Orsamus Cook Merrill (Democratic-Republican) 6.4%[b]
William A. Griswold (Democratic-Republican) 6.3%
Rollin C. Mallary (Democratic-Republican) 6.3%[b]
John Peck (Democratic-Republican) 6.0%
David Edmond (Federalist) 4.3%
Horace Everett (Democratic-Republican) 4.3%
Phineas White (Democratic-Republican) 4.2%
Richard Skinner (Democratic-Republican) 3.3%
|Mark Richards||Democratic-Republican||1816||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Samuel C. Crafts||Democratic-Republican||1816||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Heman Allen||Democratic-Republican||1816||Incumbent resigned April 20, 1818 to become a U.S. Marshall.|
New member elected.
|William Hunter||Democratic-Republican||1816||Incumbent lost re-election.|
New member elected.
|Orsamus Cook Merrill||Democratic-Republican||1816||Incumbent re-elected.|
Election later contested successfully by Rollin C. Mallary.[b]
- 1818 and 1819 United States House of Representatives elections
- List of United States Representatives from Vermont
- Only candidates with at least 1% of the vote listed.
- Initial returns showed Rollin C. Mallary in 8th place with 6,879 votes and Orsamus Cook Merrill in 6th place with 6,955 votes, but after challenging the results, the House Committee on Elections declared Mallary the winner of the last seat with 6,961 votes, a 6-vote lead over Merrill. Mallary was seated January 13, 1820.
- "Sixteenth Congress March 4, 1819, to March 3, 1821". Office of the Historian, United States House of Representatives. Retrieved January 23, 2019 – via History.house.gov.
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