1821 New Jersey's at-large congressional district special election

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A special election was held in New Jersey's at-large congressional district on October 8, 1821 to fill a vacancy caused by the death of John Linn (DR) on January 5, 1821, prior to the start of the 17th Congress.[1]

Election results[edit]

Candidate Party Votes[2] Percent
Lewis Condict Democratic-Republican 9,900 46.5%
Robert W. Rutherford Democratic-Republican 6,662 31.3%
James Parker Federalist 4,737 22.2%

Condict took his seat with the rest of New Jersey's delegation at the start of the 1st session of the 17th Congress.

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