1827 United States House of Representatives election in New Hampshire
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|Elections in New Hampshire|
New Hampshire elected its members March 13, 1827, after the term began but before the new Congress convened.
|New Hampshire at-large
6 seats on a general ticket
|Ichabod Bartlett||Anti-Jacksonian||1822||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Jonathan Harvey||Jacksonian||1824||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Titus Brown||Anti-Jacksonian||1824||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Nehemiah Eastman||Anti-Jacksonian||1824||Incumbent lost re-election.|
New member elected.
|Thomas Whipple Jr.||Anti-Jacksonian||1820||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Joseph Healy||Anti-Jacksonian||1824||Incumbent re-elected.|
- 1826 and 1827 United States House of Representatives elections
- List of United States Representatives from New Hampshire
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