August 1790 United States House of Representatives election in Rhode Island
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|Elections in Rhode Island|
Rhode Island held its late election for the First Congress on August 31, 1790, due to the late ratification of the Constitution, just about a month and a half before the October 18, 1790 election for the Second Congress.
|Rhode Island at-large||New seat||New seat.
New member elected.
|√ Benjamin Bourne (Pro-Administration) 72.44%|
James H. Sheldon (Unknown) 23.14%
Samuel Bissell (Unknown) 3.62%
George Potter (Unknown) 0.20%
Pardon Tillinghast (Unknown) 0.20%
- United States House of Representatives election in Rhode Island, October 1790
- United States House of Representatives elections, 1790 and 1791
- List of United States Representatives from Rhode Island
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