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New York gubernatorial election, 1830

 

New York gubernatorial election, 1830

New York gubernatorial election, 1830

November 1-November 3, 1830

 
Nominee Enos T. Throop Francis Granger
Party Democratic National Republican
Running mate Edward Philip Livingston Samuel Stevens
Popular vote 128,842 120, 361
Percentage 51.2% 47.9%

Governor before election

Enos T. Throop
Democratic

Elected Governor

Enos T. Throop
Democratic

The 1830 New York gubernatorial election was held from November 1 to 3, 1830, to elect the Governor and Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Background

Martin Van Buren, who was elected Governor in 1828, was appointed United States Secretary of State by President Andrew Jackson. Van Buren was succeeded in the governorship by his Lieutenant Governor, Enos T. Throop, a member of the regency. In 1830, Throop ran for a full term.

Results

1830 General election results
Governor candidate Running Mate Party Popular Vote
Enos T. Throop Edward Philip Livingston Democratic 128,842 51.22%
Francis Granger Samuel Stevens Anti-Masonic,
National Republican
120,361 47.85%
Ezekiel Williams Working Men's 2,332 0.93%


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