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Parents > United States > Pennsylvania > Governor
OfficeGovernor
Type General Election
Filing Deadline February 07, 1814 - 12:00pm
Polls Open November 08, 1814 - 07:00am
Polls Close November 08, 1814 - 07:00pm
Term Start January 20, 1815 - 12:00pm
Term End January 20, 1818 - 12:00pm
Turnout 10.07% Total Population
ContributorNothing wrong, just gone
Last ModifiedRBH February 08, 2013 12:42pm
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Description As they were reported under the same listing, the following counties have the same vote totals listed in the county breakdown section:

Centre, Clearfield and McKean.

Erie and Warren.

Indiana, Armstrong and Jefferson.

Tioga and Potter.
LAST GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyNational Republican Won11/05/1811
NameSimon Snyder Votes52,319 (90.83%)
Term01/20/1812 - 01/20/1815 Margin48,710 (+84.56%)
NEXT GENERAL ELECTION
  PartyNational Republican Won11/04/1817
NameWilliam Findlay Votes66,331 (52.81%)
Term01/20/1818 - 01/20/1821 Margin7,059 (+5.62%)
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Name (I) Gov. Simon Snyder Isaac Wayne George Latimer (W) Others  
PartyDemocratic-Republican Federalist Federalist Independent  
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Uncertified Votes51,099 (62.63%) 29,566 (36.24%) 910 (1.12%) 18 (0.02%)  
Margin0 (0.00%) -21,533 (-26.39%) -50,189 (-61.51%) -51,081 (-62.60%)  
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