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Presidential Elections Statistics > US presidential election, 1800 > Results > 1st ballot (most recent) by state

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States (A to Z) Description
Connecticut Burr
(0-7-0)
Delaware Burr
(0-1-0)
Georgia Jefferson
(1-0-0)
Kentucky Jefferson
(2-0-0)
Maryland no result
(4-4-0)
Massachusetts Burr
(3-11-0)
New Hampshire Burr
(0-4-0)
New Jersey Jefferson
(3-2-0)
New York Jefferson
(6-4-0)
North Carolina Jefferson
(9-1-0)
Pennsylvania Jefferson
(9-4-0)
Rhode Island Burr
(0-2-0)
South Carolina Burr
(0-5-0)
Tennessee Jefferson
(1-0-0)
Vermont no result
(1-1-0)
Virginia Jefferson
(16-3-0)

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