Massachusetts's 4th congressional district special election, 1800
A special election was held in Massachusetts's 4th congressional district on August 25, 1800 and October 20, 1800 to fill a vacancy left by the resignation of Dwight Foster (F) after his election to the Senate, the second election required because the first did not result in a majority.
|Candidate||Party||First trial||Second trial|
|Levi Lincoln, Sr.||Democratic-Republican||1,038||47.1%||1,079||49.8%|
Lincoln took his seat on February 6, 1801
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