New York gubernatorial election, 1826

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New York gubernatorial election, 1826
New York
1824 ←
November 6-November 6, 1826
→ 1828

  DeWitt Clinton by Rembrandt Peale.jpg
Nominee DeWitt Clinton William B. Rochester
Party Democratic-Republican Democratic-Republican
Running mate Henry Huntington Nathaniel Pitcher
Popular vote 99,785 96,135
Percentage 50.9% 49.1%

Governor before election

DeWitt Clinton
Democratic-Republican

Elected Governor

DeWitt Clinton
Democratic-Republican

The 1822 New York gubernatorial election was held from November 6 to 8, 1826, to elect the Governor and the Lieutenant Governor. Incumbent Governor DeWitt Clinton was elected to a second term as governor, and Nathaniel Pitcher, the running mate of his opponent, was elected lieutenant governor.

Results[edit]

1826 General election results
Governor candidate Running Mate Party Popular Vote
DeWitt Clinton Henry Huntington Democratic-Republican (Clintonian) 99,785 (50.93%)
William B. Rochester Nathaniel Pitcher Democratic-Republican (Bucktails) 96,135 (49.07%)

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