1804 United States House of Representatives election in Georgia
|Elections in Georgia|
Initially, Cowles Mead (Democratic-Republican) was declared the winner of the 4th seat. The votes from Camden, Liberty and Tatnal counties were not received in time and were originally not counted. When it was later decided to count them as valid, it resulted in Thomas Spalding (Democratic-Republican) overtaking Cowles Mead for the fourth and final seat by 39 votes. Spalding was then given the seat in place of Mead.
4 seats on a general ticket
|Peter Early||Democratic-Republican||1802||Incumbent re-elected.||√ Peter Early (Democratic-Republican) 24.2%|
√ David Meriwether (Democratic-Republican) 22.9%
√ Joseph Bryan (Democratic-Republican) 21.3%
√ Cowles Mead (Democratic-Republican) 10.9%
Thomas Spalding (Democratic-Republican) 10.5%
Thomas Carr 6.7%
Obadiah Jones 2.4%
Thomas U.P. Charlton 1.2%
|David Meriwether||Democratic-Republican||1802||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Joseph Bryan||Democratic-Republican||1802||Incumbent re-elected.|
|Samuel Hammond||Democratic-Republican||1802||Incumbent retired.|
New member elected.
Election was later contested and a new successor named, see above.
- United States House of Representatives elections, 1804 and 1805
- List of United States Representatives from Georgia
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