1819 United States Senate elections in Maryland
On April 23, 1819, incumbent Federalist senator Alexander Contee Hanson died. The other incumbent Senator, Robert Henry Goldsborough, ran for re-election to hold his seat. The Maryland legislature elected a successor to finish Hanson's term, as well as a Senator for the term for the other class. The two top vote-getters (both Democratic-Republicans) were declared the winners, with the first place winner, Edward Lloyd taking the Class 2 seat, which ran March 4, 1819 to March 3, 1825. The second place winner, William Pinkney, took the Class 1 seat, finishing Hanson's term which ran March 4, 1817 to March 3, 1823.
- √ Edward Lloyd (Democratic-Republican) 28.41%
- √ William Pinkney (Democratic-Republican) 27.84%
- Charles Carroll (Federalist) 21.02%
- Robert H. Goldsborough (Federalist) 19.32%
- Charles Goldsborough (Federalist) 2.27%
- Samuel Smith (Unknown) 0.57%
- John Graham (Democratic-Republican) 0.57%
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