1826 New York gubernatorial election
|Elections in New York State|
The 1826 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.
|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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