New York lieutenant gubernatorial special election, 1811

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The 1811 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Special Election in New York was held to fill the unexpired term of the Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Background[edit]

Lieutenant Governor John Broome died in August 1810, and the 1777 Constitution provided for new elections if a vacancy occurred either in the Governor's or the Lieutenant Governor's office.

Results[edit]

1811 Special election results
Lieutenant Governor candidate Party Popular Vote
DeWitt Clinton Democratic-Republican
Nicholas Fish Federalist
Marinus Willett Tammany Hall

See also[edit]

New York gubernatorial elections