1825 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1825 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on 8 March 1825 in order to elect the Governor of New Hampshire. Incumbent Democratic-Republican Governor David L. Morril won re-election as he ran unopposed.[1]

1825 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

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Nominee David L. Morril
Party Democratic-Republican
Popular vote 29,770
Percentage 97.60%

Governor before election

David L. Morril
Democratic-Republican

Elected Governor

David L. Morril
Democratic-Republican

General election edit

On election day, 8 March 1825, incumbent Democratic-Republican Governor David L. Morril won re-election as he ran unopposed, thereby retaining Democratic-Republican control over the office of Governor. Morril was sworn in for his second term on 7 June 1825.[2]

Results edit

New Hampshire gubernatorial election, 1825
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic-Republican David L. Morril (incumbent) 29,770 97.60
Scattering 733 2.40
Total votes 30,503 100.00
Democratic-Republican hold

References edit

  1. ^ "David L. Morril". National Governors Association. Retrieved 1 April 2024.
  2. ^ "NH Governor". ourcampaigns.com. 2 June 2005. Retrieved 1 April 2024.