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Information about United States elections: federal, state, and local

Voting Records

Federal voting records (President, U.S. House, U.S. Senate) is available from several sources, including:

State and Local voting records (e.g. governor, state representative, councilman) is usually available from either state or county boards of election. These boards are also good sources of more granular Federal election data, by ward or even by precinct.

The election authorities near to Georgetown include:

Newspapers often report (unofficial) election results on the day following an election:

Election Maps

1860 Presidential Election Map, from Historical Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections

1860 Presidental Election Map
from Historical atlas of U.S. presidential elections 1788-2004 (LAU Ref G1201.F9H5)

Other Election Data

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