1806 New Hampshire gubernatorial election

The 1806 New Hampshire gubernatorial election was held on March 11, 1806.

New Hampshire gubernatorial election
1806 New Hampshire gubernatorial election


 1805 March 11, 1806 1807 
 
Nominee John Langdon Timothy Farrar John Taylor Gilman
Party Democratic-Republican Federalist Federalist
Popular vote 15,277 1,720 1,553
Percentage 74.26% 8.36% 7.55%

Governor before election

John Langdon
Democratic-Republican

Elected Governor

John Langdon
Democratic-Republican

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Incumbent Democratic-RepublicanGovernorJohn Langdon won re-election to a second term.

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The following candidates may not have been formally nominated and attracted only scattering votes.[1]

1806 New Hampshire gubernatorial election[5][6][7][8][9][10][lower-alpha 1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Democratic-Republican John Langdon 15,277 74.26%
Federalist Timothy Farrar 1,720 8.36%
Federalist John Taylor Gilman 1,553 7.55%
Federalist Jeremiah Smith 902 4.38%
Federalist Oliver Peabody 866 4.21%
Scattering 255 1.24%
Majority 13,557 65.90%
Turnout 20,573
Democratic-Republicanhold Swing

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