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All members of Congress and those seeking to run for a governorship must file their intentions here using the following form:

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Name: 
Position running for:
Current position:

The current filing fee for each position is as follows. 

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House: $500
Governor: $3,000

 

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Name: Paul McGee

Position running for: Governor of Georgia

Current position: CEO of Continental Plantation Agriculture Company

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Jay Johnstone

Running for Governor of Massachusetts

Currently Rep for state of Massachusetts 

 

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Name:  Patrick Owens
Position running for: Governor of Virginia
Current position: CEO of Norfolk Shipbuilding Company

*Please deduct filing fee as a transfer from Declan to Patrick*

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Name: James Masterson
Position running for: United States House of Representatives from North Carolina
Current position: US Representative from North Carolina

 

Name: John McNair
Position running for: North Carolina Governor
Current position: CEO of The Carolina Company

 

Deduct $2,500 from Masterson (he'll be helping cover a portion of McNair's filing fee) and $1,000 from McNair

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4 hours ago, Bruce said:

NOTE: @Magenta The North Carolina governorship is not up for election until 1792. 

 

 

Whoops. Thought it was this year, my mistake. Just Masterson will pay $500 from his own account to file for the House.

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1790 Master Election List

Winner
Incumbent
Withdrew

 

Governor Elections
Connecticut: *Samuel Huntington (F) unopposed
Georgia: *Edward Telfair (R) vs Paul McGee (R) @Batman
Maryland: *John Eager Howard (F) vs +George Plater (I)
Massachusetts: *John Hancock (IND) vs Jay Johnstone (F) @Shiggy
New Hampshire: *Josiah Bartlett (R) unopposed
New Jersey: +William Paterson (F) unopposed
Rhode Island: +Arthur Fenner (R) unopposed
South Carolina: *Charles Pinckney (F) unopposed
Virginia: *Beverley Randolph (IND) vs Patrick Owens (IND) @Michael

 

Senate (Class I)
Connecticut: +Oliver Ellsworth (F) unopposed
Delaware: +George Read (F) unopposed
Maryland: +Charles Carroll (F) unopposed
Massachusetts: +Tristram Dalton (I) vs +George Cabot (F) vs +Nathaniel Gorham (I)
New Jersey: +Jonathan Elmer (I) vs +John Rutherfurd (F)
New York: +Philip Schuyler (F) vs *Aaron Burr (R) vs +Egbert Benson (I)
Pennsylvania: +Albert Gallatin (R) unopposed
Rhode Island: +Theodore Foster (I) unopposed
Virginia: *James Monroe (R) unopposed

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1790 Complete House Elections

Winner
Incumbent
Withdrew

Connecticut (At-large) (5 elected)

  • +Roger Sherman (F) (20%)
  • +James Hillhouse (F) (17%)
  • +Pierpont Edwards (R) (13%)
  • +Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. (F) (11%)
  • +Jonathan Sturges (I) (9%)
  • +Tapping Reeve (I) (9%)
  • +Jeremiah Wadsworth (I) (8%)
  • +Stephen Mix Mitchell (F) (8%)
  • +Amasa Learned (I) (2%)
  • +Benjamin Huntington (I) (2%)
  • +James Davenport (I) (1%)

Delaware (At-large) (1 elected)

  • +John Vining (F) (65%)
  • +Joshua Clayton (I) (20%)
  • +Thomas Duff (I) (15%)

Georgia

  1. +Francis Willis (I) (65%) vs +George Matthews (R) (35%)
  2. +Abraham Baldwin (I) (60%) vs +Thomas P. Carnes (R) (40%)
  3. +James Jackson (R) (48%) vs +Anthony Wayne (R) (52%)

Maryland

  1. +Michael J. Stone (I) (40%) vs +Philip Key (F) (60%)
  2. +Joshua Seney (R) (60%) vs +James Tilghman (I) (40%)
  3. +Benjamin Contee (I) (45%) vs +John Francis Mercer (R) (55%)
  4. +Samuel Sterett (I) unopposed
  5. +George Gale (I) (40%) vs +William V. Murray (F) (60%)
  6. +Daniel Carroll (I) (53%) vs +Upton Sheredine (R) (47%)

Massachusetts

  1. Levi Johnstone (I) unopposed @Shiggy
  2. +Benjamin Goodhue (F) (90%) vs +Samuel Holton (R) (10%)
  3. *Elbridge Gerry (R) (60%) vs +Nathaniel Gorham (I) (40%)
  4. +Theodore Sedgwick (I) (75%) vs +Samuel Lyman (F) (25%)
  5. +George Leonard (F) (53%) vs +Phanuel Bishop (R) (40%) vs +Peleg Coffin Jr. (I) (7%)
  6. +George Thatcher (I) (60%) vs +William Lithgow (I) (40%)
  7. +Artemas Ward (F) (59%) vs +Jonathan Grout (R) (41%)
  8. +Fisher Ames (F) unopposed

New Hampshire (At-large) (3 elected)

  • +Samuel Livermore (I) (30%)
  • +Jeremiah Smith (F) (28%)
  • +Nicholas Gilman Jr. (R) (16%)
  • +James Sheafe (F) (15%)
  • +John Samuel Sherburne (R) (13%)
  • +Abiel Foster (I) (8%)

New Jersey (At-large) (4 elected)

  • +Jonathan Dayton (F) (20%)
  • +Abraham Clark (I) (19%)
  • +Elias Boudinot (I) (16%)
  • +Lambert Cadwalader (F) (12%)
  • +Aaron Kitchell (R) (10%)
  • +Thomas Sinnickson (F) (8%)
  • +James Linn (R) (6%)
  • +Thomas Henderson (F) (6%)
  • +James Schureman (I) (3%)

New York

  1. +James Gordon (I) unopposed
  2. +Peter Silvester (F) unopposed 
  3. James Tyson (F) (75%) vs +Cornelius C. Schoonmaker (R) (25%) @LM32
  4. +Egbert Benson (I) (60%) vs +Theodorus Bailey (R) (40%)
  5. +John Laurance (F) (95%) vs +Melancton Smith (R) (5%)
  6. Ethan O'Rourke (R) (59%) vs +Peter Van Gaasbeck (F) (41%) @Russ

North Carolina

  1. +James Masterson (F) unopposed @Magenta
  2. +Nathaniel Macon (R) vs Alexander Mebane (I) vs Thomas Poindexter (R) @Nubbie
  3. +John Baptista Ashe (R) unopposed 
  4. +Hugh Williamson (I) (75%) vs +Charles Johnson (R) (25%)
  5. +William B. Grove (F) unopposed

Pennsylvania (At-large) (8 elected)

  • *Frederick Muhlenberg (I) (20%)
  • +Thomas Fitzsimmons (F) (14%)
  • Henry Clement (F) (13%) @Doomhammer
  • +Thomas Hartley (F) (12%)
  • +William Findley (R) (9%)
  • +Israel Jacobs (I) (9%)
  • +Daniel Heister (R) (6%)
  • +John W. Kittera (I) (5%)
  • +John Peter Muhlenberg (R) (4%)
  • +Andrew Gregg (R) (3%)
  • +William Irvine (I) (3%)
  • +William Montgomery (I) (2%)

Rhode Island (At-large) (1 elected)

  • Gideon McGee (I) (52%) @Batman
  • +Benjamin Bourne (F) (48%)

South Carolina

  1. +William Loughton Smith (F) unopposed
  2. +Robert Barnwell (I) unopposed
  3. +Daniel Huger (I) unopposed
  4. +Thomas Sumpter (I) unopposed
  5. +Thomas Tudor Tucker (R) unopposed

Virginia

  1. Declan Owens (F) (66%) vs +Abraham B. Venable (R) (34%) @Michael
  2. +Samuel Griffin (I) unopposed
  3. +Andrew Moore (R) unopposed
  4. +Richard Bland Lee (F) (62%) vs +Arthur Lee (R) (38%)
  5. *James Madison (I) (90%) vs *James Monroe (R) (10%)
  6. +Alexander White (I) unopposed
  7. +John Page (R) (70%) vs +Meriwether Smith (I) (30%)
  8. +Josiah Parker (F) unopposed
  9. +William Branch Giles (R) unopposed
  10. +John Brown (I) unopposed

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Speeches hoping to influence the 1790 election can go here. Remember to never campaign for yourself - use multis instead. 

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Richard Handerson takes the stage, 

"Mr. James Tyson has done a wonderful job fighting for us in Congress. He was a major part of the assumption bill that has made the states sustainable. He has donated to our state militia for absolutely free. Now he has tried to expand our culture and complete our equal standing with European powers! This attempt has failed because of resistance from Republicans, sadly, but he has been fighting and representing us as well as could be expected. His challenger, Cornelius C. Schoonmaker, hasn't even gone to law school. How could he do the best job of representing you when he doesn't even understand how to go about the process? Now is the time to stand by Mr. Tyson as he has stood by our state and has stood by each and every one of you in our time of need."

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A letter is sent to Maryland to be circulated within Maryland's Sixth district on behalf of Daniel Carroll:

 

Dear friends,

I write this letter on behalf of Daniel Carroll, who is currently sitting as a Representative for Maryland.  In my time in the capital alongside him, I have found him to be a reliable partner in government.  He has been a forceful voice, advocating for a strengthened federal government and the assumption of state debts, without going excessively into attempting to grant all power to the federal government.  He is a catholic, and I think his continued involvement within our national political process does much to demonstrate the state of political and religious freedoms within our new nation.  He is a reported to be a good friend and ally of our President, George Washington.  It would warm my heart to see Daniel Carroll again elected.

Sincerely,

James Masterson, Representative for North Carolina

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Levi Johnstone takes the stage speaking for Jay Johnstone. 

 

My friends, it was Jay Johnstone who brought you the bill of rights in the federal government and then in our wonderful state. It was Jay who defended our culture and  arts from the republican anti-federalists. It was Jay who will defend the interest of business owners across the state of Massachusetts and voted for the assumption of all state debts (including our state's) int the federal government. Those are all things that Jay will continue to defend our state's rights, continue to defend your farms and businesses interests in the state and continue to strengthen our economy. 

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MAS Abolition Society for Jay Johnstone, 

 

Jay was the only voice in congress who stood up against the immoral and terrible reign of slavery in our country. Here in Massachusetts, we have abolished the horrid and unthinkable practice of slavery and as governor, Mr. Johnstone will keep Massachusetts from being corrupted and swayed as a state by slavery and those who advocate for it. 

  

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