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New York state election, 1880

 

New York state election, 1880

The 1880 New York state election was held on November 2, 1880, to elect the Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals, as well as all members of the New York State Assembly.

History

In 1880, there was only one officer to be elected statewide: the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Sanford E. Church in May 1880. Charles J. Folger had been appointed temporarily to fill the vacancy until the end of the year.

The Greenback state convention met on August 17 and 18 at Syracuse, New York. Thomas C. Armstrong was nominated for Chief Judge on the fifth ballot (fifth ballot: Armstrong 44, William Thornton 31, Wilson S. Wolfe had withdrawn already).[1]

The Republican State Committee met on August 24 at New York City. Chester A. Arthur presided. The committee voted against the call of a state convention (vote: For 5, Against 26), and nominated unanimously the incumbent Chief Judge Charles J. Folger to succeed himself.[2]

The Democratic state convention was held on September 28 at [3]

Result

The incumbent Chief Judge Folger was elected to succeed himself.

1880 state election result
Office Republican ticket Democratic ticket Greenback ticket
Chief Judge Charles J. Folger 562,821 Charles A. Rapallo 517,661 Thomas C. Armstrong[4] 13,183

Notes

  1. ^ THE NEW-YORK GREENBACKERS in NYT on August 19, 1880
  2. ^ CHAS. J. FOLGER FOR JUDGE; UNANIMOUSLY NOMINATED BY THE STATE COMMITTEE in NYT on August 25, 1880
  3. ^ THE "REUNITED" FACTIONS; A DEMOCRATIC EXHIBITION AT SARATOGA in NYT on September 29, 1880
  4. ^ Thomas C. Armstrong, of Jefferson County

Sources

  • Result: RESULTS OF THE STATE CANVASS in NYT on December 3, 1880

See also

New York state elections

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