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The 1811 Lieutenant Gubernatorial Special Election in New York was held to fill the unexpired term of the Lieutenant Governor of New York.

Background

Lieutenant Governor John Broome died in August 1810, and the 1777 Constitution provided for new elections if a vacancy occurred either in the Governor's or the Lieutenant Governor's office.

Results

1811 Special election results
Lieutenant Governor candidate Party Popular Vote
DeWitt Clinton Democratic-Republican
Nicholas Fish Federalist
Marinus Willett Tammany Hall

See also

New York gubernatorial elections

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