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Fassett. 15,371

TWENTIETH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.

Flower. Albany

19,598

15,371 Democratic plurality

4,227 TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Greene

3,839 Schoharie.

4,384 Otsego ..

6,090 Montgomery

5,063 Schenectady

3,408

3,178 2,847 6,436 4,943 2,905

20,309

22,784

20,309 Democratic plurality..

2,475 TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Fulton and Hamilton

4,320 Saratoga...

5,614 St. Lawrence.

6,081

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4,653 6,585 11,169

16,015

22,407 16,015 6,392

Republican plurality....

TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Clinton.

4,001 Franklin.

2,640 Essex

2,439 Warren...

2,588 Washington..

3,832

4,426 4,527 3,727 3,390 6,332

15,500

22,402 15,500 6,902

Republican plurality....

TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Oswego....

6,481 Jefferson

8,093 Lewis

3,545

8,566 8,431 3,654

18,119

20,651 18,119 2,532

Republican plurality...

Oneida
Herkimer

TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.

Flower. 13,012

5,272 18,284

Fassett 13,279

5,638 18,917 18,284

633

Republican plurality...

TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Delaware .....

4,673 Chenango

4.007 Broome..

5,750 Tioga

3,084 Tompkins.

3,450 20,964

5,498 4.610 7,229 3,859 4,330 25,526 20,964 4,562

Republican plurality...

TWENTY-SEVENTE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. Onondaga

14,620 Madison ..

4,000 18,620

16,529

5,560 22,089 18,620 3,469

Republican plurality..

TWENTY EIGHTH DISTRICT.
Wayns.
Cayuga
Cortland.
Ontario
Yates..

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Schuyler.
Steuben .

5,756 3,176 1,617 8,188 18,737

5,036 2,685 2, 123 9,457 19,301 18,737

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THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESSIONAL DISTRIOT
Buffalo:
First, second, third, fourth fifth, sixth,

seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth, eleventh,
twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, nineteenth
and twentieth wards....

15,871
11,279

11,279

Democratic plurality..

4,592

THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
Buffalo:
Fifteenth, sixteenth, seventeenth, eighteenth,

twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-third,
twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth wards and
fourth and fifth Assembly districts..... 13,005

16,317 13,005

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CHAPTER IV.

THE LEGISLATIVE APPORTIONMENT LAW. A law was passed by the Legislature, chapter 397 of the Laws of 1892, reapportioning the Senate and Assembly districts of the State. So far as the Senate districts are concerned, the law practically does not go into effect until the November election in 1893, since the terms of the Senators do not expire until the close of that year, and, therefore, Senators will not be elected until the preceding November. But the Assembly districts are disturbed the present year in counties which were assigned more than one Assemblyman; and every one of the 128 Assemblymen will be elected at the November election of 1892. The apportionment law provided that the boards of supervisors should meet in the following named counties upon the third Tuesday of July, 1892, and divide their respective counties into so many Assembly districts as they are entitled to under this act:

Number of Counties.

districts. Albany..

4 Dutchess.

2 Erie ...

6 Kings..

18 Monroe

3 New York

30 Oneida...

2 Onondaga

3 Orange

2 Queens.

3 Rensselaer

3 Steuben..

2 Ulster

2 Westchester

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The rearrangement of the above Assembly districts renders it difficult to determine precisely their political character. But no such difficulty presents itself in the case of the forty-six counties which, with the exception of Fulton and Hamilton, each have one Assemblyman. In 1888 and 1891 these forty-six counties cast the following vote for the respective candidates for President and for Governor:

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1,174

796 857 626 893 376 605

61 292 555 677 124 101 896 408 284 340 772 112 631 616 149 682 876 734 625 663 109 168 248 606 646 158 223 219 156 492 156 381 317 314 385 619 624 287

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