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1864 November 12: Local Election Results

November 14, 2014

From the November 12, 1864, issues of The Prescott Journal and The Polk County Press come some of the local results from the presidential and local elections of 1864.

PIERCE COUNTY RESULTS
(From The Prescott Journal)

We give only the vote on President and shall publish the official vote next week.

. ……. Union. Dem. Maj.
. Prescott, 109 69 40
. River Falls, 122 38 84
. Martel, 60 27 33
. Oak Grove, 64 35 29
. Clifton, 74 20 54
. Perry, 23 19 4
. Trimbelle, 58 9 49
. D. Bluff, 25 19 6
. Trenton, 13 8 5
. P. Valley, 32 10 22
. Salem, 18 10 8
. Union, 16 2 14
. Hartland, 25 15 10
. Isabel, 11 1 10
. …….


. Total, 650 282 368

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POLK COUNTY RESULTS

(From The Polk County Press)

Election Returns—Polk County,

TOWN OF OSCEOLA.

Lincoln & Johnson 55, McClellan & Pendleton 34; maj. for Lincoln and Johnson 21.  [Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson, George B. McClellan,
For Member of Congress, 6th District, W. D. McIndoe, Union 55, Henry Reed, Dem., 34; maj. for McIndoe 21.
For State Superintendent of Schools, John G. McMynn.  Union, 55, Parkinson, Dem., 30; maj. for McMynn 25.
For Member of Assembly, Albert C. Stuntz Union, 54, Amos Gray, Dem., 34; maj. for Stuntz 20.
For Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, J. F. Nason, Union, 62, E. E. Blanding, Dem., 26; maj. for Fisk, 21.

TOWN OF FARMINGTON.

Lincoln 32, McClellan 36; maj. for McClellan, 4.
Congressman, McIndoe 33, Reed 36; maj. for Reed 3.
Assemblyman Gray, dem., 46, Stuntz, Un., 22; maj. for Gray 24.
Clerk of the Board, Nason 55, Balding 13, maj. for Nason 42.
Coroner, Fisk 32, Kreiner 36; majority for Kreiner 4.

TOWN OF ST. CROIX.

Lincoln 40, McClellan, 25; maj. for Lincoln 15.
Congressman, McIndoe 41; Reed 24; maj. for McIndoe 17.
Superintendent, McMynn 40, Parkinson 1; maj. for McMynn 39.
Assembly Stuntz 41, Gray 24; majority for Stuntz 17.
Clerk of Board, Nason 40, Blanding 24; majority for Nason 16.
Coroner, Fisk 40, Kreiner 24; maj. for Fisk 16.

TOWN OF STERLING.

Lincoln 24, McClellan 2; maj. for Lincoln, Twenty-Two.
Congressman, McIndoe, 24, Reed 2; majority for McIndoe 22.
Superintendent, McMynn 24 majority.
Clerk of Board, Nason 25, Blanding 1; maj. for Nason 24.
Coroner, Fisk 24, Kreiner 3; maj. for Fisk 22.

TOWN OF ALDEN.

Lincoln 13, McClellan 10, maj. for Lincoln THREE.
Congressman, McIndoe 13, Reed 10: maj. fo rMcIndoe 3.
Superinttendent, McMynn 4 majority.
Assembly, Stuntz 13, Gray 10; maj. for Stuntz 3.
Clerk of Board, Nason 13, Blanding 10. mj for Nason 3.
Coroner, Fisk 3 majority.

TOWN OF LINCOLN.
(estimated)

Lincoln 11, McClellan nix, maj. for Honoest Old Abe ELEVEN.
McIndoe 11, maj.  McMynn 11 maj. Stuntz probably 11 majority; Nason 11 maj., Fisk 11 majority.

THE COUNTY.

Lincoln 175, McClellan 107; majority for Abe & Andy SIXTY-EIGHT.
Member of Congress, McIndoe.  Union, 177; Reed. Democrat, 106; majority for the Champion of the Sixth district, Walter D. McIndoe.  SEVENTY-ONE.
State Superintendent, McMynn, 175.  Parkinson 69; majority for McMynn 106.
For Member of Assembly, Stuntz 165, Gray 116: majority for Stuntz 49.
For Clerk of the Board, Nason 206, Blanding 74; majority for Nason 132.
Coroner, Fisk 176, Kreiner 106; Majority for Fisk 70.

(From The Prescott Journal)

Polk County.

Hon. H. D. Barron estimates the Union majority in Polk County at 75 on the home vote.  The whole county ticket is elected.  St. Croix Falls gave 15 union majority ;  Osceola 21 ;  Sterling 21 ;  Farmington 4 democratic.
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SAINT CROIX COUNTY RESULTS
(From The Prescott Journal)

St. Croix County.

St. Croix County has gone Union on the home vote by about 75 majority.—The following are the majorities in a portion of the towns.

. Union. Dem.
. Hudson, city 48
. Malone 51
. Richmond 51
. Star Prairie 2
. Troy 51
. Hudson, town 1
. St. Joseph 22
. Erin Prairie 101
. Hammond 21
. Springfield 3
. Rush River 15
. …….

. ……. 226 140

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WISCONSIN RESULTS
(From The Prescott Journal)

Wisconsin.

The returns received from this State indicate a Union majority of about 15,000. Probably we have elected five out of six Congressmen. We give a portion of the returns received :

La Crosse City gave 49 Republican majority—a Republican gain of about 60.

Sparta gives 204 majority for Lincoln.

Oshkosh—88 majority for Lincoln.

Menasha—22 majority for McClellan.

Neenah—97 majority for Lincoln.

Ripon—258 majority for Lincoln.

Burnett—Lincoln 81 majority ;  the county ticket about the same.

Green Bay City—22 majority for Lincoln.  Town of Howard 6 majority for Lincoln.

Whitewater—320 majority for Lincoln and 340 for Paine.

Delevan.—Lincoln’s majority 330 ;  Paine’s majority 327.

Kenosha City—Union majority 61 on President and Congress.

Racine City—Lincoln and Paine’s majority 200.

Waukesha City—Lincoln’s majority 93.

City and town of Ripon, Fond du Lac county, gives Lincoln 258 majority.

Watertown, Jefferson county, gives a Democratic majority on the whole ticket of 450.

Boscobel, Grant county, 115 Union majority.

Prairie du Chien—McClellan 109 majority ;  Rodolph for Congress, 105 majority, which is a large Union gain.

City of Madison—McClellan 113 majority.

City of Fond du Lac—80 majority for Lincoln ;  Sloan about the same.

Milwaukee gives McClellan 2,400 majority.

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