Thomas Storm

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  3. 1802 Speaker election result
  4. 1803 Speaker election result
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Thomas Storm
Thomas Storm MET ap1980.360.1.jpg
Portrait of Storm by Ammi Phillips, c.1830, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
Speaker of the New York State Assembly
In office
1802–1803
Political offices
Preceded by Speaker of the New York State Assembly
1802–1803
Succeeded by