Timothy Burns (Wisconsin politician)

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Timothy Burns
3rd Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
In office
January 5, 1852 September 21, 1853
General Election, November 4, 1851
Democratic Timothy Burns 24,605 55.44% +2.85%
Whig James Hughes16,79337.84%+3.25%
Free Soil Benjamin B. Spaulding 2,9186.57%-6.24%
Scattering650.15%
Plurality7,81217.60%-3.45%
Total votes44,381 100.0% +42.72%
Democratic hold

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 "In Supreme Court". Wisconsin State Journal. September 27, 1853. p. 2. Retrieved May 24, 2018 via Newspapers.com. Open Access logo PLoS transparent.svg
  2. Thwaites, Haines, Reuben Gold, Mary Elizabeth (1912). Proceedings [of The] Annual Business Meeting, Volume 59 Publications, Publications. State Historical Society of Wisconsin., 1912. p. 214.
  3. "Timothy Burns". Wisconsin Historical Society. January 2012. Retrieved 31 May 2014.
  4. Burns, Timothy 1820 - 1853
  5. "State Official Canvass". Watertown Chronicle. December 24, 1851. p. 2. Retrieved December 19, 2021 via Newspapers.com.


Party political offices
Preceded by Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
1851
Succeeded by
Wisconsin State Assembly
Preceded byMember of the Wisconsin State Assembly from the Iowa Richland 2nd district
January 1, 1849 January 7, 1850
Succeeded by
Thomas M. Fullerton
Political offices
Preceded by Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
January 5, 1852 September 21, 1853
Succeeded by