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OHIO. Right of suffrage extends to white male inhabitants, above twenty-one years, who have resided in the State one year immediately preceding the election, and who have paid a State or county tax.

INDIANA. Right of suffrage is granted to all male citizens of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, who have resided in the State a year immediately preceding an election,

ILLINOIS. Residence in the State six months, but can only vote in the county where he actually resides.

MISSOURI. A citizen of the United States, and one year's residence in the State next preceding the election, and three months in the county.

MICHIGAN. Twenty-one years of age, and six months' residence next preceding election.

ARKANSAS. Same as Michigan.

FLORIDA. Twenty-one years of age, two years in the State, and six months in the county. He must also be a militia soldier.

TEXAS.

Every white person who is a citizen of the United States, bas attained the age of twenty-one years, and resided in the State one year, is a qualified voter.

IOWA. Must have attained the age of twenty-one years, resided in the State six months, and in the county where he votes, sixty days.

WISCONSIN. White men and certain Indians, who have attained the age of twenty-one years, and resided in the State one year.

CALIFORNIA. White men and Mexicans, who are twenty-one years of age, and have resided in the State six months, and in the county of residence thirty days.

MINNESOTA. Every white male person, and certain Indians of the age of twenty-one years, who have been in the United States one year, and in the State four months.

OREGON. A native or naturalized citizen, who has attained the age of twenty-one years, and resided six months in the State.

KANSAS. Must have attained the age of twenty-one years, and resided in the State six months preceding the election.

WEST VIRGINIA. All white male citizens, with the usual exceptions, who have attained the age of twenty-one years, and have lived in the State one year, and thirty days in the county in which he offers his vote.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR GOVERNORS, SENATORS, AND

REPRESENTATIVES IN EACH STATE.

MAINE.

Governor. A native citizen of the United States, five years a citizen of the State, and thirty years of age.-Senators. Five years a citizen of the United States, one year of the State, and twenty-five years of age.-Representatires. A citizen of the United States five years, an inhabitant of the State one year, and twenty-one years of age.

NEW HAMPSHIRE. Governor. A citizen of the United States seven years, an estate of £500 (onehalf a freehold), and thirty years of age.-Senators. Residence in the State seven years, a freehold estate of £200, and thirty years of age.- Representatives. Two years an inhabitant of the State, and an estate of £100 (one-half a freehold).

VERMONT. Governor. A citizen of the State four years.--Senators. A qualified voter, and thirty years of age.-Representatives. Persons most noted for wisdom and virtue, and who have resided in the State two years.

MASSACHUSETTS. Governor. A citizen of the State seven years, an estate of £1000, and of the Christian religion.-Senators. Five years a citizen of the State, a freehold of £300, or ratable estate of £600.--Representatives. A citizen of the State one year, and a freehold of £100, or ratable estate of £200.

RHODE ISLAND. Governor. A native citizen, and a freeman.-Senators. A native citizen, resident of the district where he is chosen, and a freeman.

CONNECTICUT. Governor. A voter, and thirty years of age.-Senators. A qualified voter.-Representatives. A qualified voter.

NEW YORK. Governor. A native citizen of the United States, five years a citizen of the State, a freeholder, and thirty years of age.-Senators. A qualified voter, and a freeholder.--Representatives. No qualifications.

NEW JERSEY. Governor. A resident of the State.-No Senate; the duties performed by the Legislative Council.- Representatives. A citizen of the State one year, and real or personal estate of £500, proclamation money.

PENNSYLVANIA. Governor. A citizen of the State seven years, and thirty years of age. -Senators. A citizen of the State four years, and of the district where chosen the last year, and twenty-five years of age.- Representatives. A citizen of the State three years, and for the last year a citizen of the city or county where chosen.

DELAWARE. Governor. A citizen of the United States twelve years, of the State the last six years, and thirty-six years of age.—Senators. A citizen of the State three years, a freehold of two hundred acres, or £1000, and twenty-seven years of age.-Representatives. A citizen of the State three years, and twenty-four years of age.

MARYLAND. Governor. A resident of the State above five years, and twenty-five years of age.-Senators. A resident of the State three years, and twenty-five years of age. - Representatives. Resident in the county where chosen one year.

VIRGINIA. Governor. A native citizen of the United States, citizen of the State five years, and thirty years of age; ineligible for three years after the first term.-Senators. A resident and freeholder in the district where chosen, and thirty years of age. -Representatives. A resident and freeholder in the county where chosen, and twenty-five years of age.

NORTH CAROLINA. Governor. A resident in the State five years, freehold in the State of more than £1000, and thirty years of age.--Senators. A citizen of the county where chosen one year, and three hundred acres of land.—Representatives. A citizen of the county where chosen one year, one hundred acres of land in fee or for the term of his life.

SOUTH CAROLINA. Governor. A citizen of the State ten years, an estate of £1500 sterling, clear of debt, and thirty years of age.-Senators. A citizen of the State five years, a resident of the district where chosen, and an estate of £300 sterling; or, not being a resident, an estate of £1000, and thirty years of age.-Representatives. A citizen of the State three years, a resident, and an estate of five hundred acres of land, ten negroes, or £150 sterling in real estate; or, not being a resident, an estate of £500 sterling

GEORGIA. Governor. A citizen of the United States twelve years, and of the State six years, an estate of five hundred acres of land, and other property amounting to $4000 more than debts due, and thirty years of age.-Senators. A citizen of the United States nine years, and of the State three years, a freehold of $500, or taxable property of $1000 more than debts due, all legal taxes paid, and twenty-five years of age.-Representatives. A citizen of the United States seven years, and of the State three years, a freehold of $250, or taxable property of $500 more than debts due, and all legal taxes paid.

ALABAMA. Governor. A native citizen of the United States, and a citizen of the State four years, thirty years of age, and ineligible for more than four successive years.Senators. A citizen of the United States, of the State two years, and of the district where chosen one year, and twenty-seven years of age.- Representatives. A citizen of the United States, of the State two years, and of the county where chosen one year, and twenty-one years of age.

MISSISSIPPI. Governor. A citizen of the United States twenty years, and of the State five years, a freehold estate of $2000, and thirty years of age; ineligible for more than four successive years.--Senators. A citizen of the United States and of the State four years, the last year residing in the district where chosen, and thirty years of age.--Representatives. A citizen of the United States and of the State two years, the last year residing in the county where chosen, a freehold estate of $500, and twenty-one years of age.

LOUISIANA. Governor. A citizen of the United States and of the State six years, an estate of $5000, and thirty-five years of age.-Senators. A citizen of the United States, of the State four years, and in the district were chosen one year, an estate of $1000, and twenty-seven years of age.-- Representatives. A citizen of the United States, of the State two years, and of the county where chosen one year, an estate in land of $500, and twenty-one years of age.

TENNESSEE. Governor. A citizen of the United States and of the State seven years, and thirty years of age.—Senators. A citizen of the United States, three years' residence in the State, and in the county where chosen one year, and thirty years of age.—Representatives. A citizen of the United States and of the State three years, residence in the county where chosen one year, and twenty-one years of age.

KENTUCKY. Governor. A citizen of the United States and of the State six years, thirty-five years of age, and ineligible for more than one term in seven years.-Senators. A citizen of the United States, of the State six years, and of the district where chosen the last year, and thirty-five years of age.- Representatives. A citizen of the United States, of the State two years, and of the county where chosen the last year, and twenty-four years of age.

OHIO. Governor. A citizen of the United States twelve years, an inhabitant of the State four years, and thirty-five years of age.-Senators. A citizen of the United States, and of the district where chosen two years, having paid a State and county tax, and thirty years of age.- Representatives. A citizen of the United States, an inhabitant of the State, and a resident in the county where chosen one year, having paid a State or county tax, and twenty-five years of age.

INDIANA. Governor. A citizen of the United States ten years, and of the State five years, and thirty years of age.–Senators. A citizen of the United States, of the State two years, and of the district where chosen the last year, having paid a State or county tax, and twenty-five years of age.-Representatives. A citizen of the United States, and of the State and county where chosen one year, having paid a State or county tax, and twenty-one years of age.

ILLINOIS. Governor. A citizen of the United States thirty years, and of the State two years, thirty years of age, and ineligible for two successive terms.--Senators. A citizen of the United States, and of the district where chosen the last year, having paid a State or county tax, and twenty-five years of age.-Representatives. A citizen of the United States, and an inhabitant of the State and county where chosen, having paid a State or county tax, and twenty-one years of age.

MISSOURI. Governor. A native citizen of the United States, a resident of the State four years, and thirty-five years of age.-Senators. A citizen of the United States, of the State four years, and of the district where chosen one year, having paid a State or county tax, and thirty years of age.- Representatives. A citizen of the United States, of the State two years, and of the county where chosen one year, having paid a State or county tax, and twenty-four years of age.

MICHIGAN. Governor. A citizen of the United States five years, and a resident of the State the last two years.-Senators. A citizen of the United States, and a qualified voter in the county where chosen.-Representatives. Same as the Senators.

ARKANSAS. Governor. A native citizen of the United States, or a resident of the State ten years previous to the adoption of the Constitution, and four years preceding the election.-Senators. A citizen of the United States, a resident of the State one year, and thirty years of age. Representatives. A citizen of the United States, a resident of the county where chosen, and twenty-five years of age.

FLORIDA. Governor. Must be thirty years of age, have been a citizen of the United States for ten years, or an inhabitant of Florida at the time of the adoption of the Constitution, and a resident of the State five years preceding the day of election.Senators. A citizen of the United States, a resident of the State for two years, one year a resident of the district in which he resides, and must be twenty-five years of age.Representatives. Must have attained the age of twenty-one years, and in other particulars qualified as are the Senators.

TEXAS. Governor. Must be thirty years of age, a citizen of the United States, and have been a resident of the State for three years preceding his election.-Senators. Must have attained the age of thirty years, be a citizen of the United States, a resident in the State for three years preceding his election, and one year in the district where he resides.-Representatives. Must be a citizen of the United States, have resided in the State two years, in his district one year, and have attained the age of twenty-one years.

IOWA. Governor. Must be thirty years of age, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the State for two years.–Senators. Must be twenty-five years of age, a citizen of the United States, a resident of the State for one year, and of the district where he resides at least sixty days.-Representatives. Must be twenty-one years of age, and in other respects possess the qualifications of Senators.

WISCONSIN. Governor. No person except a citizen of the United States, and a qualified elector of the State, shall be eligible to this office.-Senators and Representatives. No person shall be eligible to the Legislature who shall not have resided in the State one year, and be a qualified elector in the district where he resides.

CALIFORNIA. Governor. Must be twenty-five years of age, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of the State for two years.--Senators and Representatives. Must be qualified electors, residents of the State one year, and of their districts six months.

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