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ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT IN KENTUCKY
FROM THE TIME OF HER ADMISSION INTO THE UNION AS A SEPARATE STATE
From: HISTORY OF KENTUCKY Allen, 1892

page 163, 164
At the first election under the Constitution, Kentucky, as a State, had no voice. George Washington was elected, by a unanimous vote of the Electors, President of the United States, and John Adams Vice President by a plurality of one vote over all other of his opponents. The Constitution then provided that he who received the highest electoral vote should be President, and the next highest Vice President. But at the fourth Presidential election, in 1801, Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr having each received an equal number of votes, the choice devolved upon the House of Representatives. The House having balloted at itervals for seven consecutive days, on the afternoon of the 17th day of February, 1802, on the 36th ballot, Thomas Jefferson was declared duly elected President of the United States. This result was occasioned by Delaware and South Carolina voting blank, while the votes of Vermont and Maryland were given for Mr. Jefferson. The Vice Presidency, as a matter of course, devolved on Aaron Burr.

After this, the Constitution was so amended as to provide that Electors, in casting their votes, should vote for President and Vice President separately, so as to avoid in future a recurrence of the difficulty.
Presidential
Election
Year
Elected President
Elected Vice-President
Kentucky Electors Voted For
2nd - 1793 George Washington
John Adams
R C Anderson
Charles Scott
Benjamin Logan
Notley Conn
The Electors for Kentucky voted for George Washington for President and Thomas Jefferson for Vice President, which were the only votes cast for Jefferson in that election, even Virginia voting for George Clinton, of New York
3rd - 1797 John Adams
Thomas Jefferson
Stephen Ormsby
Caleb Wallace
Isaac Shelby
John Coburn
Adams received 71 of the 140 electoral votes, and Jefferson received 68 votes, the next highest number
4th - 1801 Thomas Jefferson
Aaron Burr
John Coburn
Charles Scott
John Pope
Isaac Shelby
all of whom cast their votes for Jefferson and Burr.
5th- 1805 Thomas Jefferson
George Clinton
Charles Scott
Isaac Shelby
John Coburn
Ninian Edwards
Hubbard Taylor
Joseph Lewis
William Irvine
William Roberts
all of whom cast their votes for Jefferson and Clinton
6th - 1809 James Madison
George Clinton
Samuel Hopkins
Charles Scott
William Logan
Robert Trimble
Matthew Walton
Hubbard Taylor
Robert Ewing
Christopher Greenup
all of whom cast their votes for Madison and Clinton
7th - 1813 James Madison
Elbridge Gerry
Robert Ewing
William Irvine
William Casey
Robert Mosby
Samuel Murrell
Hubbard Taylor
Samuel Caldwell
Duvall Payne
Richard Taylor
Walker Baylor
William Logan
T D Owings
all of whom voted for Madison and Gerry
8th - 1817 James Monroe
Daniel D Tompkins
Duval Payne
Richard Taylor
Hubbard Taylor
William Logan
Robert Trimble
Alexander Adair
Thomas Bodley
Samuel Caldwell
Willie A Lee
Samuel Murrell
William Irvine
Robert Ewing
all of whom cast their votes for Monroe and Tompkins
9th - 1821 James Monroe
Daniel D Tompkins
Samuel Murrell
Martin B Hardin
E M Ewing
Willis A Lee
Samuel Caldwell
James Johnson
John E King
Jesse Blidsoe
John Pope
Thomas Bodley
Richard Taylor
Hubbard Taylor
all of whom cast their votes for Monroe and Tompkins
10th - 1825 John Quincy Adams
John C Calhoun
J R Underwood
Richard Taylor
John E King
Joseph Allen
Andrew McLean
W Moore
Young Ewing
Thomas Bodley
Benjamin Letcher
D Payne
James Smiley
J J Crittenden
Joshua Fry
H Taylor
The election of the President in this instance devolved on the House of Representatives, no one of the aspirants at the time having received a majority of all the electoral votes cast. The candidates were Adams, Jackson, Crawford, and Clay. The result was the election of Adams. The Electoral College of Kentucky cast her entire vote for Henry Clay for President, and seven voted for John C Calhoun for Vice President and seven for Nathan Sanford.
11th - 1829 Andrew Jackson
John C Calhoun
Thomas S Slaughter
Reuben Munday
Matthew Lyon
Benjamin Chapeze
Edmund Watkins
John Younger
Nathan Gaither
John Sterrett
Tunstall Quarles
Benjamin Taylor
Robert J Ward
Richard French
Tandy Allen
Thompson Ward
The entire electoral vote of Kentucky was cast for Jackson and Calhoun
12th - 1833 Andrew Jackson
Martin Van Buren
Joseph Eve
Alney McLean
Ben. Hardin
W K Wall
M P Marshall
J L Hickman
M V Thompson
William Owsley
Burr Harrison
Thomas Chilton
John J Marshall
D S Patton
E M Ewing
Martin Beatty
Thompson M Ewing
The electoral vote of Kentucky was cast for Henry Clay for President and John Sargent for Vice President