Kansas elects the delegates for its consitutional convention to be held in July at Wyandotte
Kansans voted to elect the delegates who would represent them in the drawing up of a new constitution in preparations for statehood. Thirty-five Republicans and seventeen Democrats were chosen. These men would gather at Wyandotte in July and frame the new document. (By John Osborne)
Fred W. Brinkerhoff, "The Kansas Tour of Lincoln the Candidate," Kansas Historical Quarterly 13 (February 1945): 296.