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Republicans successful in Rhode Island elections, re-electing the governor and both congressmen

Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1858, zoomable view
04/05/1865
The Rhode Island ballot saw the re-election of the most of the Republican ticket across the state.  James Youngs Smith was successful for a second time as governor while Thomas A. Jenckes and Nathan F. Dixon were returned to Congress, all as Republicans.  Democrat were able to win some representation in Providence, Newport, and other places.  (By John Osborne) 
Source Citation: 
 "The Rhode Island Election," New York Times, April 6, 1865, p. 1.

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