ZOOM PRESENTATION Personal Insults, Street Brawls, and Uncounted Ballots: Electoral Politics in Federalist New York

Guest speaker Robb K. Haberman, PhD, Associate Editor of The Selected Papers of John Jay, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University Libraries

John Jay played important and prominent roles during the founding of the United States and yet, his name isn’t one that many would list if asked to name founding fathers. In this program, Robb K. Haberman, Associate Editor of The Selected Papers of John Jay will provide insights into early gubernatorial elections in New York State which included Jay as a Federalist candidate. Haberman will provide details about campaigning in early elections and controversies related to election results. 

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The presentation will be offered live via Zoom with a Q&A session. All participants will receive the Zoom link one hour before the lecture to the email used during registration.

Thursday, November 19 • 7:00pm - 8:00pm

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