List of rallies for the 2016 Donald Trump presidential campaign - Primary season

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Number of Data columns : 5 Number of Data rows : 186
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Data row number Date of Rally City State Venue Estimated Visitors

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. 1777 1820 Gubernatorial elections under the State Constitution of 1777. The term was three years, the election held in the last week of April or on May 1. 1820 general election results 1820 general election results DeWitt Clinton John Tayler Democratic Republican (Clintonian) 47,445 (50.78%) Note: 1817 special election results 1817 special election results DeWitt Clinton John Tayler Democratic Republican 43,310 (96.70%) Note: Governor Tompkins was elected US Vice President in November 1816, and he resigned in February 1817. Article XVII of the New York State Constitution of 1777 said that '...as often as the seat of government shall become vacant, a wise and descreet freeholder of this State shall be, by ballot, elected governor,... which elections shall be always held at the times and places of choosing representatives in assembly...' This meant that, whenever a vacancy occurred, the Lt. Gov. did not succeed to the governor's office but administrated the state only until the end of the yearly term of the New York State Assembly on June 30, the successor being elected in April. 1816 general election results 1816 general election results Daniel D. Tompkins John Tayler Democratic Republican 45,412 (54.02%)

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