Both of Missouri's seats to the United States House of Representatives
Elections to the House of Representatives in Missouri for the 23rd Congress were held August 5, 1832 and August 6, 1833 for two Representatives. Unusually, rather than a single election for both seats, the second seat was elected a year after the first.
In the 22nd Congress, Missouri had been represented by a single Representative elected at-large. With reapportionment following the Census of 1830, Missouri's representation increased to 2 representatives. Going into the election, Missouri was represented by William H. Ashley (J), who'd been elected in a special election held in 1831.
|William H. Ashley (I)||7,868||60.6%|
|Robert W. Wells||5,127||39.4%|
|George F. Strother||3,630||27.4%||John Bull||3,671||27.7%||James H. Birch||2,130||16.1%|
|George Shannon||3,430||25.9%||George Sibley||392||3.0%|
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