On November 26, 1788, Pennsylvania's voters voted for eight at-large representatives. Two electoral slates ran.
The federalist ticket:
The antifederalist ticket:
A rough estimate of the average county returns are as follows. The vote was loose enough to where this can not be considered authoritative, but not loose enough to discount any sort of party polarization.
|Total||8125 (55.65%)||6474 (44.35%)|
The federalist ticket was elected, except for Allison and Chambers, who lost to Peter Muhlenberg and Hiester due to German vote-splitting.