On January 7, 1789, Pennsylvania's voters voted for ten at-large electors. Two electoral slates ran.
The federalist ticket:
The antifederalist ticket:
A great deal of scattered candidates also received votes, with somewhere between eighty and ninety candidates getting a total of 644 votes.
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||6311 (93.82%)||416 (6.18%)|
The federalist ticket was elected, and voted for Washington and Adams on February 4, with the exception of two, who voted for John Hancock.