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Caleb T. Fay

Union Republican

Date Party Office Votes Result
09-04-1861 Republican AD-08 0 Win
09-04-1867 Union Republican Governor 2088 Loss
 

Candidate Biography:

Born: April 13, 1821 in Southborough, Massachusetts
Child: Kate Fay
Died: April 20, 1885 in San Francisco, CA

1860: Candidate for Mayor of San Francisco (Lost)
1862-1865: Assessor of Internal Revenue Department

  • LEGISLATION: In 1862, Fay "introduced an Act to amend the Criminal Practice Act, so as to admit colored testimony in criminal cases, which passed the Assembly but was lost in the Democratic Senate. [Source: Representative and leading men of the Pacific]

Source: History of Political Conventions in California, 1849-1892 by Winfield J. Davis (1893)
Source: Representative and leading men of the Pacific by Oscar Tully Shuck (1870)