Most of the returns in the southern counties of Illinois were heavily in favor of the convention to create an amendment to the constitution.
|County||Percentage of voters in favor of the convention|
Mitchell's Map of Illinois, 1838 from Illinois in 1837; A Sketch Desciptive of the Situation, Bourndaries, Face of the Country, Prominent Districts, Prairies, Rivers, Minerals, Animals, Agricultural Products, Public Lands, Plans of Internal Improvement, Manufactures, &c. of the State of Illinois
From the collection of the Illinois State Historical Library
In the northern and central counties of Illinois, the convention was decidedly voted down.
|County||Percentage of voters opposed to the convention|
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