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Q: He was the only delegate from New York state to sign the Constitution?
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In which state did only one delegate sign?

in which state did only one delegate sign the constitution


Who does the US Constitution delegate police powers mainly to?

The U.S. Constitution does not delegate police powers. The power of police departments are defined at the town, county, and state levels, not at a federal level. The powers of federal police forces like the U.S. Marshalls are defined in law by Congress, but these are not defined in the Constitution. The U.S. Constitution does cover military/war powers of the United States Government. The only time the Constitution may impact the power of police is when it comes to obeying federal laws. The U.S. Constitution specifically defines that federal law is "law of the land", meaning that federal ALWAYS supersedes local and state law.


How many votes did each state have during the constitutional convention?

One vote, no matter the delegates. If a state was divided, its vote didn't count. If there weren't two or more delegates in attendance, the remaining delegate's state didn't have a vote (the only example of this was New York).


Why did only 35 people sign the constitution not all the 55 deligates?

It should be noted that only 39 delegates signed the Constitution. There is one additional signature, that of William Jackson - he was the secretary of the convention and not a delegate. Of the 55 delegates, all of them identified themselves at some point in their lives as Christians or, at the very least, Deists. The vast majority were Protestant, most being Episcopalian, with Presbyterian also making up considerable number. Only two were Roman Catholic.


In which state was there only slender opposition to the constitution?

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In which state did only one delegate sign?

in which state did only one delegate sign the constitution


He was the only delegate from the New York to sign the constitution?

Alexander Hamilton :)


The only state to allow a direct vote on the constitution?

New York


Alexander Hamilton was the only signer of the constitution from what state?

new york


Was New Hampshire the only state that did not send a delegate to the constitutional convention?

False. The only state that didn't send a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in 1787 was Rhode Island.


Who was the New York delegate to the constitutional convention?

Alexander Hamilton was the only New York delegate to stay the entire length of the convention. The other 2 delegates, John Lansing and Robert Yates, were anti-Federalists from the get go and chosen to nullify any vote that Alexander Hamilton put out (as he was an ardent Federalist). They ended up leaving, and that left Hamilton as the only New York delegate. Since he was the only delegate from his state, he did not get a vote because there had to be 2. However, he still had a voice and he still signed the Constitution, and later wrote a good chunk of the 85 essays that make up the Federalist Papers.


Which state walked out of the Constitutional Convention?

Only the state of Rhode Island (State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations) refused to send a delegate to the Philadelphia Convention (later called the Constitutional Convention) because they believed the Convention was really a conspiracy to overthrow the established government. Patrick Henry would have been a delegate from Rhode Island, if they'd chosen to participate. Of the 74 delegates invited, 55 actually attended. A few of the nation's most prominent leaders, such as Thomas Jefferson and John Jay, were absent because they were on diplomatic missions in Europe.


Which was the only state to submit its constitution to the voters for approval in the us history?

New York was the only state that allowed a direct vote to ratify the Consitution.


Who does the US delegate police powers mainly to?

The U.S. Constitution does not delegate police powers. The power of police departments are defined at the town, county, and state levels, not at a federal level. The powers of federal police forces like the U.S. Marshalls are defined in law by Congress, but these are not defined in the Constitution. The U.S. Constitution does cover military/war powers of the United States Government. The only time the Constitution may impact the power of police is when it comes to obeying Federal Laws. The U.S. Constitution specifically defines that federal law is "law of the land", meaning that federal ALWAYS supersedes local and state law.


Who does the US Constitution delegate police powers mainly to?

The U.S. Constitution does not delegate police powers. The power of police departments are defined at the town, county, and state levels, not at a federal level. The powers of federal police forces like the U.S. Marshalls are defined in law by Congress, but these are not defined in the Constitution. The U.S. Constitution does cover military/war powers of the United States Government. The only time the Constitution may impact the power of police is when it comes to obeying federal laws. The U.S. Constitution specifically defines that federal law is "law of the land", meaning that federal ALWAYS supersedes local and state law.


What are the names of the people from each state who signed the US Constitution?

New York- only HamiltonIt's just not new york that signed it, there are 12 more colonies and there are 36 or 38 people that signed the Constitution of United States of America


How many votes did each state have during the constitutional convention?

One vote, no matter the delegates. If a state was divided, its vote didn't count. If there weren't two or more delegates in attendance, the remaining delegate's state didn't have a vote (the only example of this was New York).