Sen. Nathaniel Macon

Former Senator from North Carolina, Jackson

Macon, a Jackson, was a senator from North Carolina from 1825 to 1829.

He was previously a senator from North Carolina (1819-1825; Republican); a senator from North Carolina (1815-1819; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 6th congressional district (1815-1817; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 6th congressional district (1811-1815; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 6th congressional district (1807-1811; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 6th congressional district (1805-1807; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 6th congressional district (1803-1805; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 5th congressional district (1801-1803; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 5th congressional district (1799-1801; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 5th congressional district (1795-1799; Republican); the representative for North Carolina's 5th congressional district (1793-1795; Democratic Republican); and the representative for North Carolina's 2nd congressional district (1791-1793; Democratic Republican).

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Voting Record

From Dec 1815 to May 1828, Macon missed 18 of 1,112 roll call votes, which is 1.6%. This is better than the median of 9.5% among the lifetime records of senators serving in May 1828. The chart below reports missed votes over time.

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