Governors of the Republic of the State of New York (Third Constitution)
1850-1862: Maarten Van Buren (Locofoco Whig) 1862-1863: John Dix (Locofoco Whig) [Acting]
1863-1886: Horatio Seymour (Bucktail Whig) 1863 def.John Dix (Locofoco Whig), John Bidwell (Radical), J. Gregory Smith (Green Mountain) 1886: Abram Hewitt (Bucktail Whig) [Acting]
1886-1894: Leon Abbett (Radical) 1886 def. William R. Grace (Locofoco Whig), Richard Croker (Bucktail Whig)Ebenezer J. Ormsbee (Green Mountain) 1894-1895: Davis Hanson Waite (Radical) [Acting]
1895-1900: Levi P. Morton (Locofoco Whig) 1895 def. Richard Croker (Bucktail Whig), Edward H. Gillette (The Land), Daniel De Leon (Working Men’s), Josiah Grout (Green Mountain)
1899 Constitutional Referendum:50.013% Yes, 49.987% No
Governors of the Republic of the State of New York, First Constitution 1777-1789: George Clinton (Nonpartisan then Decentralist) (with Pierre Van Cortlandt) 1777 def. Philip Schuyler (Nonpartisan), John Morin Scott (Nonpartisan), John Jay (Nonpartisan) (with Pierre Van Cortlandt) 1780 def. Unopposed (with Pierre Van Cortlandt) 1783 def. Philip Schuyler (Centralist) (with Pierre Van Cortlandt) 1786 def. John Jay (Centralist) 1789 Constitutional Referendum: 62% Yes, 38% No
Mostly just OTL results with alternate historiography.