A special election was held in Massachusetts's 10th congressional district to fill a vacancy caused by John Bailey (DR) being declared not eligible for the seat which he'd won the previous year on March 24, 1824. The election was held on August 30, 1824, with additional ballots held on November 1 and November 29 due to a majority not being achieved on the first or second ballot.
|Candidate||Party||First ballot||Second ballot||Third ballot|
|John Bailey||Adams-Clay Republican||871||47.3%||1,112||42.1%||1,661||50.1%|
|Rufus G. Amory||Unknown||1,038||31.3%|
Bailey was seated again December 13, 1824.
- List of special elections to the United States House of Representatives
- 1824 and 1825 United States House of Representatives elections