The counting of the votes for the state Assembly (the lower house of the legislature) and for the Convention was completed at 5 p.m. on May 29, 1788, and the returns were reported in the next day's newspapers. John Jay, with 2,735 votes, received the most votes, while George Clinton received only 134 votes—the highest number for any Antifederalist candidate. Also note that the number of votes for Assembly was substantially lower than for the Convention, 2,836 to 1,650, or 48% lower. This is at least partially because there was a property qualification required of voters for the Assembly but not for the Convention. Federalist candidates were also elected from New York City to the Assembly and the Senate.