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Dallas County
Alabama

Dallas County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Dallas County (incomplete!): Alston Keith, as of 2003

Republican Party chairs in Dallas County: [none currently in database]


Dallas County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: N. H. R. Dawson
   1876, St. Louis: John T. Morgan — Edmund W. Pettus
   1880, Cincinnati: Edmund W. Pettus
   1884, Chicago: Edmund W. Pettus
   1888, St. Louis: Edmund W. Pettus
   1892, Chicago: Edmund W. Pettus
   1900, Kansas City: John T. Morgan
   1912, Baltimore: William B. Craig — H. S. D. Mallory — Alexander D. Pitts
   1916, St. Louis: F. T. Raiford
   1920, San Francisco: J. Craig Smith
   1924, New York: J. B. Ellis — E. C. Melvin
   1928, Houston: R. L. Lacey — F. T. Raiford — G. Bowie Smith
   1936, Philadelphia: Herbert C. Stallworth — George L. Tate
   1964, Atlantic City: Earl Goodwin
   1968, Chicago: Earl Goodwin
   1972, Miami Beach: Earl Goodwin — Alston Keith II
   1996, Chicago: Dale M. Bryant
   2000, Los Angeles: Dale M. Bryant
   2004, Boston: Dale M. Bryant — Kobi Little
   2008, Denver: Hank Sanders
Republican National Conventions:
   1872, Philadelphia: Datus E. Coon — Jeremiah Haralson — Alexander White
   1880, Chicago: Jeremiah C. Blevins — William J. Stevens
   1884, Chicago: J. C. Duke
   1888, Chicago: Joseph Goldsby
   1892, Minneapolis: Jeremiah C. Blevins
   1896, St. Louis: C. H. Walker
   1900, Philadelphia: Charles W. Smith
   1960, Chicago: Graham Melvin
   1972, Miami Beach: Jean Sullivan

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