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Tuscaloosa County
Alabama

Tuscaloosa County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Tuscaloosa County (incomplete!): James Smith, as of 2003

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


Tuscaloosa County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: J. C. Guild
   1876, St. Louis: Newton Nash Clements
   1912, Baltimore: William W. Brandon
   1916, St. Louis: E. L. Clarkson — Fred Fite — C. B. Verner
   1920, San Francisco: C. B. Verner
   1924, New York: William W. Brandon — William B. Oliver — C. B. Verner
   1928, Houston: William J. Foster — Fleetwood Rice
   1936, Philadelphia: John D. McQueen — W. D. Partlow
   1940, Chicago: James A. McCollum — Tom B. Ward
   1944, Chicago: Thomas H. Maxwell — James A. McCollum
   1948, Philadelphia: Thomas H. Maxwell — Henry J. Mayfield
   1952, Chicago: A. K. 'Temo' Callahan — Gordon Madison — Ralph Price — Hugh W. Roberts, Jr.
   1956, Chicago: Bert Bank — Jack H. McGuire — W. D. Partlow, Jr. — Robert P. Schwenn — Paul Smith — W. W. Townsend — Ralph Williams
   1964, Atlantic City: Steve Dailey — William E. Johnston — J. R. Stallworth
   1968, Chicago: Ruth M. McGuire — H. Pettus Randall III — William D. Smith — J. R. Stallworth
   1972, Miami Beach: James Chancey — Howard Eubanks
   1996, Chicago: Sally Albright — Sallie B. Cook
   2004, Boston: Sallie B. Cook
Republican National Conventions:
   1880, Chicago: Elisha Williams
   1892, Minneapolis: Howell L. Goins — Ignatius Green — Peter J. McEntosh
   1896, St. Louis: Howell L. Goins
   1900, Philadelphia: S. L. Whatley
   1908, Chicago: Ignatius Green
   1928, Kansas City: Martha B. Hoffman — John F. Morton
   1948, Philadelphia: John S. Crowder
   1952, Chicago: John S. Crowder
   1956, San Francisco: A. M. Walker
   1960, Chicago: Gordon Lawless — Charles A. Wilson
   1964, San Francisco: Robert B. French — Gordon Lawless
   1972, Miami Beach: Maxwell Peters
   2004, New York: Gerald Allen — J. W. McFarland
   2008, St. Paul: Robert J. Bentley — Ben Foster

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