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Butte County
California

Butte County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Butte County: [none currently in database]

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


Butte County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: John Bidwell
   1876, St. Louis: Harmen Bay
   1936, Philadelphia: Charles Hastings Deuel
   1956, Chicago: Judy B. Conley
   1960, Los Angeles: Judy B. Conley
   1968, Chicago: James E. Gregg — Arley Howsden
   1972, Miami Beach: Genevieve Lash — Deborah L. Rossi — Kathryn Ann Scott
   1988, Atlanta: Jane Dolan — Shelton Enochs — Dian Dolores Hasson — Bob Mulholland
   1996, Chicago: Roberts A. Braden — Justin Kuykendall — Jane Martin — Bob Mulholland — Phanom Wacht — Tamara White — Michael Worley
   2000, Los Angeles: Jane Dolan — Bob Mulholland
   2004, Boston: Jane Dolan — Bob Mulholland — Dan Nguyen-Tan — Michael Worley
   2008, Denver: Jane Dolan — Kimberly E. Durso — Ryan McElhinney — Michael D. McGinnis — Bob Mulholland
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: John Dick
   1860, Chicago: D. W. Cheesman
   1884, Chicago: Timothy H. Barnard
   1920, Chicago: Albert E. Boynton — Bert B. Meek
   1928, Kansas City: Ray Leonard — Bert B. Meek
   1940, Philadelphia: G. M. Fuller
   1944, Chicago: Culver C. Rogers — Ray B. Wiser
   1948, Philadelphia: Culver C. Rogers
   1952, Chicago: Ray B. Wiser
   1960, Chicago: Paul L. Byrne
   1964, San Francisco: Mont Justeson
   1972, Miami Beach: August J. Techeira, Jr.
   1992, Houston: Mary Richey
   2004, New York: Robinette Cook
   2008, St. Paul: J. Scott Pfeiffer
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