The Political Graveyard: A Database of American History
Santa Barbara County

Santa Barbara County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Santa Barbara County: [none currently in database]

Republican Party chairs in Santa Barbara County: [none currently in database]

Santa Barbara County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1924, New York: Jane C. Byrd — Thomas M. Storke
   1932, Chicago: Thomas M. Storke
   1936, Philadelphia: William G. McAdoo — Thomas M. Storke
   1940, Chicago: J. James Hollister
   1944, Chicago: George E. Outland — A. W. Robertson
   1948, Philadelphia: Mrs. William McClaren
   1952, Chicago: Will Hays — Daniel Nugent
   1956, Chicago: Harry Girvetz — Nina R. Maurer
   1960, Los Angeles: Helen L. Pedotti — Curtis Tunnell
   1964, Atlantic City: Nina R. Maurer — Helen L. Pedotti
   1968, Chicago: Larry Adams — Larry L. Berg — Stanley C. Hatch — Kenneth A. Palmer — Stanley K. Sheinbaum — Winfield A. Shoemaker
   1972, Miami Beach: Clementina C. Hart — Terry Horsmon — Harley Pinson — Stanley K. Sheinbaum — Lucia Tebbe
   1988, Atlanta: Anita P. Ferguson — Don L. Gevirtz — Shirley G. Kennedy — Gloria M. Ochoa — Jenaro Valdez
   1996, Chicago: Walter H. Capps — Mary Delgado — Susan J. Rose
   2000, Los Angeles: Lois G. Capps
   2004, Boston: Pamela Boehr — Lois G. Capps — Eric Friedman — Don MacMannis — Ralph Miller — Cheryl Rogers — Susan J. Rose — Benjamin Sheldon-Tarzynski
   2008, Denver: Tim Allison — Lois G. Capps — Robert F. Egenolf — Michael H. Getto — Sherry K. Holland — Tania Israel — Susan J. Rose
Republican National Conventions:
   1880, Chicago: J. P. Stearns
   1884, Chicago: Edwin W. Crooks
   1896, St. Louis: Elwood Cooper
   1908, Chicago: W. G. Griffith
   1912, Chicago: Jesse L. Hurlburt
   1924, Cleveland: F. F. Peabody
   1932, Chicago: Theodore Paul Dalzell
   1936, Cleveland: Fred Schauer
   1940, Philadelphia: C. L. Preisker
   1948, Philadelphia: Percy C. Hackendorf — Thomas M. Mullen
   1952, Chicago: Grant C. Ehrlich
   1956, San Francisco: Dwight Murphy
   1960, Chicago: Grant C. Ehrlich
   1964, San Francisco: Pier Gherini — Clarence Rogers
   1972, Miami Beach: Helen J. Cackley — W. Arvid Johnson
   2004, New York: Brooks Firestone
   2008, St. Paul: Joseph Armendariz — Mike Stoker

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