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

Santa Cruz County Political Parties

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

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

Santa Cruz County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1916, St. Louis: William T. Jeter
   1924, New York: Donald R. Younger
   1940, Chicago: Donald R. Younger
   1944, Chicago: Donald R. Younger
   1952, Chicago: Paul C. Robey
   1956, Chicago: Norman S. Lezin
   1960, Los Angeles: Henry J. Mello
   1964, Atlantic City: J. J. Crosetti — Henry J. Mello
   1972, Miami Beach: John S. Laird — Roger Over — Alice Santana
   1988, Atlanta: Christina Beltran — Gloria E. Betancourt — Cathy Calfo — John S. Laird — Henry J. Mello
   1996, Chicago: Pedro Castillo — John S. Laird — Richelle Noroyan
   2004, Boston: Rachel Baudler — Ashley Winn
   2008, Denver: Luis A. Alejo — Patricia K. Bakalian — Kristin Carter — Karen A. Darling — John S. Laird — Natalie E. Rojas
Republican National Conventions:
   1892, Minneapolis: John T. Porter
   1908, Chicago: Thomas W. Kelly — Emmett Rittenhouse
   1924, Cleveland: George W. Sill
   1940, Philadelphia: Worth A. Brown
   1944, Chicago: William C. Troyer
   1948, Philadelphia: Worth A. Brown — William C. Troyer
   1952, Chicago: Donald L. Grunsky
   1956, San Francisco: Worth A. Brown — Glenn E. Coolidge
   1960, Chicago: Glenn E. Coolidge
   1964, San Francisco: Worth A. Brown
   1972, Miami Beach: Timothy John Morgan
   2004, New York: Tim Morgan
   2008, St. Paul: Susan Allen — Jim Fuller — Victor Mariani — Tim Morgan — Tom Ramsey

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Henry L. Clinton, Apollo Hall, New York City, February 3, 1872
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