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Boulder County
Colorado

Boulder County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Boulder County (incomplete!): Franklin G. Murphy, as of 1950

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


Boulder County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: John A. Donovan
   1924, New York: Bryant Smith
   1928, Houston: L. C. Paddock
   1936, Philadelphia: Earl Sturdyvin
   1940, Chicago: Ray Lanyon
   1944, Chicago: R. J. Bush
   1948, Philadelphia: R. J. Bush
   1952, Chicago: Franklin G. Murphy
   1956, Chicago: Franklin G. Murphy — Marguerite P. Thompson
   1960, Los Angeles: Fred Pruett
   1968, Chicago: Anne Branscomb — Philip A. Danielson — Rich Gebhardt — Charles B. Howe — Fred Pruett — George C. Williams
   1972, Miami Beach: J.Carlos Lucero — Sandy Roberts — Nancy Smith
   1980, New York: Shiela Carrigan — Katherine Chandley — Phillip Cochran — Dennis Creese — Ethel Harrold — Faye Johnson — Catherine Moyer — Mo Siegel — Alice Winter
   1996, Chicago: Cindy Domenico — Aaron Harber — Peggy Lamm — Sherrie Wolff
   2000, Los Angeles: Mark E. Udall
   2004, Boston: Kim Cohen — Aime Fournier — Josie Heath — Rollie Heath — Jonathan S. Singer — Michael Lee White
   2008, Denver: Shawn L. Coleman — Richard R. Gardner — Maria Handley — Sonya J. Lewis — Sharon A. Malloy — Sacha Millstone — Jonathan S. Singer — Mark E. Udall — Nathan E. Vanderschaaf — Jessica C. Wittmer
Republican National Conventions:
   1876, Cincinnati: Daniel Ransom
   1880, Chicago: John A. Ellet
   1884, Chicago: J. A. Smith
   1888, Chicago: A. M. Safely
   1896, St. Louis: James Cowie
   1904, Chicago: Sylvester S. Downer
   1908, Chicago: A. A. Reed
   1912, Chicago: George W. Johnson
   1920, Chicago: N. R. McCreery
   1924, Cleveland: Charles D. Bromley
   1928, Kansas City: Frank T. Secor
   1932, Chicago: Lillie Knox
   1940, Philadelphia: Gray Secor
   1944, Chicago: John T. Bartlett — Charlotte Wiggins
   1948, Philadelphia: John D. Deets — Charlotte Wiggins
   1952, Chicago: Robert L. Stearns
   1956, San Francisco: John G. Mackie
   1960, Chicago: Lucile Cannon
   1964, San Francisco: Betty M. Chronic — Fern Hennigh
   1972, Miami Beach: Sanders G. Arnold — Robert Cox — Mrs. Robert Michael
   2004, New York: Marty Neilson
   2008, St. Paul: Athena Dalton — LeMoine Dowd — Kevin Holst — Marty Neilson
   2012, Tampa: Bob Beauprez
 
Socialist National Conventions:
   1960, Washington: Alex Garber
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