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Escambia County
Florida

Escambia County Political Parties

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

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


Escambia County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1884, Chicago: W. D. Chipley
   1888, St. Louis: Stephen R. Mallory, Jr.
   1892, Chicago: W. D. Chipley
   1912, Baltimore: T. Albert Jennings — Frank L. Mayes — S. A. Sanborn — John H. Smithwick — B. S. Williams — Emmett Wilson
   1924, New York: Bryan Mack
   1936, Philadelphia: Evalyn S. Coe — John M. Coe
   1940, Chicago: John M. Coe — George E. Hoffmann
   1944, Chicago: Mrs. John M. Coe — John M. Coe
   1948, Philadelphia: Warren E. Anderson — Ed Campbell Jones — Byrd Sims — F. M. Turner, Sr. — Mrs. F. M. Turner
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. Frank X. Carroll, Jr. — Ed Campbell Jones — Byrd Sims — Gloria R. Stritzinger
   1956, Chicago: Mrs. Frank X. Carroll, Jr. — Byrd Sims — Charles W. Smith — Gloria R. Stritzinger — George Trawick
   1968, Chicago: Mrs. S. W. Boyd, Sr. — Ruth T. Godwin
   1996, Chicago: Joseph Mooney — John Olsen — James Reese — Julia Reese — Juanita Scott
   2000, Los Angeles: Juanita Scott
   2004, Boston: Evalyn Narramore — Juanita Scott
   2008, Denver: Samuel A. Horton, Sr.
Republican National Conventions:
   1880, Chicago: Frederick C. Humphreys — Mark T. White
   1888, Chicago: George S. Wells — Mark S. White
   1896, St. Louis: William H. Northup — Emory F. Skinner — B. C. Tunison — Mark S. White
   1904, Chicago: P. A. Davidson — William H. Northup — Mark S. White
   1908, Chicago: P. H. Davidson — Thomas F. McGourin — William H. Northup
   1912, Chicago: Thomas F. McGourin — William H. Northup — W. A. Watts
   1916, Chicago: William Fluker — William H. Northup
   1920, Chicago: William H. Northup
   1924, Cleveland: Robert T. Thomas — George P. Wentworth
   1932, Chicago: L. A. Wilson
   1936, Cleveland: George P. Wentworth
   1940, Philadelphia: George P. Wentworth
   1944, Chicago: H. G. Goode
   1948, Philadelphia: Mrs. E. B. Goode — H. G. Goode
   1956, San Francisco: Mrs. Ray Stephens
   1960, Chicago: Mrs. Ross A. Hicks — Julius F. Wernicke, Jr.
   1964, San Francisco: Jasper E. Grantham — Robert L. Hill — J. Holliday Veal
   1972, Miami Beach: Lindley Camp
   2004, New York: Janice E. Gilley — Sandra M. Phillips
   2008, St. Paul: Robert Stumpf

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