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Kootenai County

Kootenai County Political Parties

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

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

Kootenai County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1916, St. Louis: Teresa M. Graham
   1924, New York: Teresa M. Graham
   1928, Houston: Robert H. Elder
   1936, Philadelphia: Robert H. Elder — Teresa M. Graham
   1940, Chicago: Robert Elder, Jr. — Robert H. Elder — William Hawkins — Ramsey M. Walker
   1944, Chicago: Robert H. Elder
   1948, Philadelphia: Robert H. Elder — Stella Morin — Ramsey M. Walker
   1952, Chicago: Robert N. Elder — M. E. Frandsen
   2008, Denver: Jeanne Buell — Ryan Robinson — Maj G. StormoGipson — Albert Wilkerson
Republican National Conventions:
   1904, Chicago: A. A. Crane
   1912, Chicago: C. L. Heitman — C. H. Potts
   1916, Chicago: James F. Ailshie — Ezra R. Whitla
   1920, Chicago: Fred Crane — John P. Gray
   1924, Cleveland: Ralph S. Nelson
   1928, Kansas City: Ralph S. Nelson — Ezra R. Whitla
   1932, Chicago: James F. Ailshie — A. J. Kent
   1948, Philadelphia: Ralph S. Nelson
   1952, Chicago: Dolores Wood
   1956, San Francisco: Ella Wilcox
   1960, Chicago: Sidney E. Smith
   1972, Miami Beach: Ruthie Johnson
   1988, New Orleans: Katie Brodie — Ruthie Johnson — Chuck Lempesis — Dennis Wheeler
   2004, New York: Ruthie Johnson — Sandy Patano — Dennis Wheeler
   2008, St. Paul: Bito Barbieri — Julie Chadderdon — Marjorie Chadderdon — James Clark — Sharon Culbreth — Alanna Grimm — Phil Hart — Ruthie Johnson — Cynthia Jorgenson — Michael Jorgenson — Rachel Riggs — Kathleen Sims
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