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Macoupin County
Illinois

Macoupin County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Macoupin County (incomplete!): Sam Carney, Jr., as of 1950

Republican Party chairs in Macoupin County (incomplete!): Edward M. Stubblefield, as of 1950 — Richard Mottershaw, as of 2002


Macoupin County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1876, St. Louis: William R. Welsh
   1912, Baltimore: Edward C. Knotts
   1916, St. Louis: William E. P. Anderson
   1920, San Francisco: J. B. Vaughn — Mrs. Howard Wilson
   1924, New York: William E. P. Anderson
   1928, Houston: James Hardie — James H. Murphy
   1932, Chicago: James Hardie — Joseph W. Rizzie — Truman A. Snell
   1936, Philadelphia: James Hardie
   1940, Chicago: James Hardie
   1944, Chicago: W. L. Schmitt
   1952, Chicago: Michael F. Seyfrit
   1972, Miami Beach: Jack E. Wenzel
   1980, New York: Vince Demuzio
   1988, Atlanta: Vince Demuzio
   1996, Chicago: Vince Demuzio
   2000, Los Angeles: Vince Demuzio
   2008, Denver: Deanna Demuzio
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: John M. Palmer — Isaac Whittaker
   1876, Cincinnati: John I. Rinaker
   1884, Chicago: John I. Rinaker
   1896, St. Louis: J. T. McKnight
   1904, Chicago: Theodore Koch
   1908, Chicago: Edward Wilson
   1912, Chicago: Stewart Cuthbertson
   1916, Chicago: James B. Searcy
   1920, Chicago: Harry DeFrates
   1924, Cleveland: Nettie P. Denby
   1928, Kansas City: H. H. Willoughby
   1932, Chicago: Andrew S. Cuthbertson
   1936, Cleveland: T. K. Rinaker
   1944, Chicago: L. E. Wilhite
   1948, Philadelphia: Samuel O. Smith, Jr.
   1952, Chicago: Edward M. Stubblefield

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