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Monroe County
Indiana

Monroe County Political Parties

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

Republican Party chairs in Monroe County (incomplete!): Joseph H. Campbell, as of 1905 — Les Compton, as of 2011


Monroe County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1856, Cincinnati: R. W. Aiken
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: Samuel H. Buskirk — Paris C. Dunning
   1912, Baltimore: W. P. Dill
   1916, St. Louis: C. R. Pleasants
   1924, New York: Oscar Cravens
   1932, Chicago: Mrs. C. J. Sembower
   1940, Chicago: Paul L. Feltus
   1944, Chicago: Paul L. Feltus — Paul V. McNutt
   1948, Philadelphia: Paul L. Feltus
   1952, Chicago: Paul L. Feltus
   1964, Atlantic City: Agnes Woolery
   1968, Chicago: Tom Lemmon — Agnes Woolery
   1972, Miami Beach: Ernie Howe — Frank McCloskey — Nancy Salmon — Charlotte Zietlow
   1996, Chicago: John R. Fernandez — Mark R. Kruzan
   2000, Los Angeles: John R. Fernandez
   2008, Denver: John R. Fernandez — John Hamilton — Vi Simpson — Pamela Warren
Republican National Conventions:
   1888, Chicago: J. G. McPheeters
   1896, St. Louis: Nathaniel U. Hill
   1904, Chicago: Joseph H. Campbell
   1908, Chicago: Gus C. Davis
   1916, Chicago: Robert G. Miller
   1928, Kansas City: William W. Weaver
   1932, Chicago: Harry Johnson
   1936, Cleveland: Joseph H. Campbell
   1944, Chicago: George W. Henley
   1948, Philadelphia: Robert G. Miller
   1956, San Francisco: Dillon Geiger
   1960, Chicago: Sarkes Tarzian
   1972, Miami Beach: Margaret C. Hill — Carl M. Myers — William Nicholson
   2008, St. Paul: Franklin Andrew — Christopher Crabtree

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