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Vigo County
Indiana

Vigo County Political Parties

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

Republican Party chairs in Vigo County (incomplete!): William Clark, as of 1905 — Bill Treadway, as of 2011


Vigo County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1856, Cincinnati: Grafton Fleener Cookerly
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: Elisha M. Huntington — E. Read
   1864, Chicago: John G. Davis
   1868, New York: Daniel W. Voorhees
   1876, St. Louis: Bayless W. Hanna — Daniel W. Voorhees
   1880, Cincinnati: Daniel W. Voorhees
   1884, Chicago: Daniel W. Voorhees
   1888, St. Louis: Daniel W. Voorhees
   1912, Baltimore: Charles Batt — Crawford Fairbanks
   1916, St. Louis: Peter M. Foley
   1924, New York: John E. Cox — William F. Cronin
   1928, Houston: William F. Cronin — Emma M. May — R. A. Wernecke
   1932, Chicago: William F. Cronin — Richard E. Werneke
   1936, Philadelphia: William F. Cronin — John F. Kelley
   1940, Chicago: William F. Cronin — J. J. Hoover — John F. Kelley
   1944, Chicago: William F. Cronin — John F. Kelley
   1948, Philadelphia: William F. Cronin — Ralph Tucker
   1952, Chicago: William F. Cronin — Ralph Tucker
   1956, Chicago: Ralph Berry — Ralph Tucker
   1964, Atlantic City: Marsee Cox — Lavern Gibson — John Haley — Ralph Tucker
   1968, Chicago: John Haley
   1972, Miami Beach: C. Joseph Anderson — John Haley — Janet Robertson
   1996, Chicago: Robert E. Hayes — Patrick R. Ralston
   2004, Boston: Dora May Abel — Michael Ellis
   2008, Denver: Bionca D. Gambill — William Smock
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: L. A. Burnett
   1868, Chicago: Richard W. Thompson
   1876, Cincinnati: Richard W. Thompson
   1880, Chicago: William R. McKeen — Thomas H. Nelson
   1888, Chicago: S. Daniels — Jacob D. Early — Richard W. Thompson
   1896, St. Louis: Richard W. Thompson
   1900, Philadelphia: George M. Allen — Otto C. Carr
   1904, Chicago: William Dorsey — William R. McKeen
   1908, Chicago: William R. McKeen
   1912, Chicago: William E. Eppert — Jacob Finkelstein — William R. McKeen
   1916, Chicago: John L. Crawford — A. L. Pfau
   1920, Chicago: John L. Crawford
   1924, Cleveland: Clint Adamson — Horace E. Tune
   1928, Kansas City: George J. Nattkemper
   1932, Chicago: Wilson N. Cox — Sam Gray
   1936, Cleveland: Wilson N. Cox — Hughie Culbertson — C. J. Root
   1940, Philadelphia: Grace Evans — C. J. Root
   1944, Chicago: Frank R. Miller
   1948, Philadelphia: O. Keith Owens — Thomas B. Potter
   1952, Chicago: Jess C. Monroe
   1956, San Francisco: James Benham — O. Keith Owens
   1960, Chicago: Margaret Barnes — O. Keith Owens
   1972, Miami Beach: John G. Schmidt
   2004, New York: James Bopp, Jr.
   2008, St. Paul: James Bopp, Jr. — Randall Gentry
 
Socialist National Conventions:
   1920, Brooklyn: Madge P. Stephens
 
Whig National Conventions:
   1839, Harrisburg: Elisha M. Huntington

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