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Boyd County
Kentucky

Boyd County Political Parties

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

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


Boyd County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: P. K. Malin
   1924, New York: Mary E. Flannery
   1928, Houston: George Brown Martin — J. L. Richardson
   1936, Philadelphia: Mrs. M. L. Chowing — Kate Manley Jones — Fred M. Vinson
   1948, Philadelphia: Charles H. Gartrell — Mrs. Davis Howerton
   1952, Chicago: Charles H. Gartrell
   1956, Chicago: Mrs. John McKenzie — Jennie Rush — Green Sturgill
   1960, Los Angeles: Ruth Richardson — Wallace Williamson III
   1964, Atlantic City: Clarence Creech
   1972, Miami Beach: Pamela Lynn Elam — Everett B. Reeves
   1980, New York: Alberta D. Johnson — Dixie L. Swift
   1996, Chicago: John R. Greer
Republican National Conventions:
   1860, Chicago: H. B. Brodess
   1880, Chicago: William Wirt Culbertson
   1884, Chicago: R. C. Burns — William Wirt Culbertson
   1888, Chicago: W. W. Patterson
   1896, St. Louis: Frank Coles
   1904, Chicago: Charles F. Weaver
   1908, Chicago: Roy Wilhoit
   1912, Chicago: John Russell
   1932, Chicago: John Detrick — Mrs. S. S. Willis
   1940, Philadelphia: B. O. Becker
   1944, Chicago: H. H. Wheeler
   1948, Philadelphia: John T. Diederich — Kendall G. Seaton — Simeon Willis
   1952, Chicago: John T. Diederich
   1956, San Francisco: Wheeler Nickell
   1960, Chicago: W. Henderson Dysard — James D. Nickell — William R. Seaton
   1972, Miami Beach: John T. Diederich

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