The Political Graveyard: A Database of American History
Anne Arundel County

Anne Arundel County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Anne Arundel County: [none currently in database]

Republican Party chairs in Anne Arundel County (incomplete!): Daniel Richard Randall, 1907-09 — C. Maurice Weidemeyer, as of 1950

Anne Arundel County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1876, St. Louis: Sprigg Harwood
   1912, Baltimore: George Wells
   1916, St. Louis: Frank M. Duvall
   1924, New York: Mrs. George Abram Moss — Frank S. Revell — Albert C. Ritchie
   1928, Houston: Mrs. George Abram Moss — Frank S. Revell — Albert C. Ritchie
   1936, Philadelphia: Louis N. Phipps — Frank S. Revell
   1940, Chicago: William H. Labrot
   1948, Philadelphia: Wilbur R. Dulin
   1956, Chicago: Ira Bird Kirkland — Richard E. Lankford
   1964, Atlantic City: Joseph N. Collinson, Jr. — Charles A. Della — Edward M. Dunn, Jr. — Robert E. Miller — C. Bowie Rose
   1972, Miami Beach: C. Maurice Weidemeyer
   1988, Atlanta: Carole B. Baker — Rosemarie Church — Patricia Clagett — Warren Duckett, Jr. — Sylvia Jennings — O. James Lighthizer — Betty Pitt — H. Erle Schafer — Carl O. Snowden
   1996, Chicago: Tyrus S. Athey — Candace Beckett — Stephen W. Fogelman — Kenneth B. Folstein — Susie C. Jablinske — Primo R. Padeletti — Ann Marie Remillard — Valerie M. Rogers
   2004, Boston: Joseph Alden — Edmund Bennett — Bill Burlison — Isiah Leggett — Wayne Rogers — Dorothy Walsh
   2008, Denver: Jamie Benoit — Dan Clements — Michael E. Cryor — Lyn Farrow — Nancy K. Kopp — Cheryl Miller — Jamie Raskin
Republican National Conventions:
   1888, Chicago: Nicholas Jacobs
   1896, St. Louis: W. B. Fletcher — Washington G. Tuck
   1900, Philadelphia: D. W. Young
   1912, Chicago: Phillips L. Goldsborough
   1920, Chicago: Truxtun Beale
   1924, Cleveland: John R. Ridout
   1928, Kansas City: Alexander W. Andrews
   1944, Chicago: William E. Fletcher
   1952, Chicago: Mae Thompson
   1960, Chicago: Katherine G. Monvid
   1964, San Francisco: Joseph M. Baker, Jr. — John W. Steffey
   1972, Miami Beach: Aris T. Allen — Elizabeth Smith
   1988, New Orleans: Mary Jackson
   2004, New York: Jose Fuentes — Michael Malone — Catherine Vitale
   2008, St. Paul: Norm Bednarek — Wilfred R. Bleakley, Jr. — Jamie Falcon — Melinda A. Fitzwater — Chuck Gast — David Bruce Hays — Barbara Viventi Howard — John R. Leopold — Anthony McConkey — James Pelura III — Ashley Reed — Erik Robey — Jerry Walker — Samuel J. White
   2012, Tampa: Mrs. Robin Christopher Bisset — Harold J. Falcon — Chuck Gast — Terry Gilleland — Eric Grannon — Nicholaus R. Kipke — Allan H. Kittleman — Robert Christopher Rosenthal — Steven Robert Schuh — Bryan W. Simonaire — Jerry Walker
"Enjoy the hospitable entertainment of a political graveyard."
Henry L. Clinton, Apollo Hall, New York City, February 3, 1872
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