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Baltimore County
Maryland

Baltimore County Political Parties

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

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


Baltimore County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: Carville S. Stansbury
   1876, St. Louis: J. Frederick C. Talbott
   1904, St. Louis: J. Frederick C. Talbott
   1908, Denver: J. Frederick C. Talbott
   1912, Baltimore: John J. Mahon — J. Frederick C. Talbott
   1916, St. Louis: J. Frederick C. Talbott
   1924, New York: David G. McIntosh, Jr.
   1928, Houston: Carville D. Benson — Frank S. Given — Stuart S. Janney — David G. McIntosh, Jr.
   1936, Philadelphia: Charles B. Bosley — Frank S. Given — David G. McIntosh, Jr.
   1940, Chicago: H. Streett Baldwin — James Bruce — J. Howard Murray — Harry I. Warren
   1944, Chicago: H. Streett Baldwin — James J. Lindsay
   1948, Philadelphia: Hall Hammond — John R. Haut — Christian H. Kahl — John Grason Turnbull
   1952, Chicago: H. Streett Baldwin — Elizabeth Jansen — Christian H. Kahl — George P. Mahoney — James A. Pine — Julius H. Requard — John D. Turnbull
   1956, Chicago: Mrs. Carmel Bindas — Michael J. Birmingham — A. Gordon Boone — George P. Mahoney
   1960, Los Angeles: George P. Mahoney
   1964, Atlantic City: Daniel B. Brewster — Robert R. Gill — Jerold Hoffberger — Clarence D. Long — George P. Mahoney — James A. Pine — Roy N. Staten
   1988, Atlanta: Clarence W. Blount — Gerry L. Brewster — Thomas E. Dewberry — Donna M. Felling — Marcy Hollinger — Leslie Hutchinson — Loretta Johnson — Edward R. Lamon — Harold Long — Dianne Madoni — Daniel McKew — Peter Moralis — Dennis F. Rasmussen — Barbara Seabolt — Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
   1996, Chicago: Patricia A. Foerster — Rhonda Framm — Loretta Johnson — Carol Saffran-Brinks — Robyn I. Stevens — Kathleen Kennedy Townsend
   2000, Los Angeles: Patricia A. Foerster
   2004, Boston: Clifford Collins — Patricia A. Foerster — Jay Hidden — Mabel Murray — C. A. 'Dutch' Ruppersberger — James T. Smith, Jr. — Maria Welch
   2008, Denver: Robert Johnson, Jr. — Penny McCrimmon — Kathleen M. Miller — Dana V. Shelley
Republican National Conventions:
   1888, Chicago: Charles W. Lee
   1908, Chicago: Thomas V. Richardson
   1912, Chicago: C. Ross Mace — H. Clay Suter
   1916, Chicago: Laban Sparks
   1920, Chicago: Jacob France
   1924, Cleveland: C. Wilbur Miller — C. Rebecca Wright
   1936, Cleveland: George R. Norris
   1944, Chicago: Howard A. Foulke — J. Leland Rockwell
   1948, Philadelphia: Henry W. Lewis
   1952, Chicago: Walter S. Lecompte — William C. Purnell
   1956, San Francisco: Walter S. Lecompte
   1960, Chicago: Mrs. Osborne P. Beall — W. G. Nicodemus
   1964, San Francisco: Everett T. Hay — E. Scott Moore — J. Fife Symington, Jr.
   1972, Miami Beach: W. Brooks Bradley — John V. Conway — Raymond J. Krul
   2004, New York: Mark Luterman — Gloria B. Murphy
   2008, St. Paul: John Hencken — Donald E. Murphy — Gloria B. Murphy — Kendall Taylor Murphy — Daniel Rice
   2012, Tampa: Joseph Michael Collins — Steve Dishon — John Fiastro — William J. Frank — Ann Miller — Gloria B. Murphy — Michael J. Pappas — Alfred W. Redmer, Jr. — Ellen R. Sauerbrey — Marc Soloweszyk — Kathy Szeliga
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