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Hillsdale County
Michigan

Hillsdale County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Hillsdale County (incomplete!): John Martin, as of 2003 — Rosemarie Schneider, as of 2007

Republican Party chairs in Hillsdale County (incomplete!): Warner M. Gelzer, as of 1950 — Neal Brady, as of 2007


Hillsdale County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1856, Cincinnati: John P. Cook
   1876, St. Louis: G. C. Munroe
   1880, Cincinnati: Ira B. Card
   1920, San Francisco: Ada Benedict
   1924, New York: Clifford Hartwell
   1932, Chicago: Frank Cook
   1936, Philadelphia: Mrs. George D. Schermerhorn
   1940, Chicago: Leo V. Card
   1952, Chicago: James Springer
   1956, Chicago: John R. O'Meara
   1960, Los Angeles: John R. O'Meara
   1964, Atlantic City: William Fowle
   1968, Chicago: John V. Martin
   1972, Miami Beach: Delores Lyon
   1988, Atlanta: John R. Kreucher
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: Witter J. Baxter
   1860, Chicago: Walton W. Murphy
   1872, Philadelphia: H. D. Farnham
   1880, Chicago: Louis R. Penfield
   1884, Chicago: Ezra L. Koon — Edwin J. March
   1888, Chicago: Charles T. Mitchell
   1892, Minneapolis: Corvis M. Barre
   1896, St. Louis: Ebenezer O. Grosvenor
   1900, Philadelphia: Fred A. Roethlisberger
   1904, Chicago: Fred A. Roethlisberger
   1916, Chicago: William H. Frankhauser
   1924, Cleveland: Paul W. Chase
   1928, Kansas City: Walter H. Sawyer
   1932, Chicago: Paul W. Chase
   1936, Cleveland: Warner M. Gelzer
   1940, Philadelphia: Andy Adams
   1944, Chicago: Warner M. Gelzer
   1952, Chicago: Albert W. Dimmers, Jr.
   1956, San Francisco: George B. Convis
   1960, Chicago: Richard K. Eckert
   1964, San Francisco: Dave Arnt
   1972, Miami Beach: Florence Beckwith
   1992, Houston: Timothy Kirley — Michael Pridgeon
   2008, St. Paul: Bruce Caswell

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