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Montcalm County
Michigan

Montcalm County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Montcalm County (incomplete!): Marcela L. Ort, as of 2003 — Jeanine Keeney, as of 2007

Republican Party chairs in Montcalm County (incomplete!): Ford Lincoln, as of 1950 — Jackie Champlin, as of 2007


Montcalm County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1904, St. Louis: Alva W. Nichols
   1912, Baltimore: Clifton H. Clement
   1916, St. Louis: Samuel Metzger
   1920, San Francisco: Clifton H. Clement
   1932, Chicago: Percy D. Edsall
   1936, Philadelphia: Mrs. Maurice Yodido
   1940, Chicago: Mrs. Arza Fisher — Louis Gittleman
   1944, Chicago: J. E. Wychoff
   1952, Chicago: Hiram A. Sackett
   1956, Chicago: Thomas M. Kavanagh
   1960, Los Angeles: Mary M. Harden
   1964, Atlantic City: Edward J. Lewis
   1980, New York: John R. Chapin
   1988, Atlanta: Marcela L. Ort
   1992, New York: Mary L. Bethany
   1996, Chicago: Mary L. Bethany — Marcela L. Ort
   2000, Los Angeles: Marcela L. Ort
Republican National Conventions:
   1880, Chicago: Thomas N. Stevens
   1884, Chicago: S. R. Stevens
   1888, Chicago: S. Perry Youngs
   1904, Chicago: J. H. Gibbs
   1908, Chicago: John W. Pfeifler
   1916, Chicago: Charles H. Gibson
   1920, Chicago: Teresa B. Ranney
   1924, Cleveland: Mrs. E. K. Horton
   1928, Kansas City: Thomas D. Dow
   1932, Chicago: H. Irving Walker
   1936, Cleveland: H. Irving Walker
   1944, Chicago: D. Hale Brake
   1956, San Francisco: Irene Wagar
   1960, Chicago: Roger Williams
   1964, San Francisco: Robert Gravelle
   1984, Dallas: Janet Kohn
   1988, New Orleans: L. Charles Mulholland
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