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Tuscola County

Tuscola County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Tuscola County (incomplete!): R. Lester Hill, as of 1968 — Kathleen M. Asher, 1975-87 — Marjory Bell, 1988 — John Hunter, as of 2003-09

Republican Party chairs in Tuscola County (incomplete!): Audley Rawson, as of 1950 — Shuford Kirk, 1958-62 — Phillip Hardy, as of 2007

Tuscola County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: H. G. Spring
   1916, St. Louis: Albert L. Seeley
   1964, Atlantic City: Melvin J. Stewart
   1968, Chicago: R. Lester Hill
   1976, New York: Kathleen M. Asher
   1980, New York: Kathleen M. Asher
   1984, San Francisco: Grace Nemeth
   1996, Chicago: John Hunter
   2004, Boston: Lisa Ramirez
Republican National Conventions:
   1872, Philadelphia: Benjamin W. Huston
   1880, Chicago: Benjamin W. Huston
   1888, Chicago: N. M. Richardson
   1892, Minneapolis: James A. Trotter
   1896, St. Louis: Theron W. Atwood
   1900, Philadelphia: Fred Slocum
   1904, Chicago: Alonzo B. Markham
   1908, Chicago: Alexander Huston
   1912, Chicago: Theron W. Atwood
   1916, Chicago: Walter S. Wixson
   1920, Chicago: James D. Brooker
   1924, Cleveland: Clarence R. Myers
   1932, Chicago: Roland O. Kern
   1936, Cleveland: Margaret Y. Smith — Lee R. Stewart
   1944, Chicago: Audley Rawson
   1948, Philadelphia: Maurice C. Ransford
   1956, San Francisco: Maurice C. Ransford
   1960, Chicago: Shuford Kirk
   1964, San Francisco: Allison Green
   1968, Miami Beach: Carl F. Mantey
   1984, Dallas: Edmund Good, Jr.
   1988, New Orleans: Robert McKay
   2000, Philadelphia: Phillip Hardy

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