The Political Graveyard: A Database of American History
Stearns County

Stearns County Political Parties

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

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

Stearns County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: J. D. Kowalkowski
   1916, St. Louis: William F. Donohue — Fred Schilplin
   1924, New York: John A. Henry
   1928, Houston: W. F. Donahue
   1940, Chicago: Harold Deering
   1944, Chicago: Fred C. Schilplin
   1952, Chicago: James Murphy — Valeria Pappenfus
   1956, Chicago: Frank G. Dehn — Joseph Kowalkowski
   1960, Los Angeles: M. C. Lane
   1964, Atlantic City: James Davis — Benjamin F. DuBois — Ranier Weis
   1976, New York: Warren Bradbury — J. Buford Johnson — John C. Massmann
   1984, San Francisco: Sonja Berg — Paula Dykstra — Donna Jembrook
   1996, Chicago: Kurt Franke — Tamera Tesky
   2004, Boston: Linda Maloney — Al Patton — Lydia White
   2008, Denver: Yolanda Lehman
Republican National Conventions:
   1860, Chicago: Stephen Miller — Stephen Miller
   1888, Chicago: Myron D. Taylor
   1896, St. Louis: Charles F. Hendryx
   1908, Chicago: Cassius M. Sprague
   1916, Chicago: George E. Hanscom
   1920, Chicago: Alvah Eastman
   1924, Cleveland: C. D. Brower — Mrs. D. Stewart
   1928, Kansas City: Rose Merz — Anne Stai
   1932, Chicago: John Kromolicki
   1936, Cleveland: William M. Parker — Ed Vandersluis
   1940, Philadelphia: Harold Knutson
   1944, Chicago: J. Arthur Bensen — Lawrence M. Hall — Mrs. G. Robert Herberger — Warren Stewart
   1948, Philadelphia: Elmer Meinz
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. L. H. Strommen
   1960, Chicago: Mrs. Bert Baston
   1964, San Francisco: William Holes
   1968, Miami Beach: Mrs. Joseph Laughlin — Roy Lenhardt
   1972, Miami Beach: Jean Strack
   2004, New York: Rosella Dambowy — Marjorie Dean — Michelle L. Fischbach
   2008, St. Paul: Marjorie Dean
   2012, Tampa: Christi Scherber

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