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Macon County
Missouri

Macon County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Macon County (incomplete!): Ben Franklin, as of 1903 — George Hill, as of 1921 — R. Wilson Barrow, 1934-42 — W. O. Daniels, as of 1943 — Clyde Butler, as of 1949

Republican Party chairs in Macon County (incomplete!): Roy B. Thomas, as of 1949


Macon County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: G. A. Shortridge
   1912, Baltimore: Fred H. Tedford
   1924, New York: Mrs. A. C. Dearing
   1928, Houston: Milton A. Romjue
   1940, Chicago: Mrs. R. Wilson Barrow
   1944, Chicago: Mrs. Charles W. Shelton
   1948, Philadelphia: Mrs. R. Wilson Barrow — Frank P. Briggs
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. R. Wilson Barrow
   1956, Chicago: R. Wilson Barrow
Republican National Conventions:
   1888, Chicago: C. P. Hess
   1896, St. Louis: Joseph Park
   1900, Philadelphia: W. B. Rowland
   1908, Chicago: John E. Gilleland
   1916, Chicago: William T. Robinson
   1932, Chicago: Miriam Griffith Jones
   1936, Cleveland: Nat M. Lacy
   1964, San Francisco: Ronald M. Belt — Roy B. Thomas
   1968, Miami Beach: Ronald M. Belt
   2008, St. Paul: Jim Willis
   2012, Tampa: Jim Willis

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