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Adams County
Mississippi

Adams County Political Parties

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

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


Adams County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1924, New York: L. T. Kennedy
   1928, Houston: L. T. Kennedy
   1936, Philadelphia: Walter P. Abbott — Bess Miller Jones — John F. Junkins — Bill Kendall — S. B. Laub
   1940, Chicago: Walter P. Abbott — Joseph F. Dixon — Hyde R. Jenkins — George Paulette
   1944, Chicago: Joe Brown
   1956, Chicago: Mrs. J. H. Hobson — Everette Truly, Jr.
   1960, Los Angeles: Walter Hester — Arlie Warren
   1980, New York: Larry L. Brown — Mary Lee Toles
   1996, Chicago: Joyce Arceneaux — Everett T. Sanders
   2004, Boston: Darryl V. Grennell
   2008, Denver: Everett T. Sanders
Republican National Conventions:
   1888, Chicago: George F. Bowles — John R. Lynch — William Noonan
   1892, Minneapolis: John R. Lynch
   1896, St. Louis: George F. Bowles
   1912, Chicago: H. C. Turley
   1916, Chicago: Charles H. Isaacs
   1920, Chicago: Charles H. Isaacs
   1924, Cleveland: H. D. Hale
   1928, Kansas City: Mrs. E. E. Hale — P. T. Hale
   1932, Chicago: Fred W. Hale — Charles H. Isaacs
   1936, Cleveland: Charles H. Isaacs
   1956, San Francisco: Mrs. J. Balfour Miller — J. Balfour Miller
   1972, Miami Beach: Peggy Peabody
   2008, St. Paul: Sue Stedman
   2012, Tampa: Sue Stedman

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