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Warren County

Warren County Political Parties

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

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

Warren County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1896, Chicago: Patrick Henry
   1904, St. Louis: Thomas C. Catchings
   1912, Baltimore: R. L. Dent — R. M. Kelly
   1916, St. Louis: E. L. Brien — R. L. Dent — Patrick Henry
   1920, San Francisco: R. L. Dent — Vick Robbins
   1928, Houston: J. H. Culkin — Patrick Henry
   1936, Philadelphia: W. J. Vollor
   1940, Chicago: R. M. Kelly — W. W. Ramsey — Landman Teller — David Williams
   1980, New York: Joe B. Everett
   2004, Boston: Mary Katherine Brown
   2008, Denver: Mary Katherine Brown — Paul Winfield
Republican National Conventions:
   1868, Chicago: A. C. Fisk
   1888, Chicago: Wesley Crayton — Thomas W. Stringer
   1896, St. Louis: Nelson A. Anderson — Wesley Crayton — Albert M. Lea
   1908, Chicago: Jere M. Blowe — Wesley Crayton — E. P. Jones — W. E. Mollison — M. J. Mulvihill
   1912, Chicago: R. H. Brooke — Wesley Crayton — T. G. Ewing, Jr. — E. P. Jones — M. J. Mulvihill
   1916, Chicago: Wesley Crayton — M. J. Mulvihill
   1920, Chicago: W. H. Clark — Wesley Crayton — M. J. Mulvihill
   1928, Kansas City: A. J. Brown
   1932, Chicago: A. A. Cosey
   1936, Cleveland: A. J. Brown
   1940, Philadelphia: Lee M. Owens
   1944, Chicago: Lee M. Owens
   1948, Philadelphia: G. L. Jefferson — Lee M. Owens
   1952, Chicago: Lee M. Owens
   1960, Chicago: William Raworth
   1988, New Orleans: Edward Segrest
   2008, St. Paul: Mike Chaney
   2012, Tampa: Randy Easterling

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