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Lewis and Clark County

Lewis and Clark County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Lewis and Clark County: [none currently in database]

Republican Party chairs in Lewis and Clark County: [none currently in database]

Lewis and Clark County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1876, St. Louis: Samuel T. Hauser — Martin Maginnis
   1880, Cincinnati: Martin Maginnis
   1888, St. Louis: Martin Maginnis
   1912, Baltimore: W. G. Conrad — R. R. Purcell — Thomas J. Walsh
   1916, St. Louis: Thomas J. Walsh
   1920, San Francisco: George L. Ramsey — A. E. Spriggs — Sam V. Stewart — Thomas J. Walsh
   1924, New York: J. Burke Clements — Sam V. Stewart — Thomas J. Walsh
   1928, Houston: Mrs. J. S. M. Neill — Lewis Penwell — R. R. Purcell — Thomas J. Walsh
   1932, Chicago: Thomas J. Walsh
   1936, Philadelphia: John E. Erickson — Mabel Holdaway — Elmer Holt — John J. Jewell
   1940, Chicago: J. Burke Clements — Leif Erickson — Lester H. Loble — Jane Wall Purcell
   1944, Chicago: John J. Jewell — Jo Thiele
   1948, Philadelphia: Leif Erickson — John J. Jewell — Jo Thiele
   1952, Chicago: John W. Bonner — Leif Erickson — Lester H. Loble — Frank Murray — Jo Thiele
   1956, Chicago: Forrest Anderson — John W. Bonner — Leif Erickson — Henry Loble — Lee Metcalf — William Pilgeram — Joe Reber — Jerrold Richards — Jo Thiele
   1988, Atlanta: Nancy J. Harte — David L. Hunter — Debbie Lesmeister — Sharon McDonald Morrison — James W. Murry — Donna Small
   1996, Chicago: John P. Crowley — Jenny Kaleczyc
   2004, Boston: Sue Bartlett — Gene Fenderson — John Kaleczyc — George E. Parisot — Ray Peck — Bob Ream — Ed Tinsley
   2008, Denver: Jorge A. Quintana — Ed Tinsley
Republican National Conventions:
   1880, Chicago: Robert E. Fisk — Louis Rotwitt
   1896, St. Louis: Thomas H. Carter — Tom B. Miller
   1900, Philadelphia: Wilbur F. Sanders
   1908, Chicago: Thomas A. Marlow
   1912, Chicago: Oscar M. Lanstrum
   1916, Chicago: Thomas C. Power
   1920, Chicago: John Adami, Jr. — A. M. Anderson
   1924, Cleveland: Ben H. Ford — George O. Freeman
   1928, Kansas City: Thomas A. Marlow
   1932, Chicago: M. S. Gunn — Thomas A. Marlow
   1936, Cleveland: Harry P. Bennett — M. S. Gunn — Leonard C. Young
   1940, Philadelphia: Harry P. Bennett — John G. Brown — Mrs. Percy Dodds
   1944, Chicago: Mrs. Percy Dodds
   1948, Philadelphia: Fred Padbury
   1952, Chicago: Sam C. Ford
   1956, San Francisco: Steve C. Arnold
   1960, Chicago: Mike Henry
   1972, Miami Beach: Everett Shuey — Chadwick Smith
   1988, New Orleans: Ward Shanahan
   2004, New York: Betty Babcock — Tim M. Babcock — Betti Hill — Shirley Warehime
   2008, St. Paul: Betty Babcock — Tim M. Babcock — Barbara Barrett — Chuck Denowh — Lori Hamm — Betti Hill — Erik Iverson — Bill Jacklin — Linda L. Vaughey — Shirley Warehime
   2012, Tampa: Betty Babcock — Tim M. Babcock — Jennifer Devlin Baker — Mark Allen Baker — Shirley Beaver Herrin — Betti Hill — Sarah Machel Page — Lloyd Douglas Teigen — Jason A. Thielman
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