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Yellowstone County

Yellowstone County Political Parties

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

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

Yellowstone County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1916, St. Louis: Thomas A. Arthur
   1924, New York: Thomas A. Arthur — W. B. George
   1928, Houston: Edith Battey — Guy C. Derry
   1932, Chicago: Guy C. Derry
   1936, Philadelphia: Willard E. Fraser
   1940, Chicago: Edith Battey — Grover C. Cisel — Marvin Fraser
   1944, Chicago: Arthur F. Lamey — Lydia C. Leathers — Mrs. Charles M. Phythian
   1948, Philadelphia: Sylvester Graham — Myron Tripp
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. Thomas C. Colton — Marvin Fraser — Nick Maltese — Lena Thompson
   1956, Chicago: Mrs. Thomas C. Colton — Mrs. John J. Greene
   1996, Chicago: Kelly Addy — Chet Blaylock — Carra B. George — Bill Kennedy
   2004, Boston: Claire Coleman — Tom Curry — Darrell LaMere — Monica J. Lindeen
   2008, Denver: Kim J. Gillan
Republican National Conventions:
   1908, Chicago: Charles N. Bair — Paul McCormick
   1912, Chicago: Frank B. Connelly
   1916, Chicago: O. F. Goddard
   1920, Chicago: C. B. Allen
   1928, Kansas City: Robert N. Jones — Robert C. Strong
   1932, Chicago: H. C. Crippen
   1936, Cleveland: E. U. Logan, Jr.
   1940, Philadelphia: Tom Burke — Mrs. Harry Carpenter
   1948, Philadelphia: R. C. Dillavou — Gladys Gullard — Melvin N. Hoiness
   1956, San Francisco: Mrs. William Baldridge — John Pierce
   1960, Chicago: Rex Hibbs — Howard E. Hultgren — Mrs. Jack Irwin — Bill McNamer
   1972, Miami Beach: Mae Jenkins — James Leroy — Lucille Mills — Tillie Pierce
   1988, New Orleans: Ken Atkinson — Sharon Estrada — Chuck Heringer — Cy Jamison — Bruce McLean — Charlotte O'Hara — Mark Parker
   2004, New York: Phyllis Burns — Jan Helgeson — Jim Helgeson
   2008, St. Paul: Conrad R. Burns — Phyllis Burns — Jan Rehberg
   2012, Tampa: John W. Bennion — Margaret W. Bennion — Kenneth D. Peterson — Susan Sullivan — Stephen Anthony Zabawa

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