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Grand Forks County
North Dakota

Grand Forks County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Grand Forks County: [none currently in database]

Republican Party chairs in Grand Forks County: [none currently in database]


Grand Forks County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: Willis A. Joy — J. Nelson Kelly
   1916, St. Louis: Fred Bartholomew — J. Nelson Kelly — J. F. T. O'Connor
   1920, San Francisco: F. F. Burchard
   1924, New York: J. F. T. O'Connor
   1928, Houston: F. F. Burchard
   1932, Chicago: David G. Kelly
   1936, Philadelphia: Nick Nelson
   1940, Chicago: Henry Holt
   1944, Chicago: J. J. Daly — Mrs. Jerome Dunlevy — J. P. Griffin — J. J. Quigley
   1952, Chicago: David G. Kelly — Mrs. Clare Terhaar
   1960, Los Angeles: David G. Kelly — James Lamb
   1980, New York: Lynn Frazer — Gene Martin — Ben Ring
   1996, Chicago: Audrey Henderson-Nocho — Iola Kvasager — Max Laird — Dianne Mondry — Loretta Netterville
   2004, Boston: Lois Delmore — Eliot Glassheim — Thea Reilkoff — Mary Wakefield — Lonny Winrich
   2008, Denver: Mary Wakefield — Lonny Winrich
Republican National Conventions:
   1880, Chicago: Frank Veits
   1912, Chicago: P. O. Thorson
   1916, Chicago: N. B. Black — Olger B. Burtness
   1924, Cleveland: J. A. Dinnie
   1928, Kansas City: E. E. Veitch
   1932, Chicago: A. I. Hunter
   1936, Cleveland: Olger B. Burtness
   1940, Philadelphia: H. H. Herberger
   1944, Chicago: W. L. Romberg
   1948, Philadelphia: Olger B. Burtness
   1952, Chicago: John Scott
   1956, San Francisco: George Longmire — A. J. Scott
   1960, Chicago: John Scott
   1972, Miami Beach: Ben Clayburgh — John Dwyer — Linda Peterson
   2004, New York: Beverly Clayburgh — Ken Svedjan
   2008, St. Paul: Beth Bouley — Beverly Clayburgh — Duane Mutch — Mark Owens — Earl Strinden — Jerry Youngberg
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