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Ocean County
New Jersey

Ocean County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Ocean County (incomplete!): David A. Veeder, as of 1913 — E. C. Disbrow, as of 1914 — Lawrence D. Van Note, as of 1919-20 — Chester A. Grant, as of 1921 — Addison Hugh Moore, as of 1925 — Henry H. Gross, as of 1927 — Calvin Conklin, as of 1945 — Francis A. Tetreault, as of 1959

Republican Party chairs in Ocean County (incomplete!): Charles H. Conover, as of 1914 — Alfred W. Brown, Jr., as of 1919-21 — Alfred W. Brown, Jr., as of 1925 — Herbert Willis, as of 1927 — H. Warren Mease, as of 1945 — Floyd W. Mease, as of 1959-64 — George R. Gilmore, as of 2000


Ocean County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: George F. Fort
   1880, Cincinnati: Rufus Blodgett
   1912, Baltimore: Joshua Hilliard — George C. Low
   1916, St. Louis: Chester A. Grant
   1924, New York: Gilbert Clayton — Caroline Johnson
   1928, Houston: J. Mercer Davis
   1932, Chicago: Arthur Gorman Gallagher
   1940, Chicago: Katherine Tracey
   1944, Chicago: Joseph Takacs
   1948, Philadelphia: Leslie F. Cranmer
   1952, Chicago: Antonia A. Eigner
   1956, Chicago: Michael P. Silverman
   1964, Atlantic City: Bruno Agnoli — Alexander R. Bolen, Sr. — Albert J. Cucci — Phoebe Krupnick
   1976, New York: Robert A. Gasser — Thomas J. Muccifori
   1980, New York: Daniel J. Carluccio — Edward J. Liston, Jr.
   1988, Atlanta: John Paul Doyle — Marlene Lynch Ford — Stephen C. Hornik — Caryl Russo — John F. Russo — Janice Stanzione
   1996, Chicago: Russell K. Corby — Denise Coulter — Edithe Fulton — Jane E. Halligan — Stephen C. Hornik
   2004, Boston: William Coulter — Nilda R. Frulio — Edithe Fulton — Frederick Potter — Alfonso Santoro
   2008, Denver: Nilda R. Frulio — Marta Harrison — Robert Stern — Justin Woska
Republican National Conventions:
   1860, Chicago: Archibald R. Pharo
   1888, Chicago: George T. Cranmer — Abram Lower
   1904, Chicago: B. S. Crosby — Samuel S. Taylor
   1912, Chicago: Joseph B. Hoff — William Howard Jeffrey
   1916, Chicago: Edward Crabbe — H. Ely Havens
   1924, Cleveland: W. Burtis Havens — Charles L. Pack — Herbert Willis
   1928, Kansas City: Thomas A. Mathis
   1932, Chicago: Wilfred H. Jayne, Jr.
   1936, Cleveland: Herman J. Samuelson
   1940, Philadelphia: Thomas A. Mathis
   1944, Chicago: Thomas A. Mathis — Herman J. Samuelson
   1948, Philadelphia: George Willits Parker
   1952, Chicago: Philip Maimone — W. Steelman Mathis
   1956, San Francisco: Philip Maimone
   1960, Chicago: Philip Maimone
   1964, San Francisco: James G. Henry — W. Elmer Seaman, Jr.
   1968, Miami Beach: William T. Hiering
   1972, Miami Beach: Franklin V. Fischer — Barbara L. Steele — Eleanor Day Winmill
   2004, New York: Lawrence E. Bathgate — George R. Gilmore — Jack Kelly — Teri Lacey — Robert W. Singer
   2008, St. Paul: Lawrence E. Bathgate — George R. Gilmore — Joanne Gilmore — Virginia Haines — Barbara Lanuto — Susan Rogers — Ruthanne Scaturro — T. Robin Visconi
   2012, Tampa: George R. Gilmore
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