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Niagara County
New York

Niagara County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Niagara County (incomplete!): Norman D. Fish, as of 1910 — Dow Vroman, as of 1927 — Matthew J. Murphy, as of 1936-42 — George M. Donohue, as of 1955

Republican Party chairs in Niagara County (incomplete!): M. S. Niland, as of 1910 — T. Frank Walker, as of 1927-29 — Glen R. Bedenkapp, as of 1939-42 — Warner F. Thompson, as of 1955


Niagara County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: A. H. Eastman
   1864, Chicago: Washington Hunt
   1876, St. Louis: W. S. Wright
   1912, Baltimore: Robert H. Gittins — Edward T. Williams
   1916, St. Louis: Frederick Chormann
   1920, San Francisco: John C. Taylor — Dow Vroman
   1924, New York: William Laughlin — Dow Vroman
   1928, Houston: William Laughlin — John M. Powers
   1932, Chicago: Edward V. Canavan — John A. Earl — Helen A. Finn
   1936, Philadelphia: J. Gregory Martin — George J. Smith
   1940, Chicago: George M. Donohue — William R. Lupton
   1944, Chicago: William N. Mang
   1948, Philadelphia: William R. Lupton — Hugh McLean III — Fred A. Ringueberg
   1952, Chicago: Jack W. Hackett — Martin N. Sullivan
   1956, Chicago: George M. Donohue — Anthony A. Majka
   1960, Los Angeles: George M. Donohue — Patrick E. O'Donnell
   1964, Atlantic City: Joseph Ambrusco
   1972, Miami Beach: Edna M. Battaglia — Ronald Cunningham — Therese M. Mudd — Richard H. Speranza
   1980, New York: Nell Baes — Anne Elizabeth Licata — Peter Licata — Ida Massaro — Vincent Morello — Therese M. Mudd — Kenneth E. Sherman
   1984, San Francisco: Christine A. Cappola — Helen Cappola — Paul F. Cole — Michael V. Redding — James A. Sacco
   1988, Atlanta: Renee Edwards — James A. Sacco — Barbara J. Smith
   1996, Chicago: Barbara J. Smith
   2004, Boston: Cindy Lenhart
   2008, Denver: Frank J. Arcara
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: Jeptha W. Babcock — E. J. Chase
   1860, Chicago: William Keep
   1884, Chicago: Isaac H. Babcock — Lee R. Sanborn
   1892, Minneapolis: Charles B. Gaskill — Willis H. Howes
   1900, Philadelphia: Arthur C. Hastings
   1904, Chicago: Stanislaus P. Franchot
   1908, Chicago: William H. Vicary
   1912, Chicago: George E. Green — James S. Simmons — George W. Whitehead
   1916, Chicago: James P. Mackenzie — John A. Merritt
   1920, Chicago: George E. Green — George W. Whitehead
   1924, Cleveland: LeGrand S. DeGraff — Frank P. Freel
   1928, Kansas City: S. Wallace Dempsey — Paul A. Schoellkopf
   1932, Chicago: William H. Lee — Paul A. Schoellkopf
   1936, Cleveland: William H. Lee
   1940, Philadelphia: Alanson C. Deuel — William H. Lee
   1944, Chicago: Alanson C. Deuel — William H. Lee
   1948, Philadelphia: Glen R. Bedenkapp — David E. Jeffery — Alpheus R. Phelps
   1952, Chicago: William H. Lee
   1956, San Francisco: Raymond J. Lee — Paul A. Schoellkopf, Jr.
   1960, Chicago: Raymond J. Lee — Martin J. Travers
   1964, San Francisco: Raymond J. Lee — Paul A. Schoellkopf, Jr.
   1972, Miami Beach: Joan M. Hewitt — Allan W. Van De Mark
   2004, New York: Mary Tamburlin
   2008, St. Paul: Michael J. Dowd — John L. Hutchins — George D. Maziarz — Henry F. Wojtaszek
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