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Saratoga County
New York

Saratoga County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Saratoga County (incomplete!): Seth Whalen, 1870 — John H. Burke, as of 1910 — William H. Hickey, as of 1927-42 — Joseph T. Hammer, as of 1955

Republican Party chairs in Saratoga County (incomplete!): Harvey J. Donaldson, as of 1910 — Frederick W. Kavanaugh, as of 1924-29 — George N. Ostrander, as of 1939-42


Saratoga County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: John Titcomb
   1864, Chicago: David T. Lamb
   1912, Baltimore: Matthew E. Kelly
   1916, St. Louis: William H. Manning
   1920, San Francisco: Richard A. Moore
   1924, New York: Arthur J. Leonard — Cecelia D. Patten
   1928, Houston: Mary E. McInerney — Cecelia D. Patten
   1932, Chicago: Stephen H. Keating — Arthur J. Leonard
   1936, Philadelphia: William H. Hickey
   1940, Chicago: William O'Brien
   1944, Chicago: Arthur J. Leonard
   1948, Philadelphia: Joseph T. Hammer
   1956, Chicago: Joseph T. Hammer
   1964, Atlantic City: Harry D. Snyder, Jr.
   1972, Miami Beach: Robert J. Pasciello
   1980, New York: Jean M. Ford — Maryann Miller — Martha Jane Weihe — Richard E. Welch
   1988, Atlanta: Margaret E. Drewecki
   1996, Chicago: Daniel F. Donohue — Alan Lubin — Gregory Nash — Cheryl Smith — Melanie Woullard
   2000, Los Angeles: Daniel F. Donohue — Alan Lubin
   2004, Boston: Suzy S. Ballantyne — Elizabeth Cope — Daniel F. Donohue — Alan Lubin — Charles Morrison — AnnMarie Rawlin
   2008, Denver: Suzy S. Ballantyne — Daniel F. Donohue — Ronald J. Kim — Alan Lubin
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: Alembert Pond
   1868, Chicago: Truman G. Younglove
   1872, Philadelphia: Charles S. Lester
   1880, Chicago: George West
   1884, Chicago: J. S. L'Amereaux — George West
   1892, Minneapolis: Harvey J. Donaldson
   1900, Philadelphia: William W. Worden
   1904, Chicago: Edgar T. Brackett
   1908, Chicago: Edgar T. Brackett — Frederick W. Kavanaugh
   1912, Chicago: Edgar T. Brackett — George W. Kavanaugh
   1916, Chicago: Clarence L. Grippen
   1920, Chicago: Thomas H. Stirling
   1924, Cleveland: Thomas H. Stirling
   1928, Kansas City: Thomas H. Stirling
   1932, Chicago: Thomas H. Stirling
   1936, Cleveland: Frederick W. Kavanaugh
   1940, Philadelphia: Anson B. Collins
   1944, Chicago: William E. Benton
   1948, Philadelphia: William E. Benton
   1956, San Francisco: F. Ray Williams
   1960, Chicago: John W. Nichols
   1964, San Francisco: Anson B. Collins
   1972, Miami Beach: Robert F. Doran
   2004, New York: Kathleen Marchione
   2008, St. Paul: Ferdinand J. Acunto — Elizabeth M. Callaghan — J. Christopher Callaghan — Peter Chynoweth — J. Bert Mahoney — Charles Noxon — Sandy Treadwell
 
Whig National Conventions:
   1839, Harrisburg: John Knickerbocker

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