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St. Lawrence County
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St. Lawrence County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in St. Lawrence County (incomplete!): James E. Kelly, as of 1910 — William F. Dinneen, as of 1927-39 — John D. Van Kennen, as of 1940-55

Republican Party chairs in St. Lawrence County (incomplete!): J. Fred Hammond, as of 1910 — Harry M. Ingram, as of 1927-29 — Bligh A. Dodds, as of 1939-42


St. Lawrence County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1832, Baltimore: Ransom H. Gillet
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: James C. Spencer
   1864, Chicago: William J. Averill
   1876, St. Louis: Daniel Magone, Jr. — William H. Sawyer
   1884, Chicago: Daniel Magone, Jr.
   1904, St. Louis: George E. Van Kennen
   1912, Baltimore: Thomas Spratt
   1916, St. Louis: Grover Crawford — Walter F. Wilson
   1920, San Francisco: Julius Frank — John T. Hannan
   1924, New York: William F. Dinneen
   1928, Houston: Ruth E. Perrin — Walter F. Wilson
   1932, Chicago: William F. Dinneen
   1936, Philadelphia: William F. Dinneen
   1940, Chicago: Charlotte B. Quenelle
   1944, Chicago: Arthur J. Tyo
   1948, Philadelphia: John D. Van Kennen
   1952, Chicago: John D. Van Kennen
   1956, Chicago: John D. Van Kennen
   1960, Los Angeles: Rosemary F. Mahoney
   1964, Atlantic City: Walter Basmajian — W. Clyde Dixon — Francis C. Lavigne
   1972, Miami Beach: Edward G. Clarke — Helen R. Leppert
   1980, New York: June O'Neill
   2004, Boston: Sam Burns — Colleen Wheaton
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: W. W. Golding — Preston King
   1860, Chicago: Amaziah B. James — Preston King
   1864, Baltimore: Preston King
   1868, Chicago: Calvin T. Hulburd
   1872, Philadelphia: Edward W. Foster — George M. Gleason
   1884, Chicago: William L. Proctor — Leslie W. Russell — Charles O. Tappan
   1892, Minneapolis: John A. Haig — Carlton E. Sanford — William R. Weed
   1896, St. Louis: William L. Proctor
   1900, Philadelphia: Leslie W. Russell — Martin R. Sackett
   1904, Chicago: George R. Malby — Royal Newton
   1908, Chicago: George R. Malby — Edwin A. Merritt, Jr.
   1912, Chicago: George R. Malby — Edwin A. Merritt, Jr.
   1916, Chicago: Bertrand H. Snell
   1920, Chicago: Bertrand H. Snell
   1924, Cleveland: Bertrand H. Snell
   1928, Kansas City: Rhoda Fox Graves — Walter L. Pratt — Bertrand H. Snell
   1932, Chicago: Rhoda Fox Graves — Bertrand H. Snell
   1936, Cleveland: Norman L. Krey — Bertrand H. Snell
   1940, Philadelphia: Bertrand H. Snell
   1944, Chicago: Andrew J. Hanmer
   1948, Philadelphia: Lawrence F. Cuthbert
   1952, Chicago: Allan P. Sill
   1956, San Francisco: Frank A. Augsbury, Jr.
   1960, Chicago: Cecil S. McConnell
   1964, San Francisco: Seward Brown
   1972, Miami Beach: Betsy Kaplan
   2004, New York: Dede Scozzafava
 
Whig National Conventions:
   1839, Harrisburg: Silvester Gilbert
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