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Warren County
New York

Warren County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Warren County (incomplete!): Thomas J. Dunn, as of 1910 — M. J. Collins, Jr., as of 1927 — J. Edward Collins, as of 1936-42 — D. Frank Sullivan, as of 1955

Republican Party chairs in Warren County (incomplete!): Loyal L. Davis, as of 1910 — Frank C. Hooper, as of 1927 — Henry E. H. Brereton, as of 1929 — Earl R. Vetter, as of 1939-42


Warren County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: Joseph A. Kellogg — Patrick Moynehan
   1916, St. Louis: William H. Faxon
   1920, San Francisco: William H. Faxon — John J. McCabe
   1924, New York: Joseph A. Kellogg
   1928, Houston: David J. Fitzgerald, Jr.
   1932, Chicago: Thomas J. Dunn
   1936, Philadelphia: Jere M. Cronin — Hilda Smith
   1940, Chicago: Jere M. Cronin
   1944, Chicago: Jere M. Cronin
   1948, Philadelphia: Katheryn Fitzgerald
   1956, Chicago: Katheryn Fitzgerald — D. Frank Sullivan
   1960, Los Angeles: Katheryn Fitzgerald — D. Frank Sullivan
   1964, Atlantic City: Arthur R. Greenberg
   2004, Boston: Lynn Boecher — Larry Bulman
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: Pelatiah Richards
   1860, Chicago: James W. Schenck
   1872, Philadelphia: N. Edson Sheldon — Robert Waddell
   1884, Chicago: Jerome Lapham
   1892, Minneapolis: M. Nelson Dickinson
   1896, St. Louis: Louis W. Emerson
   1900, Philadelphia: H. E. Tremaine
   1904, Chicago: Louis W. Emerson
   1912, Chicago: Louis W. Emerson
   1916, Chicago: Louis W. Emerson
   1920, Chicago: Louis W. Emerson
   1924, Cleveland: Louis W. Emerson
   1928, Kansas City: George F. Bayle
   1932, Chicago: George F. Bayle
   1936, Cleveland: Earle H. Stickney
   1940, Philadelphia: Earl R. Vetter
   1944, Chicago: Earl R. Vetter
   1948, Philadelphia: Earl R. Vetter
   1952, Chicago: Earl R. Vetter
   1956, San Francisco: Earl R. Vetter
   1972, Miami Beach: Joan B. Hague
   2004, New York: Elizabeth O'C. Little
   2008, St. Paul: Betty Little

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