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Yates County
New York

Yates County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Yates County (incomplete!): Michael F. Buckley, as of 1910 — Joseph P. Craugh, as of 1927 — Ross Huson, as of 1936-42 — Frank J. Erwin, as of 1955

Republican Party chairs in Yates County (incomplete!): William S. Cornwell, as of 1910 — David Miller, as of 1927-29 — Charles M. Watkins, as of 1939-42


Yates County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: Darius A. Ogden
   1876, St. Louis: G. H. Lapham
   1912, Baltimore: Thomas Carmody
   1916, St. Louis: Ernest R. Bordwell
   1924, New York: Gilbert H. Baker
   1932, Chicago: Francis P. Reilly
   1936, Philadelphia: Ross Huson
   1940, Chicago: Michael F. Buckley
   1944, Chicago: Ross Huson
   1952, Chicago: Ross Huson
   1960, Los Angeles: Joseph J. Sugden
   1964, Atlantic City: James J. Carroll
   1972, Miami Beach: Jack D. Ossont
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: M. H. Lawrence
   1860, Chicago: Charles C. Shepard
   1872, Philadelphia: Farley Holmes — Daniel Morris
   1884, Chicago: George R. Cornwell
   1892, Minneapolis: Charles S. Hoyt — Morris F. Sheppard
   1900, Philadelphia: George R. Cornwell
   1904, Chicago: Morris F. Sheppard
   1908, Chicago: James A. Thayer
   1912, Chicago: John S. Sheppard
   1920, Chicago: H. Merton Smith
   1924, Cleveland: Addison T. Halstead
   1928, Kansas City: David Miller
   1932, Chicago: Ralph T. Norris
   1936, Cleveland: Homer M. Fullager
   1940, Philadelphia: Charles E. Stone
   1944, Chicago: Charles E. Stone
   1972, Miami Beach: Charles L. Wallis
 
Whig National Conventions:
   1839, Harrisburg: John N. Dox

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