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Portage County
Ohio

Portage County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Portage County: [none currently in database]

Republican Party chairs in Portage County: [none currently in database]


Portage County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: S. D. Harris, Jr.
   1864, Chicago: Michael Stuart
   1916, St. Louis: John Albright — David L. Rockwell
   1928, Houston: David L. Rockwell
   1932, Chicago: Martin L. Davey
   1940, Chicago: Martin L. Davey — Marygeorge Watkins
   1948, Philadelphia: Marygeorge Watkins
   1952, Chicago: William J. Smith
   1960, Los Angeles: John A. Crowley
   1964, Atlantic City: Myrna Smith
   1972, Miami Beach: Walter C. Adams, Jr. — Harriet Begala — Elizabeth H. Flemming — Larry Ghee — William E. Jacobs — Michael G. Pierce — Roxie D. Thornton — Henry A. Walker
   1996, Chicago: Heather Kreider — Jill Skapin
   2008, Denver: Robert Wise
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: Cyrus Prentiss
   1860, Chicago: H. Y. Beebe
   1904, Chicago: H. T. Sheldon
   1912, Chicago: W. J. Beckley
   1916, Chicago: Robert Hoffman — W. S. Kent
   1920, Chicago: W. H. Crafts — D. M. Mason
   1924, Cleveland: William E. Cluff
   1928, Kansas City: W. J. Beckley
   1932, Chicago: James A. Jones
   1936, Cleveland: Alf Lovell
   1944, Chicago: James A. Jones
   1952, Chicago: V. W. Filiatrault
   1956, San Francisco: Charlotte W. Morrison
   1960, Chicago: S. L. Summers
   1964, San Francisco: C. R. Francies
   1972, Miami Beach: Harry L. Griffith
   2004, New York: Norm Sandvoss — Ann Womer Benjamin
   2008, St. Paul: Barbara Harkness
 
Whig National Conventions:
   1839, Harrisburg: Cyrus Prentiss
   1848, Philadelphia: Daniel R. Tilden

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