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Tuscarawas County
Ohio

Tuscarawas County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Tuscarawas County (incomplete!): Eugene H. Hanhart, 1936

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


Tuscarawas County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: Robert Hunter Nugen
   1864, Chicago: David W. Stambaugh
   1912, Baltimore: Charles Gutensohn
   1916, St. Louis: C. C. Fernsell
   1928, Houston: Burrell Russell
   1940, Chicago: Emmett H. Baker — Arthur L. Limbach
   1944, Chicago: Arthur Cunningham — Eugene H. Hanhart
   1948, Philadelphia: Eugene H. Hanhart — Joe E. Hurst
   1952, Chicago: Eugene H. Hanhart — Arthur L. Limbach
   1956, Chicago: Eugene H. Hanhart — Richard M. Hanhart
   1960, Los Angeles: Eugene H. Hanhart
   1964, Atlantic City: Eugene H. Hanhart — Harold Knapp
   1972, Miami Beach: John Reese
   1996, Chicago: Greg Bender — Patricia A. McKay — Ronda Renner — Zack Space
   2004, Boston: Greg Bender — Martha J. Campbell — Mark Cox — Sandy K. Cox — Greg L. DiDonato — Peggy E. Tanksley
   2008, Denver: Michael Clarke — Zack Space — Peggy E. Tanksley
Republican National Conventions:
   1908, Chicago: Samuel W. Walter
   1912, Chicago: Enos S. Souers
   1916, Chicago: P. S. Cooper
   1920, Chicago: Roy A. Wilson
   1924, Cleveland: U. D. Miller
   1928, Kansas City: W. L. Armstrong — H. A. Salt
   1932, Chicago: Walter Scheu
   1936, Cleveland: Virgil O. Mathias
   1940, Philadelphia: A. J. Krantz
   1944, Chicago: Virgil O. Mathias
   1948, Philadelphia: Rose S. Anthony
   1952, Chicago: Arthur A. Hoopingarner
   1956, San Francisco: John B. Garver
   1960, Chicago: John B. Garver
   1964, San Francisco: Raymond H. Adkins
   2008, St. Paul: James Pringle, Jr.

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