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Kay County

Kay County Political Parties

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

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

Kay County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: T. S. Chambers
   1916, St. Louis: J. M. Barker
   1924, New York: Blanche F. Lucas
   1928, Houston: Felix C. Duval
   1944, Chicago: L. W. Prunty
   1948, Philadelphia: Dave Morgan — Lew Prunty
   1952, Chicago: Lew Prunty — Ruby Schug
   1956, Chicago: Josephine Ernest — Jack Noles
   1976, New York: Josephine Paden
   1980, New York: Patti Randall — Terry Weins
   1996, Chicago: Paul Muegge
Republican National Conventions:
   1896, St. Louis: Charles Day
   1900, Philadelphia: John R. Tate
   1912, Chicago: George H. Brett
   1924, Cleveland: Press Lowrance
   1928, Kansas City: Lew H. Wentz
   1932, Chicago: Carl B. Haun
   1936, Cleveland: Lew H. Wentz
   1940, Philadelphia: Lew H. Wentz
   1944, Chicago: Lew H. Wentz
   1948, Philadelphia: Neal Sullivan — Lew H. Wentz
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. John Badger
   1956, San Francisco: Esther Holt
   1960, Chicago: Roy Cox
   1972, Miami Beach: Louise Bird — John Michael Donahoe
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