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Susquehanna County

Susquehanna County Political Parties

Democratic Party chairs in Susquehanna County (incomplete!): Philip T. Lonergan, as of 1927 — Harry M. Turrell, as of 1937

Republican Party chairs in Susquehanna County (incomplete!): Charles H. Ainey, as of 1927 — Richard E. Masters, as of 1953

Susquehanna County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: Richard N. Brush — John H. Strider
   1916, St. Louis: James J. Walker
   1924, New York: John H. Strider
   1928, Houston: John H. Strider
   1944, Chicago: Harry M. Turrell
   1948, Philadelphia: Edward Engates
   1960, Los Angeles: Stanley M. Yeckinevich
   1972, Miami Beach: Joseph A. Skelly
   2008, Denver: Christopher P. Carney
Republican National Conventions:
   1860, Chicago: D. C. Gillispie — William H. Jessup
   1864, Baltimore: Galusha A. Grow
   1868, Chicago: William H. Jessup
   1884, Chicago: Galusha A. Grow — William H. Jessup
   1888, Chicago: Orrin A. Lines
   1892, Minneapolis: Galusha A. Grow
   1904, Chicago: Charles Frederick Wright
   1908, Chicago: Charles Frederick Wright
   1912, Chicago: Emery W. Estus
   1916, Chicago: John C. Harrington
   1920, Chicago: Frank A. Davies
   1924, Cleveland: Arthur L. Titman
   1928, Kansas City: William D. B. Ainey — Glenn L. Voss
   1932, Chicago: John A. Fraser
   1940, Philadelphia: William S. Tiffany
   1956, San Francisco: Audrey R. Kelly
   1964, San Francisco: Carmel Sirianni
   1972, Miami Beach: Carmel Sirianni

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