The Political Graveyard: A Database of American History
Bristol County
Rhode Island

Bristol County Political Parties

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

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

Bristol County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1840, Baltimore: Nathaniel Bullock
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: Jacob Babbitt
   1876, St. Louis: William T. C. Wardwell
   1912, Baltimore: Charles W. Greene
   1916, St. Louis: Charles W. Greene
   1936, Philadelphia: Prescott B. Paull
   1940, Chicago: Prescott B. Paull
   1944, Chicago: Aldora Sevigny
   1948, Philadelphia: Daniel G. Coggeshall — Anthony J. Nunes
   1952, Chicago: Elizabeth V. Pendergast
   1960, Los Angeles: Leo P. McGowan
   1964, Atlantic City: Edward J. Higgins — Leo P. McGowan — Bruce Sundlun
   1988, Atlanta: Jerome M. Donovan
   2004, Boston: Judy Chong
   2008, Denver: Kimberly Ahern
   2012, Charlotte: Anne Connor — Mary Alyce Gasbarro — June Speakman
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: Byron Diman
   1860, Chicago: W. H. S. Bayley
   1864, Baltimore: Asa M. Gammell — James DeWolf Perry
   1900, Philadelphia: Joseph E. Fletcher — Samuel L. Peck
   1908, Chicago: Ezra Dixon — Joseph E. Fletcher
   1912, Chicago: Ezra Dixon
   1916, Chicago: Ezra Dixon — Frank H. Hammill
   1924, Cleveland: Mary B. Peck
   1928, Kansas City: Mary B. Peck
   1932, Chicago: W. Fred Williams, Jr.
   1948, Philadelphia: Steven B. Wilson
   1956, San Francisco: William T. Broomhead — Roger W. Pigeon
   1960, Chicago: Esther Ann Broomhead — William T. Broomhead — Raymond DeLeo
   1972, Miami Beach: C. George DeStafano — Debra Ann Jackson
   1992, Houston: David F. Guertin, Jr. — Halsey C. Herreshoff — John A. Holmes, Jr. — Thomas R. Little — Richard Lord — Anostasia Remington
   2004, New York: Susan A. Story
   2008, St. Paul: Kristen Bond — Giovanni D. Cicione — Christopher Stanley — Susan A. Story
   2012, Tampa: Peter D. Costa, Jr. — Paul Schmidt — Mark Smiley
Whig National Conventions:
   1839, Harrisburg: Byron Diman
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