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Kent County
Rhode Island

Kent County Political Parties

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

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


Kent County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1864, Chicago: Thomas A. Reynolds
   1876, St. Louis: Alpheus F. Angell
   1912, Baltimore: Thomas H. Galvin
   1916, St. Louis: Peter G. Gerry — Patrick H. Quinn
   1920, San Francisco: Patrick H. Quinn
   1924, New York: Patrick H. Quinn
   1928, Houston: Patrick H. Quinn
   1932, Chicago: Peter G. Gerry — Patrick H. Quinn
   1936, Philadelphia: John M. Flynn — Patrick H. Quinn
   1940, Chicago: Robert E. Quinn
   1944, Chicago: Thomas F. Barry — Henry L. McCormick — John E. Mullen — Edward J. Murray
   1948, Philadelphia: Agnes Blanchet
   1952, Chicago: Gerard Di Fiore — Henry L. McCormick — Lillian Miller
   1960, Los Angeles: Charlotte L. Barrett — John Coffey — Gerard Di Fiore — George Low — Regina Low — Peter P. Reilly — Eleanor F. Slater
   1964, Atlantic City: Felix A. Appolonia — John Coffey — Gerard Di Fiore — Horace E. Hobbs — Regina Low — Kathleen McDonald — Raymond N. Nelson — Eleanor F. Slater
   1988, Atlanta: Donald R. Carlson
   1996, Chicago: Jennie Day — Mary B. Shekarchi — Joseph W. Walsh
   2004, Boston: Bill Murphy — Mark Schwager — Eleanor F. Slater — L. Susan Weiner
   2008, Denver: Patricia Flanagan — Elizabeth Perik — L. Susan Weiner
   2012, Charlotte: Frank Ferri — James R. Langevin — Elaine Prior — Donald Sweitzer — Helen Taylor — L. Susan Weiner — Mark S. Weiner — Zoe Weiner
Republican National Conventions:
   1860, Chicago: Simon Henry Greene — Benedict Lapham
   1864, Baltimore: Joel M. Spencer
   1900, Philadelphia: Walter E. Spink — Richard Thornley
   1908, Chicago: Edward E. Arnold
   1912, Chicago: George B. Waterhouse — Charles A. Wilson
   1920, Chicago: Joseph P. Burlingame — Mahlon M. Gowdy — George P. Newell
   1924, Cleveland: Elizabeth L. Newell
   1928, Kansas City: Joseph P. Burlingame
   1932, Chicago: Joseph P. Burlingame — Felix Hébert
   1944, Chicago: Albro N. Dana — Thomas Casey Greene
   1948, Philadelphia: Thomas Casey Greene
   1952, Chicago: Thomas Casey Greene — Vincent C. James
   1956, San Francisco: Herbert B. Carkin — Bayard Ewing — Norman E. Gillespie — Thomas Casey Greene — Horace M. Lancellotta — Ruth S. Schoonman
   1960, Chicago: Bayard Ewing — G. Ellsworth Gale — Ralph T. Lewis — Raymond E. Stone — T. Reid Westmoreland
   1972, Miami Beach: Agnes R. Lapointe — Guy J. Wells
   1992, Houston: Scott Avedisian — Bernard A. Jackvony — Ann Marie Lloyd — Stephen C. Patton — Susan C. Patton
   2004, New York: Scott Avedisian — Margaret Gartelman — Patricia Morgan
   2008, St. Paul: Scott Avedisian — Suzanne O. Carcieri — Nicholas Gorham — Kristine Greene — Carol Nolan — James Patti — Robert A. Watson
   2012, Tampa: Scott Avedisian — Elizabeth O. Smith — Joseph Trillo — Erik E. Turgeon
 
Whig National Conventions:
   1839, Harrisburg: William Anthony
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