The Political Graveyard: A Database of American History
Spartanburg County
South Carolina

Spartanburg County Political Parties

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

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

Spartanburg County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1876, St. Louis: John H. Evins
   1912, Baltimore: Ben Hill Brown — John Gary Evans — S. T. D. Lancaster
   1916, St. Louis: John G. Clinkscales — John Gary Evans — S. T. D. Lancaster
   1924, New York: S. T. D. Lancaster — L. W. Perrin
   1928, Houston: John Gary Evans
   1936, Philadelphia: Mrs. S. N. Burts — James F. Byrnes — J. Gregg Galbraith — Olin D. Johnston
   1940, Chicago: Mrs. S. N. Burts — James F. Byrnes — Olin D. Johnston
   1944, Chicago: Mrs. Olin D. Johnston — Olin D. Johnston — J. Allen Lambright
   1948, Philadelphia: Mrs. Olin D. Johnston — Olin D. Johnston — C. Bruce Littlejohn — LeRoy Moore
   1952, Chicago: Walter J. Brown — Mrs. Olin D. Johnston — Olin D. Johnston
   1956, Chicago: John C. Bell — Walter J. Brown — Mrs. Olin D. Johnston — Olin D. Johnston — J. Allen Lambright — Charles C. Moore
   1964, Atlantic City: G. C. Burnett — Sam N. Burts — Simpson Hyatt — Mrs. Olin D. Johnston — Olin D. Johnston — C. Bruce Littlejohn — LeGrande Rouse II — Donald Russell, Jr. — Donald Russell
   1996, Chicago: Elaine W. Marks
   2004, Boston: Nicholas Kekas — Thomas A. Santaniello
   2008, Denver: Christine Bond
Republican National Conventions:
   1900, Philadelphia: B. F. Means — Samuel T. Poinier
   1912, Chicago: W. M. Freeman — Laban Morgan — Frank J. Young
   1916, Chicago: W. M. Porter
   1928, Kansas City: B. T. Smith
   1932, Chicago: S. D. Brown — J. G. Jones
   1936, Cleveland: B. T. Smith
   1940, Philadelphia: Frank W. Faux
   1948, Philadelphia: Frank W. Faux
   1952, Chicago: Frank W. Faux — Joseph E. Hines
   1956, San Francisco: Frank W. Faux — Roger Milliken — Mrs. Roger Milliken
   1960, Chicago: Constance D. Armitage — Robert F. Chapman — Roger Milliken — William E. Moss
   1964, San Francisco: Constance D. Armitage
   1968, Miami Beach: Constance D. Armitage
   1972, Miami Beach: Constance D. Armitage — Hal C. Byrd — Jesse L. Cooksey — Anne Ebersbach — Roger Milliken
   2004, New York: Michael Eugene Dixon — Christina Jeffrey — Walter McSherry
   2008, St. Paul: Mark Hammond — Walter McSherry — Mary Ann Riley

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