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Hamilton County
Tennessee

Hamilton County Political Parties

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

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


Hamilton County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1876, St. Louis: M. H. Clift
   1892, Chicago: George W. Ochs
   1900, Kansas City: John A. Moon
   1912, Baltimore: H. C. Adler — M. M. Allison — Lewis M. Coleman — J. B. F. Lowry — Laps D. Walker
   1916, St. Louis: L. T. Foust — D. A. Landress — Thomas R. Preston — Edmund Watkins
   1924, New York: J. W. Bishop — Abby Crawford Milton
   1928, Houston: William E. Brock — Thomas R. Preston
   1936, Philadelphia: Frank Chamlee — Abby Crawford Milton — W. Cory Smith
   1940, Chicago: Mrs. Will Cummings — Charles Fisk Rolston — Joe V. Williams, Jr.
   1944, Chicago: Estes Kefauver
   1948, Philadelphia: W. K. Philhaver, Jr. — Mrs. H. A. Pless — Jere Tipton — Phil B. Whitaker
   1952, Chicago: A. L. Bender — Riley Graham — Estes Kefauver — George McInturff — Sarah Bess Sherrill — Phil B. Whitaker
   1980, New York: Frances Fifer — Lynn D. Ford — James E. Hall — Philip H. Livingston — Peggy McCullough — Virginia L. Murphy
   1996, Chicago: Carol Berz — Virginia Jo Lett — Joe A. Murphy, Jr. — Priscilla Siskin — Dwight Wilhoit — Wade Wooldridge
   2000, Los Angeles: Jon Kinsey
   2004, Boston: Rebecca Bumgardner — Charline Kilpatrick — Weldon Markham
   2008, Denver: Patricia Branham — Elizabeth Crews — JoAnne Favors — Charline Kilpatrick — Justin Wilkins
Republican National Conventions:
   1868, Chicago: Alonzo G. Sharp
   1892, Minneapolis: H. Clay Evans
   1896, St. Louis: Foster V. Brown — H. Clay Evans
   1900, Philadelphia: Foster V. Brown — Newell Sanders
   1904, Chicago: H. Clay Evans
   1908, Chicago: H. Clay Evans — Newell Sanders
   1912, Chicago: John H. Early — H. Clay Evans — Newell Sanders — C. S. Steward
   1916, Chicago: Foster V. Brown — H. Clay Evans — Jesse M. Littleton — Newell Sanders — Emil Wassman
   1920, Chicago: Fred Arn — Jesse M. Littleton — Newell Sanders
   1924, Cleveland: Joe Brown — Morrow Chamberlain — C. H. Huston — Newell Sanders — Mrs. C. W. Straus
   1928, Kansas City: C. K. Brown — Tom Crutchfield — W. A. Thompson
   1932, Chicago: Joe B. Brown — Walter C. Robinson — Silas Williams
   1936, Cleveland: Walter C. Robinson — Marguerite H. Slaughter — P. H. Thach
   1940, Philadelphia: John C. Goins — Paul J. Kruesi — Lupton Patten — Walter C. Robinson
   1944, Chicago: O. T. Tindell, Jr.
   1948, Philadelphia: Harry C. Carbaugh — Lupton Patten
   1952, Chicago: Harry C. Carbaugh — Ray Evans
   1956, San Francisco: Harry C. Carbaugh — Alice Elder — Ray Evans
   1960, Chicago: Patten Abshire — Harry C. Carbaugh — Alice Elder — David F. S. Johnson
   1972, Miami Beach: LaMar Baker — Bill Brock — Jeanne K. Geraghty — Laurel Steinhice — Ruth Tobias
   2004, New York: John Wayne Cropp — Michael I. Lebovitz — Robin Smith
   2008, St. Paul: Oscar Brock — Lauren Fairbanks — Tim Gossett — Glenda Holder — H. Charlie Holder — Christopher Hopkins — Christian Lanier — Zach Wamp
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