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Gregg County
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Gregg County Political Parties

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

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


Gregg County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1924, New York: W. R. Hughes
   1928, Houston: R. M. Kelly — B. B. Taylor
   1940, Chicago: E. M. Bramlette — Cecil Storey — Jack Tillery
   1944, Chicago: Mary Lee Abat — W. I. Blalock — Merritt H. Gibson — A. S. McKneely — D. Moore
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. Charles K. DeVall — Reagan McLemore
   1956, Chicago: A. Murat Willis, Jr.
   1964, Atlantic City: Lindley Beckworth — A. Murat Willis, Jr.
   1972, Miami Beach: V. A. 'Bill' Clements, Jr. — Virgina Long
   1980, New York: Bennie Jackson, Jr. — Thomas Killingsworth
   1996, Chicago: Daryl R. Atkinson — Jimmie F. Myers — Martha Whitehead
   2000, Los Angeles: Jimmie F. Myers
   2004, Boston: Billie Payne
   2008, Denver: Vanessa K. Campbell — Jimmie F. Myers — Phillip White
Republican National Conventions:
   1940, Philadelphia: Murray C. Sells
   1944, Chicago: Murray C. Sells
   1948, Philadelphia: R. E. Kennedy — Murray C. Sells
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. Charles L. Bacheller — James H. Hughes — William M. Steger
   1956, San Francisco: Mrs. Charles L. Bacheller — Douglas Godfrey — Earl Hollandsworth
   1960, Chicago: A. E. McCubbin
   1972, Miami Beach: Henry Gossett
   1988, New Orleans: William Osborn — Ron Wade
   2008, St. Paul: Keith Rothra
   2012, Tampa: Martha Rhymes

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