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Grayson County
Texas

Grayson County Political Parties

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

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


Grayson County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1916, St. Louis: E. J. Smith
   1924, New York: R. M. Carter
   1928, Houston: Dan F. McMillan
   1940, Chicago: Jake J. Loy — Tom Suggs
   1944, Chicago: J. A. Alexander — Mrs. R. M. Carter — E. Jones
   1948, Philadelphia: R. C. Slagle, Jr.
   1952, Chicago: J. A. Alexander — Victor Marsico
   1956, Chicago: Charles Hughes — F. Neilson Rogers — Lee Simmons
   1964, Atlantic City: David H. Brown
   1972, Miami Beach: W. K. White, Jr.
   1980, New York: Onjel Holt
   1996, Chicago: Betty Burris — Bob Slagle — Hazel Bledsoe Wright
   2000, Los Angeles: Bob Slagle
   2004, Boston: Bob Slagle
   2008, Denver: John Hartsell — Bob Slagle — Kristin W. Untiedt-Barnett
Republican National Conventions:
   1904, Chicago: Frank Johnson — Cecil A. Lyon
   1908, Chicago: Cecil A. Lyon
   1912, Chicago: Mike O. Sharp
   1916, Chicago: R. S. Legate — Mike O. Sharp
   1920, Chicago: Mike O. Sharp
   1924, Cleveland: C. B. Bryant — C. B. Dorchester
   1932, Chicago: Carl A. Davault — E. E. Hanna — Alex Marks
   1944, Chicago: Quinton Little
   1948, Philadelphia: Jack Nossaman
   1952, Chicago: Jack Barrett — A. F. Nossaman
   1956, San Francisco: Jack C. W. Martin
   1960, Chicago: Jack C. W. Martin
   1988, New Orleans: Dorothy Banfield
   2004, New York: Clyde Siebman
   2008, St. Paul: Esther Brumit — Dotty Morgan
   2012, Tampa: Suzy Carter — Barbara Woodroof

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