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Lubbock County
Texas

Lubbock County Political Parties

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

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


Lubbock County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1928, Houston: J. H. Goodman
   1940, Chicago: George Dupree — J. W. Jackson — T. K. Martin — J. Doyle Settle
   1944, Chicago: T. K. Martin
   1948, Philadelphia: C. L. Harris
   1952, Chicago: O. B. Ratliff
   1956, Chicago: Byron Abernethy — Lloyd Croslin — Robert E. Dennis — George H. Mahon
   1964, Atlantic City: H. J. Blanchard — George H. Mahon — Arch S. Underwood
   1972, Miami Beach: Criselda Ortez Lightfoot — Dorothy McLarty — Kent Wagonseller
   1980, New York: James F. Davis, Jr. — Sue Duncan — Paul C. Looney
   1996, Chicago: Dolores Trevino Brown — Linda DeLeon
   2004, Boston: Jeff Benson — Mary Hatfield — Sue Weninger
   2008, Denver: Marjorie Reynolds — Ruby Tanner — Rico Vega
Republican National Conventions:
   1928, Kansas City: C. E. Maedgen
   1948, Philadelphia: Mohler D. Temple
   1952, Chicago: A. E. Quest
   1956, San Francisco: Claude S. Cravens
   1960, Chicago: W. J. Klattenhoff — Mrs. Gordon Treadaway — Gordon Treadaway
   1972, Miami Beach: James H. Granberry
   1988, New Orleans: Bob Blake — Larry Combest — Ruth Schiermeyer — Jane Anne Stinnett
   2004, New York: Joe Grimes — Tim Lambert — Tony Renteria
   2008, St. Paul: Dustin Burrows — Donald May — Chris Winn
   2012, Tampa: Jon David Bruegel — Jane Cansino — Dustin Koenning — Kristen VanderPlas

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