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McLennan County

McLennan County Political Parties

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

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

McLennan County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1876, St. Louis: George W. Clark
   1912, Baltimore: Robert L. Henry — A. R. McCollum
   1916, St. Louis: Allan Sanford
   1924, New York: J. F. Bailey — Alva Bryan — Mrs. M. G. Olsen
   1928, Houston: Mrs. S. P. Brooks — S. P. Brooks — S. M. Grostwaite — W. M. Sleeper — Jane Madden Spell
   1940, Chicago: James H. Blundell — W. L. Crostwhaite — E. S. Fentress — Lee Lockwood — W. W. Naman — Pat Morris Neff — Edgar E. Witt
   1944, Chicago: M. A. Glenn — Lee Lockwood
   1948, Philadelphia: Jake Aynesworth
   1952, Chicago: Lee Lockwood
   1956, Chicago: Otis Gardner — J. H. Kultgen — William R. Poage — Carlton J. Smith
   1964, Atlantic City: Mrs. Ray Hicks — George Nokes — J. Robert Sheehy — Carlton J. Smith
   1972, Miami Beach: Barry Bryant — Mrs. Morris M. Smith
   1980, New York: Cynthia Evans — Jay I. Naman — Barbara L. O'Neal
   1996, Chicago: Marilyn E. Jones — Elmond B. Masters
   2000, Los Angeles: Chet Edwards
   2004, Boston: Jim Dunnam — Chet Edwards — Tammie Hartgroves — Mae J. Jackson — John Mabry
   2008, Denver: Chet Edwards — Lola Hopper — E. J. Laster — Jody Money — Fernando Villarreal
Republican National Conventions:
   1896, St. Louis: A. M. Armstrong
   1900, Philadelphia: Charles A. Boynton
   1904, Chicago: Charles A. Boynton
   1908, Chicago: Charles A. Boynton
   1912, Chicago: J. W. Cocke
   1916, Chicago: J. W. Cocke — John L. Vaughn
   1920, Chicago: James W. Bass — Charles A. Boynton
   1924, Cleveland: Charles A. Boynton
   1928, Kansas City: S. Clay Gilmore
   1932, Chicago: Margaret Conger — S. Clay Gilmore
   1936, Cleveland: C. V. McMahan
   1940, Philadelphia: W. S. Eakin
   1948, Philadelphia: Julian R. Minier
   1952, Chicago: Charles G. Edison — J. E. Milam, Jr.
   1956, San Francisco: Charles G. Edison — J. D. Metz — J. E. Milam, Jr. — Mrs. Goodhue Smith
   1960, Chicago: Charles G. Eidson, Sr. — Mrs. Charles G. Eidson, Sr.
   1972, Miami Beach: Douglas R. DeCluitt — Mrs. Ruel Dixon — Walter S. Smith, Jr. — Mrs. James F. Wood
   1988, New Orleans: Allan Horton — Helen Quiram — M. A. Taylor
   2004, New York: Charles Anderson — Dianne Hensley — Gina Parker
   2008, St. Paul: Charles Anderson — Valerie Duty Citrano — Carolyn Payne Lomax
   2012, Tampa: Casey Curry — Jon Gimble
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