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Alexandria city Political Parties


Alexandria city Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1876, St. Louis: S. C. Neale
   1888, St. Louis: John S. Barbour, Jr.
   1912, Baltimore: John A. Marshall
   1916, St. Louis: Charles Bendheim
   1920, San Francisco: Charles C. Carlin — John M. Lawler — Howard W. Smith
   1924, New York: Kate Waller Barrett
   1952, Chicago: Robert V. H. Duncan
   1956, Chicago: Henry H. Fowler
   1960, Los Angeles: Henry H. Fowler
   1980, New York: Nancy Arnsen — Bernard S. Cohen — Cecily Coleman — Virginia Lehner — Emily Myatt
   1996, Chicago: Pixie Bell — W. Raymond Colley — Adam Ebbin — Jean Jensen — Paul Krizek — James P. Moran, Jr. — Myke Reid — Mame Reiley — Sue Wrenn
   2000, Los Angeles: Pixie Bell — James P. Moran, Jr. — Mame Reiley
   2004, Boston: Pixie Bell — Kerry J. Donley — Barbara Easterling — William D. Euille — Chris Gallaway — Bryan Moran — James P. Moran, Jr. — Elsie Mosqueda — Mame Reiley — Laura Sonnenmark — Marcia Speck
   2008, Denver: Pixie Bell — Barbara Easterling — William D. Euille — Jaime R. Harrison — Charles Keith Lutman — James P. Moran, Jr. — Mame Reiley — Hazel Rigby — Paul S. Smedberg — Chrisi West
Republican National Conventions:
   1860, Chicago: J. B. Brown
   1904, Chicago: Park Agnew — Joseph L. Crupper
   1912, Chicago: Joseph L. Crupper
   1920, Chicago: Jacob A. Eggborn — R. P. Whitestone
   1932, Chicago: Richard B. English
   1936, Cleveland: Phillip Pitts Campbell
   1940, Philadelphia: John Barton Phillips
   1948, Philadelphia: G. Raymond Gaines
   1952, Chicago: Harris T. Richards — Marie Smith
   1956, San Francisco: Mrs. Richard Turner
   1960, Chicago: Donald Baldwin — John L. Kilcullen, Jr. — William H. Moss
   1964, San Francisco: Anne McIntosh — Andrew Ockershausen
   1972, Miami Beach: Ann D. Haffner — Richard E. Palmer — Gant Redmon — Edd Shull — Edith L. Stratton
   2004, New York: Lisa Marie Cheney — William Calvin Cleveland — Will Patton Nance — Carol Kelly Skrabak
   2008, St. Paul: George F. Allen, Jr. — David Avella — Harrison Clark — Richard Neel — Fred Scheigert — Orson Swindle — Aaron Taylor

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