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Windsor County
Vermont

Windsor County Political Parties

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

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


Windsor County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1860, Charleston and Baltimore: E. M. Brown
   1864, Chicago: Lewis S. Partridge — George Washburn
   1912, Baltimore: P. E. Adams — C. W. Locke
   1916, St. Louis: Park H. Pollard
   1920, San Francisco: Lew E. Wachter
   1924, New York: Otis C. Sawyer — Lew E. Wachter
   1928, Houston: Park H. Pollard — Otis C. Sawyer
   1936, Philadelphia: A. E. Cole
   1940, Chicago: Marguerite Scully
   1944, Chicago: R. S. Devereux
   1948, Philadelphia: Francis Maloney
   1952, Chicago: Ida P. Cole — Cecil Ryan
   1956, Chicago: Ida P. Cole — Philip Harrington
   1996, Chicago: Robert J. Harris — Matthew McDonald — David Michlovitz — Cheryl Rivers — Ann Seibert
   2004, Boston: Jacob Crumbine — Rosemary McLaughlin
   2008, Denver: Kevin B. Christie — Don Hooper — Peter Welch
Republican National Conventions:
   1856, Philadelphia: Ryland Fletcher — William Skinner
   1860, Chicago: Hugh Henry — Peter T. Washburn
   1864, Baltimore: A. P. Hunton
   1868, Chicago: Samuel E. Pingree
   1904, Chicago: Charles Downer — George F. Leland
   1908, Chicago: Gilbert F. Davis — Allen M. Fletcher
   1916, Chicago: Henry T. Brown — Edward A. Davis
   1920, Chicago: James F. Dewey — George Q. Gridley
   1924, Cleveland: Henry T. Brown — Blanche B. Bryant — John G. Sargent — William Wallace Stickney
   1928, Kansas City: Wade Keyes — Henry R. Rudd — J. A. Stephenson
   1932, Chicago: Jeremiah F. Evarts — Leon S. Gay — Edward H. Holterman
   1936, Cleveland: Earl Ransom
   1940, Philadelphia: Ralph E. Flanders — John H. Murphy
   1944, Chicago: Berenice B. Bromley — James F. Dewey — Ernest E. Moore
   1948, Philadelphia: Frank W. Corliss — Nancy B. Quaintence — Earl Ransom
   1952, Chicago: George Abbott — Berniece H. Esty — Vrest Orton — A. M. Stoddard
   1956, San Francisco: Samuel Abbott — Berenice B. Bromley — Joseph B. Johnson — Vrest Orton — Alban J. Parker
   1960, Chicago: Charles F. Hillman — Walter M. Smith — Mrs. Walter M. Smith
   1972, Miami Beach: Charlene Bostrom — Leighton Q. J. Klevana — Frank G. Mahady — Mae Robinson
   2004, New York: Suzanne Butterfield — John Wu
   2008, St. Paul: Steve Adams — Suzanne Butterfield — Hunter Melville
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