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Snohomish County
Washington

Snohomish County Political Parties

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

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


Snohomish County Delegates
to National Party Conventions

Democratic National Conventions:
   1912, Baltimore: John D. Bird — J. W. Black
   1916, St. Louis: Howard Hathaway
   1920, San Francisco: C. C. Harbaugh — Edward Harrison
   1928, Houston: E. B. McGill
   1940, Chicago: E. P. Hennessey
   1944, Chicago: Hugh B. Mitchell
   1948, Philadelphia: Clarence J. Coleman
   1952, Chicago: Augusta Carmichael — Oscar Kulle — Sam Manus — Albert Murphy
   1996, Chicago: Eugene Cota-Robles — Steve Hobbs — Joliet Ishell — Edith Lawrence — Todd Morrow — Jay Pearson — Joann Rossall
   2004, Boston: Mony Baggett — Habib Habib — Carolyn Johnston — Rick Larsen — Luis S. Moscoso — Ada Santerre-Nigaglioni
   2008, Denver: Deanna Dawson — Patrick K. Gunning — Kendall E. Hamilton — Myriam Marquez — Luis S. Moscoso — Ronald T. Oshima — Aaron Reardon — Marsha Scutvick — James M. Trefry
Republican National Conventions:
   1916, Chicago: Samuel Hill — James M. Hogan — T. B. Summer
   1920, Chicago: H. Perry Niles
   1924, Cleveland: A. H. B. Jordan — Mrs. Harry J. Miller
   1928, Kansas City: E. F. Frost — Joseph Irving
   1932, Chicago: James Jacobs
   1936, Cleveland: Kenneth C. Klepser
   1940, Philadelphia: Stephen S. Floe — Lewis A. Smith
   1944, Chicago: Nettie M. Brokaw — Clair Dobler
   1948, Philadelphia: Nettie M. Brokaw — Herb Wilson
   1952, Chicago: Mrs. Victor DeBaer
   1956, San Francisco: James N. Cunningham — Maxine F. Geisel — George Tozer
   1960, Chicago: Mrs. Robert C. Ashley — Jack Metcalf — Herbert A. Swanson
   1972, Miami Beach: Jerry Shaw — Martha Yorkston
   2004, New York: Jerry Miller — Evelyn Spencer
   2008, St. Paul: Jason Bontrager — Dullain Ehrlich — Nathan Johnson — Iris Lilly — Doug Roulstone — Evelyn Spencer
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