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Idaho Democratic Party offices

Index of Politicians by Party Office Held

State Party Officers:

Idaho Delegates to Democratic National Conventions: very incomplete!

Idaho Democratic Party County Chairs: very incomplete!

Bonneville - Madison


Democratic state chairs, 1890-2008 (Incomplete!)

George Ainslie 1890-91 K. I. Perky 1900-02 L. E. Dillingham as of 1925-29 Edwin M. Holden as of 1930 Ted A. Walters as of 1931 Ira H. Taylor as of 1937 Ben W. Davis as of 1939 David L. Bush 1944-46 Dan J. Cavanagh as of 1947-48 Ed P. Brennan as of 1949 George A. Greenfield as of 1955 John G. Walters as of 1958 John F. Greenfield as of 1977 Keith Roark as of 2008

Democratic state vice-chairs, 2008 (Incomplete!)

Jeanne Buell as of 2008

Members of Democratic National Committee, 1896-2008 (Incomplete!)

George Ainslie 1896-1900 Simon P. Donnelly as of 1904 Robert H. Elder as of 1912-28 Teresa M. Graham as of 1920 Teresa M. Graham as of 1929 Asher B. Wilson as of 1929 Emma Simons as of 1939-40 Ramsey M. Walker as of 1939 Carl E. Brown as of 1940 Francis M. Bistline as of 1944-48 Dan J. Cavanagh as of 1948-50 Harry Wall 1952-63 Deon Seedall as of 1954 Ellen Healy as of 1963 Carolyn Boyce as of 2004 Gail Bray as of 2004-08 Edgar Malepeai as of 2004 Peter Richardson as of 2004 Grant Burgoyne as of 2008

Democratic state party secretaries, 1937 (Incomplete!)

George H. Fisher as of 1937

Members of Democratic State Committee, 1948-50 (Incomplete!)

Claude J. Burtenshaw 1948-50

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