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Minnesota Democratic Party offices

Index of Politicians by Party Office Held

State Party Officers:

Minnesota Delegates to Democratic National Conventions: very incomplete!


Democratic state chairs, 1892-1945 (Incomplete!)

Louis Baker 1890 Lewis Baker as of 1892 Frank A. Day as of 1904-08 Julius Thorson as of 1925 William J. Quinn as of 1929 Hubert d'Autremont as of 1930 John J. Farrell as of 1931 John F. D. Meighen as of 1937 Joseph N. Moonan as of 1939 Elmer F. Kelm 1940-45

Democratic state vice-chairs, 1940-2008 (Incomplete!)

Margaret Drips 1940-44 Donna Cassutt as of 2008

Members of Democratic National Committee, 1876-2008 (Incomplete!)

William Lochren as of 1876-80 Michael Doran as of 1888 Fred B. Lynch as of 1912-16 Anna D. Olesen as of 1920 Fred E. Wheaton as of 1920-21 Mrs. Stanley V. Hodge as of 1929 Joseph Wolf as of 1929 John P. Erickson as of 1939-40 Ida McCabe Kayser as of 1939-40 Margaret Drips 1944-48 Theodor S. Slen as of 1947 Byron G. Allen 1948-55 Eugenie Anderson as of 1948-49 Ione Hunt as of 1954 John A. Blatnik as of 1963 Geri M. Joseph as of 1963 Paul Wellstone as of 1984-91 Tarryl L. Clark as of 2004 Mike Erlandson as of 2004 Ken Foxworth as of 2004-08 Greg Knutson as of 2004 Sarah Lewerenz as of 2004 Jackie Stevenson as of 2004-08 Nancy Larson as of 2008 Mee Moua as of 2008 Rick Stafford as of 2008

Democratic state party secretaries, 1937 (Incomplete!)

Elmer F. Kelm as of 1937

Members of Democratic State Central Committee, 1906-10 (Incomplete!)

Anton Schaefer 1890 Lawrence Wisniewski as of 1906-10

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