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Montana Democratic Party offices

Index of Politicians by Party Office Held

State Party Officers:

Montana Delegates to Democratic National Conventions: very incomplete!

Democratic state chairs, 1920-2008 (Incomplete!)

John E. Erickson 1920-24 Tom Stout as of 1925 W. W. McDowell as of 1929 Charles P. Nevin as of 1930 W. W. McDowell as of 1931 Grover C. Cisel as of 1937 Arthur F. Lamey 1938-44 Lester H. Loble as of 1945 Hjalmar B. Landoe as of 1949 Jack C. Toole as of 1955 Leif Erickson as of 1956-58 Dennis McDonald as of 2008

Democratic state vice-chairs, 1962-2008 (Incomplete!)

Norma Keil 1962-65 Margarett Campbell as of 2008

Members of Democratic National Committee, 1912-2008 (Incomplete!)

J. Bruce Kremer as of 1912-29 Mrs. R. R. Purcell 1920 Mrs. J. S. M. Neill as of 1929 Edith Battey as of 1939 O. S. Warden as of 1939-40 Mrs. W. W. Hamilton 1940 Leif Erickson as of 1962-73 Norma Keil as of 1970 Jean Lemire Dahlman as of 2004-08 Carol Juneau as of 2004 Bob Ream as of 2004 Ed Tinsley as of 2004-08 John Melcher as of 2008

Democratic state party secretaries, 1937 (Incomplete!)

Sam B. Winn as of 1937

Members of Democratic State Committee, 1958-64 (Incomplete!)

Norma Keil 1958-64

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