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Kansas Republican Party offices

Index of Politicians by Party Office Held

State Party Officers:

Kansas Delegates to Republican National Conventions: very incomplete!

Kansas Republican Party County Chairs: very incomplete!

Allen - Anderson - Atchison - Barber - Barton - Bourbon - Brown - Butler - Chase - Chautauqua - Cherokee - Cheyenne - Clark - Clay - Cloud - Coffey - Comanche - Cowley - Crawford - Decatur - Dickinson - Doniphan - Douglas - Edwards - Elk - Ellis - Ellsworth - Finney - Ford - Franklin - Geary - Gove - Graham - Grant - Gray - Greeley - Greenwood - Hamilton - Harper - Harvey - Haskell - Hodgeman - Jackson - Jefferson - Jewell - Johnson - Kearny - Kingman - Kiowa - Labette - Lane - Leavenworth - Lincoln - Linn - Logan - Lyon - Marion - Marshall - McPherson - Meade - Miami - Mitchell - Montgomery - Morris - Morton - Nemaha - Neosho - Ness - Norton - Osage - Osborne - Ottawa - Pawnee - Phillips - Pottawatomie - Pratt - Rawlins - Reno - Republic - Rice - Riley - Rooks - Rush - Russell - Saline - Scott - Sedgwick - Seward - Shawnee - Sheridan - Sherman - Smith - Stafford - Stanton - Stevens - Sumner - Thomas - Trego - Wabaunsee - Wallace - Washington - Wichita - Wilson - Woodson - Wyandotte


Republican state chairs, 1896-2012 (Incomplete!)

Cyrus Leland, Jr. as of 1896 Walter Roscoe Stubbs 1904-08 J. L. Stryker as of 1925 John D. M. Hamilton 1930-32 Frank Carlson 1932-34 Frank G. Todd as of 1937 Walter S. Fees as of 1941 A. Harry Crane as of 1945 Walter S. Fees as of 1946-48 Lloyd H. Ruppenthal as of 1955 James V. Pratt as of 1958 James B. Pearson 1960 Richard D. Rogers as of 1964 Mark V. Parkinson 1999-2003 Kris Kobach as of 2008 Amanda Adkins as of 2012

Republican state vice-chairs, 1934-37 (Incomplete!)

Frederick Andrew Seaton 1934-37

Members of Republican National Committee, 1866-2012 (Incomplete!)

Samuel Johnson Crawford 1866-68 John A. Martin 1868-70 Samuel C. Pomeroy 1870-72 John A. Martin 1872- Cyrus Leland, Jr. as of 1896 David W. Mulvane 1900-12 F. S. Stanley 1912 David W. Mulvane 1920-24 Mrs. R. R. Bittman 1924 John D. M. Hamilton 1932-40 Mrs. Ralph A. Harris 1936-40 Harry Darby as of 1940-64 Steve Cloud as of 2008 Alicia Salisbury as of 2008 Todd Tiahrt as of 2012 Helen van Etten as of 2012

Republican state party secretaries, 1894-1937 (Incomplete!)

Joseph L. Bristow 1894-98 Cloyed H. Bailey as of 1937

Members of Republican State Central Committee, 1898 (Incomplete!)

David W. Mulvane as of 1898

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