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New Hampshire Republican Party offices

Index of Politicians by Party Office Held

State Party Officers:

New Hampshire Delegates to Republican National Conventions: very incomplete!

Republican state chairs, 1860-2016 (Incomplete!)

Nehemiah G. Ordway as of 1860 Jacob H. Gallinger as of 1882-90 Jacob H. Gallinger as of 1898-1907 Jesse M. Barton as of 1912-16 Dwight Hall 1914-24 Benjamin Worcester as of 1925 James C. Farmer as of 1937 William J. Britton as of 1939 Harold K. Davison 1943-44 Ansel N. Sanborn as of 1945 William W. Treat as of 1957-58 William C. King as of 1964 Jennifer Horn as of 2016

Republican state vice-chairs, 1939-57 (Incomplete!)

Alfred J. Chretien as of 1939 George W. Conway as of 1939 James C. Farmer as of 1939 Myra B. Pulsifer as of 1939 Robert W. Upton as of 1939 Robert E. Allard as of 1957 Elsie M. Brown as of 1957 Raymond K. Perkins as of 1957 Doris M. Spollett as of 1957 Robert W. Upton as of 1957

Members of Republican National Committee, 1856-2016 (Incomplete!)

George G. Fogg 1856-60 John B. Clarke 1866-68 William E. Chandler 1868-70 William E. Chandler 1872- Person C. Cheney as of 1888-1900 Jacob H. Gallinger as of 1902-04 Frank S. Streeter as of 1904 Fred W. Estabrook as of 1908-24 Mrs. J. G. M. Glessner 1924 Robert P. Burroughs as of 1932-40 Nellie D. Parker 1932 Esther H. Toland 1936-48 Richard F. Cooper as of 1957 Norma S. Currier as of 1957 Perkins Bass 1964- Robert P. Bass, Jr. 1970-73 Juliana Bergeron as of 2016 Stephen Duprey as of 2016

Republican state party secretaries, 1882-1957 (Incomplete!)

Frank D. Currier 1882-90 Thomas Fellows Clifford as of 1900-04 Nazaire E. Biron as of 1937 Jacob M. Shulins as of 1939 Lillian Ross as of 1957

Republican state party treasurers, 1892-1957 (Incomplete!)

William F. Thayer as of 1892-1909 Frank E. Kennett as of 1939 Edward A. Brazil as of 1957

Members of Republican State Committee, 1886-1944 (Incomplete!)

Willis G. Buxton 1886-1902 Esther H. Toland 1932-44

Members of Republican State Executive Committee, 1880-1949 (Incomplete!)

Edward G. Leach 1880-1909 Chester W. Jenks as of 1949

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