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New Jersey Republican Party offices

Index of Politicians by Party Office Held

State Party Officers:

New Jersey Delegates to Republican National Conventions: very incomplete!

New Jersey Republican Party County Chairs: very incomplete!

Atlantic - Bergen - Burlington - Camden - Cape May - Cumberland - Essex - Gloucester - Hudson - Hunterdon - Mercer - Middlesex - Monmouth - Morris - Ocean - Passaic - Salem - Somerset - Sussex - Union - Warren

Republican state chairs, 1925-2012 (Incomplete!)

Edward C. Stokes as of 1925 E. Bertram Mott as of 1931 Henry W. Jeffers as of 1937 H. Alexander Smith as of 1941-43 Lloyd B. Marsh as of 1945 Samuel L. Bodine as of 1958 Carl Erdman 1958-61 Charles R. Erdman, Jr. 1958-61 Webster B. Todd 1961-69 Nelson G. Gross 1969 John J. Spoltore 1973 Webster B. Todd 1974-77 David F. Norcross 1977 Frank B. Holman 1985-87 Bob Franks as of 1988-92 Garabed Haytaian as of 2000 Tom Wilson as of 2008 Samuel S. Raia 2012

Republican state vice-chairs, 1934-76 (Incomplete!)

Edward T. Moore 1934-39 T. Millet Hand as of 1941-44 Ann D. Flynn as of 1976

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

Marcus L. Ward 1866-68 James Gopsill 1868-72 Alexander G. Cattell 1872- Garret A. Hobart 1884-96 Franklin Murphy as of 1904-12 Hamilton F. Kean 1919-28 Mrs. Lewis S. Thompson 1924 Edna B. Conklin 1932-40 Daniel E. Pomeroy as of 1932-40 Pearl M. Bridegum as of 1940 H. Alexander Smith as of 1942-44 Guy G. Gabrielson 1944-52 Kate Prentice Schley 1944-49 Eleanor Schley Todd 1953-61 Bernard M. Shanley 1960-64 Bernard M. Shanley 1968-92 Katherine K. Neuberger as of 1976 Judith H. Stanley as of 2000 Virginia Haines as of 2008-12 David F. Norcross as of 2008

Republican state party secretaries, 1908-76 (Incomplete!)

Edward W. Gray 1908-13 Mayme Cresse as of 1937 Emma Walker as of 1976

Republican state party treasurers, 1934-76 (Incomplete!)

H. Alexander Smith as of 1934-41 Joseph A. Bower 1943 Webster B. Todd 1943 Robert D. Jones as of 1976

Members of Republican State Committee, 1884-2000 (Incomplete!)

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