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New York Republican Party offices

Index of Politicians by Party Office Held

State Party Officers:

New York Delegates to Republican National Conventions: very incomplete!

New York Republican Party County Chairs: very incomplete!

Albany - Allegany - Bronx - Broome - Cattaraugus - Cayuga - Chautauqua - Chemung - Chenango - Clinton - Columbia - Cortland - Delaware - Dutchess - Erie - Essex - Franklin - Fulton - Genesee - Greene - Hamilton - Herkimer - Jefferson - Kings - Lewis - Livingston - Madison - Monroe - Montgomery - Nassau - New York - Niagara - Oneida - Onondaga - Ontario - Orange - Orleans - Oswego - Otsego - Putnam - Queens - Rensselaer - Richmond - Rockland - SAINT Lawrence - Saratoga - Schenectady - Schoharie - Schuyler - Seneca - Steuben - Suffolk - Sullivan - Tioga - Tompkins - Ulster - Warren - Washington - Wayne - Westchester - Wyoming - Yates

Republican state chairs, 1856-2009 (Incomplete!)

Edwin D. Morgan 1856-58 James Kelly 1858-60 Simeon Draper 1860-62 Henry R. Low 1862-63 Charles Jones 1863-65 William R. Stewart 1865-66 Hamilton Harris 1866-70 Alonzo B. Cornell 1870-74 Edwin D. Morgan 1874-75 Alonzo B. Cornell 1875-77 John F. Smyth 1877-78 Alonzo B. Cornell 1878-79 Chester A. Arthur 1879-81 B. Platt Carpenter 1881-82 John F. Smyth 1882-83 James D. Warren 1883-85 Chester S. Cole 1885-87 Cornelius N. Bliss 1887-89 John N. Knapp 1889-91 William Brookfield 1891-94 Charles W. Hackett 1894-98 Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. 1898-1900 George W. Dunn 1900-04 Benjamin B. Odell, Jr. 1904-06 Timothy L. Woodruff 1906-10 Ezra P. Prentice 1910-11 William Barnes, Jr. 1911-14 Fred C. Tanner 1914-17 George A. Glynn 1917-22 George K. Morris 1922-28 H. Edmund Machold 1928-29 William J. Maier 1929-30 W. Kingsland Macy 1930-34 Melvin C. Eaton 1934-36 William S. Murray 1936-40 Edwin F. Jaeckle 1940-44 Glen R. Bedenkapp 1945-49 William L. Pfeiffer 1949-53 Dean P. Taylor 1953-54 L. Judson Morhouse as of 1958 Fred A. Young as of 1963-64 Richard M. Rosenbaum as of 1977 Joseph N. Mondello 2006-09

Republican state vice-chairs, 1945-63 (Incomplete!)

Jane H. Todd as of 1945-48 Wilma C. Rogalin as of 1963

Members of Republican National Committee, 1866-2008 (Incomplete!)

Horace Greeley as of 1866-70 Edwin D. Morgan 1872- Frederick S. Gibbs as of 1896-1903 William L. Ward as of 1908-11 William Barnes, Jr. 1912-16 Herbert Parsons 1916-20 Charles D. Hilles 1920-38 Mrs. Charles H. Sabin 1924-28 Ruth Baker Pratt 1929-43 J. Russel Sprague as of 1940-48 Jessica McCullough Weis as of 1944-63 George L. Hinman as of 1959-77 Dorothy B. McHugh as of 1963 Fred A. Young as of 1963-64 Joseph N. Mondello 1992-2004 Sandy Treadwell as of 2008 Jennifer Saul Yaffa as of 2008

Republican state party secretaries, 1906-63 (Incomplete!)

Lafayette B. Gleason 1906-37 Katherine Kennedy Tracey as of 1945 Niles R. Becker as of 1948 Lyle W. Hornbeck as of 1963

Republican state party treasurers, 1945-63 (Incomplete!)

Richard W. Lawrence as of 1945-48 William L. Pfeiffer as of 1963

Republican state party assistant secretaries, 1922 (Incomplete!)

George W. Perkins as of 1922

Members of Republican State Central Committee, 1968 (Incomplete!)

Perry B. Duryea, Jr. as of 1968

Members of Republican State Committee, 1884-1973 (Incomplete!)

Members of Republican State Executive Committee, 1888-1989 (Incomplete!)

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