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"General Chairman" versus "National Chairman"
Christopher J. Dodd and Donald Fowler served as co-chairs from 1995-1997, with the respective titles of "General Chairman" and "National Chairman". The General Chair served as spokesperson, and the National Chair handled operations. Steven Grossman was National Chairman from 1997-1999, while Roy Romer was General Chairman. Joe Andrew served as National Chairman from 1999-2001, while Edward G. Rendell served as General Chairman. The two-chair system was discontinued in 2001 when Terry McAuliffe was elected chair.
You know, this box could be a lot more user friendly if it was split up. I think an independent box just for the conventions, or just for states might be advisable, so someone looking for more specified information wouldn't have to deal with the big feature taking up half the page in some circumstances.