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George M. Palmer

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George M. Palmer (1895)
George M. Palmer (1895)

George M. Palmer (born September 20, 1857) was an American lawyer and politician from New York.

Life

He was born on September 20, 1857,[1] in Richmondville, Schoharie County, New York, the son of James Palmer (died 1906).[2] He attended the public schools, and graduated from the State Normal College in 1877. He studied law, was admitted to the bar in 1882, and practiced law in Cobleskill.[3]

Palmer was a member of the New York State Assembly (Schoharie Co.) in 1897, 1898 and 1899; and was Minority Leader in 1899.

He was again a member of the State Assembly in 1902, 1903, 1904, 1905 and 1906; and was Minority Leader from 1902 to 1906. On July 14, 1906, he married Mary Corry.[4] On October 2, 1906, he ran for re-nomination but, because of his opposition to William Randolph Hearst, Palmer was defeated at the Democratic county convention by Charles H. Holmes.[5]

Palmer was again a member of the State Assembly in 1908; and was Minority Leader. At the New York state election, 1908, he ran on the Democratic ticket for New York Attorney General, but was defeated by Republican Edward R. O'Malley.

On February 16, 1912, Palmer was elected as Chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee.[6] On January 30, 1914, Palmer denied that he would step down as State Chairman.[7] On February 19, he announced his resignation, to take effect on March 2 when William Church Osborn should be elected as his successor. At the same time he stated that he expected to be appointed as Counsel to the New York State Workmen's Compensation Commission.[8] The deal fell through when on August 13, 1914, Jeremiah F. Connor was appointed as Counsel.[9]

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New York State Assembly
Preceded by
David Enders
New York State Assembly
Schoharie County

1897–1899
Succeeded by
Daniel D. Frisbie
Preceded by
Daniel D. Frisbie
New York State Assembly
Schoharie County

1902–1906
Succeeded by
Charles H. Holmes
Preceded by
Charles H. Holmes
New York State Assembly
Schoharie County

1908
Succeeded by
Daniel D. Frisbie
Political offices
Preceded by
Thomas F. Donnelly
Minority Leader in the New York State Assembly
1899
Succeeded by
J. Franklin Barnes
Preceded by
Daniel D. Frisbie
Minority Leader in the New York State Assembly
1902–1906
Succeeded by
James Oliver
Preceded by
James Oliver
Minority Leader in the New York State Assembly
1908
Succeeded by
Daniel D. Frisbie
Party political offices
Preceded by
Norman E. Mack
Chairman of the New York State Democratic Committee
1912–1914
Succeeded by
William Church Osborn
This page was last edited on 13 June 2018, at 19:32
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