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Charles Dewey Hilles (June 23, 1867 – August 27, 1949) was a politician from the U. S. state of New York.

Hilles was born in Belmont County, Ohio to Samuel and Elizabeth (Lee) Hilles. In 1896 he married Dollie Bell Whiley. He was also a member of Loyal Legion and the Republican Party .

Hilles served as the private secretary to U. S. President William H. Taft from 1911-12. He then served as chairman of the Republican National Committee from 1912-16. He was a New York delegate to the Republican National Convention’s of 1916, 1920, 1924, 1928, 1932 and 1940. He served as a regular member of the RNC from New York 1924-38. In 1933 he was a delegate to the New York convention to ratify the 21st Amendment which ended prohibition.

In 1949 Hilles suffered a stroke and died two months later in Speonk, New York. His wife also died the same year. His remains were cremated.

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Party political offices
Preceded by
Victor Rosewater
Chairman of the Republican National Committee
1912-1916
Succeeded by
William R. Willcox
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