John C. Hedges

John Hedges was born around 1942.  In 1971, he was a stockbroker,  medical geneticist, and a Methodist pastor.  He was a broad gauge Prohibitionist.

John Hedges was first elected to the Massachusetts state committee in 1963.  He was third vice-president and in charge of youth work.  He attended the 1971 convention, but told Jim Hedges (no relation) that he was unhappy with Earl Dodge’s stewardship and soon thereafter dropped out of the Prohibition Party.