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Ohio Delegation to the
1964 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Hugo Alexander, Steubenville - Douglas Applegate, Steubenville - Thomas L. Ashley, Waterville - John Ayers, Murray City - Charles L. Babcock, Canton - Ilse Bachman, Malta - Joseph W. Bartunek, Shaker Heights - Vincent H. Beckman, Jr., Cincinnati - James H. Bell, Cleveland - Robert D. Bollard, Columbus - Robert Bond, Pleasant Hill - Robert J. Bulkley, Bratenahl - Thomas A. Burke, Shaker Heights - John W. Bush, Portsmouth - William Cafaro, Hubbard - John Caren, Columbus - Donald S. Carmichael, Shaker Heights - Charles J. Carney, Youngstown - James M. Carney, Rocky River - Charles V. Carr, Cleveland - Anthony J. Celebrezze, Cleveland - Frank P. Celeste, Lakewood - John T. Corrigan, Fairview Park - Gaspare A. Corso, Cleveland Heights - Ermine Croskey, Carrollton - James Day, Parma - Michael V. DiSalle, Toledo - Gertrude Donahey, Alliance - Henry J. Donnell, Antwerp - Dan W. Duffy, Cleveland - Mildred Durbin, Kenton - Anne K. Eaton, Northfield - John E. Elder, Cleveland Heights - Thelma Ellwood, Cambridge - Edward O. Erickson, Akron - Michael A. Feighan, Cleveland - Thomas Ferguson, Columbus - Joseph W. Fichter, Oxford - Anthony B. Flask, Youngstown - John Fontana, Columbus - Louis Frey, Norwalk - Samuel R. Gerber, Cleveland - Edward C. Gingerich, Cincinnati - John Glenn, New Concord - Don R. Gosney, Columbiana - James Griffin, Youngstown - Eugene H. Hanhart, Dover - Wayne L. Hays, Flushing - Walter F. Heer, Columbus - Greg Holbrock, Hamilton - Robert Horstman, Dayton - Jonah Howells, Jr., Orrville - Nelson Humphrey, Ashtabula - John Johns, Canton - Herbert Jolovitz, Canton - David Kane, Dayton - John P. Kelly, Toledo - Robert Kerns, Bellefontaine - Kenneth R. Kerr, Athens - J. Grant Keys, Elyria - Laurence Kimble, Portsmouth - Francis W. King, Toledo - Milton Knoll, Coshocton - Albert Kolb, Franklin - Virtus Kruse, Leesburg - Robert Kuhn, Lima - Edward Lamb, Maumee - A. G. Lancione, Bellaire - Murray D. Lincoln, Gahanna - Joseph Link, Jr., Cincinnati - Ralph S. Locher, Cleveland - Dan Luffman, Akron - Thomas A. Luken, Cincinnati - Bernice MacKenzie, Canton - Margaret A. Mahoney, Cleveland Heights - Paul V. McDonough, Mt. Vernon - Mark McElroy, Cleveland - Frances McGovern, Akron - Mary E. McGowan, Akron - John McSweeney, Wooster - Harry R. Meredith, Lima - Howard M. Metzenbaum, Shaker Heights - Ray T. Miller, Jr., Cleveland Heights - Ray T. Miller, Shaker Heights - Americo W. Mininni, Columbus - Morton Neipp, Toledo - Monica Nolan, Cincinnati - George D. Nye, Waverly - Oliver Ocasek, Northfield - Frances Osborne, Pleasant Plain - Marguerite Parrish, Kettering - Warren Pate, Columbus - Esther F. Pinsky, Bellaire - Mary Plant, Akron - Kenneth Poole, Powell - Albert S. Porter, Pepper Pike - Frazier Reams, Jr., Toledo - Robert W. Reider, Port Clinton - Jack P. Russell, Cleveland - Jerry F. Ryan, Columbus - Joseph E. Sarosy, Painesville - Fridolin Schwartzmiller, Tiffin - Roy C. Scott, Beachwood - Maynard E. Sensenbrenner, Columbus - Joseph W. Shea, Jr., Norwood - James W. Shocknessy, Columbus - Raymond Spitler, Pleasantville - James Vincent Stanton, Cleveland - Rudy E. Stapleton, Swanton - Victor Stewart, Jr., Elyria - Paul E. Stockert, Farmersville - Edward Stowell, Toledo - John Strava, Thompson - Jack Sulligan, Youngstown - Robert E. Sweeney, Bay Village - John Taylor, Salem - O. L. Teagarden, Oak Harbor - Richard Thomas, Marietta - Lockwood Thompson, Cleveland - Russell Thompson, Columbus - Charles A. Vanik, Cleveland - Frank A. Vannelle, Bellaire - Herman Weiss, Cincinnati - Evelyn M. Welsh, Youngstown - John A. Wiethe, Cincinnati - Stephen M. Young, Cleveland

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Charles Barrell, Bowling Green - Frank Bennett, Marion - Mary Biehl, Marietta - John T. Bilinksi, Cleveland - Robert Booth, Tiffin - Frank Brennan, Cleveland - Mary Boyle Burns, Toledo - Anthony Calabrese, Cleveland - John Carney, Fairview - Catherine Carter, Cincinnati - Andrew W. Cherney, Hamilton - Allan Cohn, Toledo - Phil Collins, Cincinnati - John C. Cox, Youngstown - Thomas Davis, Cleveland - William P. Day, Shaker Heights - John DeRighter, Brecksville - Edward DeWine, Xenia - Robert M. Draper, Columbus - Arthur Elliott, Cincinnati - Vera Elliott, Canton - John Francis, Columbus - Thad Fusco, Cleveland - William E. Galvin, Toledo - Roland Gandy, Jr., Toledo - Zolton Gombos, Cleveland - Frank Gorman, Shaker Heights - George Green, Rocky River - Lee Howley, Vermilion - Frank Hutson, Jr., Washington Court House - Morton Icove, Shaker Heights - Cleveland Jackson, Cleveland - Karl Johnson, Cleveland - Angeline Karlinger, Cleveland - Helen B. Karpinski, Cleveland - Edward Katalinas, Cleveland - Ruth Keefe, Cincinnati - Harold Knapp, Dover - Herschel Kriger, Canton - Nelson Lancione, Columbus - Jessie Leahy, Cleveland - Robert W. Levering, Fredericktown - Mary K. Long, Cleveland - Ethel V. Lucas, Wauseon - Richard Maier, Fremont - Emil Masgay, Independence - E. W. Mastrangelo, Willoughby - Thomas Matia, Shaker Heights - Guy J. Mauro, Salem - James McGettrick, Rocky River - Harry McIlwain, Mariemont - C. Josef McLin, Sr., Dayton - Frank Miller, Mason - Bertha Moore, Akron - Randall Moss, Cincinnati - Raymond Motley, Hamilton - Joseph Mull, Brecksville - Mary Ellen Murphy, East Cleveland - Virgil Musser, Massillon - Mary G. Novak, Lakewood - Stephen Olenick, Youngstown - Hannah O'Malley, Lancaster - John Pilch, Cleveland - Gerald E. Radcliffe, Chillicothe - Maurice Rapport, East Liverpool - Leo Rattay, Beachwood - John Reed, Wilmington - Ysabel Rennie, Columbus - Ray Ross, Columbus - Russell Schneider, Loudonville - John C. Smith, Dayton - Myrna Smith, Kent - Henry W. Speeth, Cleveland - Thomas Spraul, Cincinnati - Marjorie Struna, Lima - Peter Swenty, Cincinnati - Thomas Talbot, Dayton - John Taylor, New Lexington - Thomas L. Terrell, Lakewood - Horace Tetlow, Canfield - Thomas Thomas, Akron - Robert D. Thompson, Loudonville - Paul Vakerics, Lorain - Harriette Vanca, Elyria - Robert E. Wallace, Columbus - Leo G. Walter, Akron - Darrell Wetzel, Greenville - Thomas Williams, Columbus - Willard Williams, Marion - George L. Willis, Cincinnati - Ernest Wingett, Racine - Earle E. Wise, Louisville - Martin C. Yerke, Columbus - E. B. Young, Athens

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