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Texas Delegation to the
1964 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
M. J. Anderson, Austin - H. A. 'Hub' Baker, Somerville - Perry R. Bass, Fort Worth - W. H. Bauer, Port Lavaca - Lindley Beckworth, Gladewater - William D. Bonilla, Corpus Christi - Mrs. Roland Boyd, McKinney - Ben Brock, New Braunfels - Warner F. Brock, Houston - Jack B. Brooks, Beaumont - Claude W. Brown, McCamey - David H. Brown, Sherman - Claudia M. Brummett, Amarillo - M. D. Bryant, San Angelo - Raymond E. Buck, Fort Worth - Lucius Bunton, Odessa - Omar Burleson, Anson - Leslie G. Burnett, Austin - Cecil E. Burney, Corpus Christi - Martin Burns, Houston - Emery B. Camp, Cameron - R. A. Carpenter, Comanche - Waggoner Carr - Cliff Cassidy, Dallas - R. E. Chambers, Wichita Falls - William H. Clark III, Dallas - John B. Connally - Merrill L. Connally, Floresville - Ted Connell, Killeen - Leighton Cornett, Paris - George W. Cowart, Nederland - William H. Crook, San Marcos - John H. Crooker, Jr., Houston - Price Daniel, Liberty - Will D. Davis, Austin - E. 'Kika' de la Garza, Mission - J. M. Dellinger, Corpus Christi - Seaborn Eastland, Jr., Houston - Frank C. Erwin, Jr., Austin - Ernest C. Estelle, Dallas - Kate R. Estes, Trenton - Glenn H. Flinn, Tyler - Sam Fore, Jr., Floresville - H. E. Frizzell, Lockney - Paul M. Fulks, Sr., Wolfe City - Blake Gillen, Austin - Drew Gillen, Blooming Grove - Henry B. Gonzalez, San Antonio - John Gray, Dallas - Horace D. Grogan, Conroe - John Hancock, El Campo - Fred Hartman, Baytown - William W. Heath - Charles Herring, Austin - Robert W. Hervey, Houston - D. W. Hicks, Bandera - John L. Hill, Houston - James W. Holbrook, Dallas - Rhea Howard, Wichita Falls - J. Ed Johnson, Brownwood - Abraham Kazen, Jr., Laredo - Jim Langdon, Austin - Mrs. R. H. Laschinger, Gilmer - Zac Lentz, Victoria - Eugene M. Locke, Dallas - J. C. Looney, Edinburg - George H. Mahon, Lubbock - J. C. Martin, Jr., Laredo - John B. McDuff, Crockett - George Moffett, Chillicothe - H. A. Moon, Dallas - Henry W. Moursund, Johnson City - W. R. Murphy, Mexia - Virgil Musick, Abilene - Alfred W. Negley, San Antonio - George Nokes, Waco - Wright Patman, Texarkana - John Peace, San Antonio - Ray Pearson, El Paso - Jimmy Phillips, Angleton - William S. Potts, Fort Worth - Graham Purcell, Jr. - Ben Ramsey, Austin - Mary Rather, Hillsboro - Sam Richarson, Lamesa - Walter Rogers, Pampa - Joseph A. Scott, Jr., San Antonio - Borden Seaberry, Weatherford - Grover Sellers, Sulphur Springs - W. P. Sexton, Orange - John V. Singleton, Jr., Houston - Jack Skaggs, Harlingen - Carlton J. Smith, Waco - Jim Smith, Sr., Amarillo - Preston Smith, Austin - M. M. Stripling, Nacogdoches - Jay Taylor, Amarillo - Olin E. Teague, College Station - Arthur Temple, Jr., Diboll - Charles C. Thompson, Colorado City - Clark W. Thompson, Galveston - W. O. Tidmon, Baytown - Lewis R. Timberlake, Austin - Byron M. Tunnell - Roy Vanya, Houston - W. Marvin Watson, Daingerfield - C. O. White, Houston - John C. White - S. B. Whittenburg, Amarillo - Gaston H. Wilder, Jr., Beaumont - A. Murat Willis, Jr., Longview - Hoyt G. Wilson, Lake Dallas - Halbert O. Woodward, Coleman - Jim Wright, Jr., Fort Worth - O. C. Yancy, Fort Worth - Ralph W. Yarborough, Austin - Joe C. Yarbrough, El Paso - Mrs. Harold Young, Odessa - John Young, Corpus Christi

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Carroll Abbott, Kerrville - Delbert O. Adams, Hurst - A. G. Ainsworth, Luling - Joseph L. Albritton, Houston - Alvin R. Allison, Levelland - Thomas D. Armstrong, Galveston - Edgar L. Ball, Houston - George Barron, Yoakum - Mrs. W. D. Bebout, Lake Jackson - Warren S. Bellows, Jr., Houston - H. J. Blanchard, Lubbock - Grace Boaz, Jacksboro - Max Boyer, Perryton - Mrs. R. Max Brooks, Austin - R. H. Brown, Hartley - H. H. Coffield, Rockdale - Mrs. J. Pickens Coleman, Wichita Falls - Julia Ann Cowden, Alvarado - O. R. Crawford, Jasper - C. L. Curlee, Van - Willard Deason, Austin - Franklin W. Denius, Austin - Sybil Dickinson, Austin - William C. Donnell, Marathon - R. F. Downey, Bryan - Efrain A. Duran, Rio Grande City - W. D. Faulkner, Pecos - Harlan D. Friend, Liberty - W. N. Furey, Mt. Pleasant - Donald H. Glover, Port Arthur - Paul Goode, Killeen - M. A. Graham, Houston - Jim Griffin, McAllen - Ralph M. Hall, Rockwall - William E. Hart, Athens - Forest T. Henry, Houston - Mrs. Ray Hicks, Waco - Luther Holcomb, Dallas - Mrs. Roscoe Hopper, Ranger - Calloway Huffaker, Tahoka - John J. Ingram, Falfurrias - J. Rupert Jackson, Baird - Randall C. Jackson, Abilene - E. Jake Jacobson, Austin - Ben Johnson, Tyler - Jerome Jones, Texas City - J. E. Junker, Rosenberg - Herbert D. Kelleher, San Antonio - James H. Kelley, Stamford - Dee J. Kelly, Fort Worth - Peter J. LaValle, Texas City - Allan Maley, Jr., Dallas - Jim Markgraf, Scurry - Frank W. Mayborn, Temple - Ray McCauley, Fort Worth - Tom McCrummen, Jr., Austin - Ralph H. McCullough, Houston - A. B. McGinty, Houston - John G. McMillian, Midland - W. T. Moore, Bryan - Charles Neblett, Jr., Stephenville - Mrs. S. E. Newman, Kenedy - Jim Novy, Austin - Will Odom, Austin - Frank C. Oltorf, Marlin - Crawford Parker, Jr., Carthage - Harvey A. Parker, Port Arthur - R. H. Parker, Bay City - Archer Parr, San Diego - Neville Penrose, Fort Worth - Marcella Perry, Pasadena - Carl L. Phinney, Dallas - R. Marvin Pierce, Wichita Falls - Groner Pitts, Brownwood - Henry M. Rabun, Dallas - Wallace C. Reilly, Dallas - Howard V. Rose, Jr., Midland - Harry J. Schulz, Three Rivers - A. C. Schwethelm, Comfort - Mrs. Wallace Scott, Jr., Austin - J. Robert Sheehy, Waco - John Ben Shepperd, Odessa - Chester V. Smith, Austin - Dave Smith, Austin - Harry Smith, Dallas - Leroy W. Smith, San Antonio - Mrs. John Steen, San Antonio - W. E. Stone, Sr., Jacksonville - Robert S. Strauss, Dallas - Ed A. Stumpf, Houston - Richard B. Tierney, Houston - Arch S. Underwood, Lubbock - Thomas C. Unis, Dallas - Cliff Varnon, Texarkana - Jim Ward, Houston - John M. Wehby, Taylor - Clyde Wells, Granbury

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