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Florida Delegation to the
1968 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
H. Loy Anderson, Jr., West Palm Beach - James W. Anderson, Hialeah - Annette Baker, Clearwater - Mrs. A. K. Black, Lake City - Mrs. Burnett Bloodworth, Fort Myers - Mrs. S. W. Boyd, Sr., Pensacola - C. Farris Bryant, Jacksonville - Haydon Burns, Jacksonville - Carolyn B. Callahan, Tallahassee - Floyd T. Christian, Tallahassee - Doyle Conner, Tallahassee - Carol B. Courshon, Miami Beach - Ann M. Cramer, Miramar - E. William Crotty, Daytona Beach - Laurel A. Dagnon, Clearwater - G. M. Davis, Fort Lauderdale - Ira P. Davis, Miami - Louis de la Parte, Jr., Tampa - Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., Tallahassee - Don Fuqua, Altha - Ronni Garfield, North Miami - Donald S. Genung, Clearwater - Sam M. Gibbons, Tampa - Juanita M. Gibson, Tallahassee - Ruth T. Godwin, Walnut Hill - Mrs. Warren M. Goodrich, Bradenton - Ben H. Griffin, Jr., Frostproof - Charlie Harris, Miami - Mrs. Basil Heatter, Miami Beach - Mrs. George L. Hollahan, Jr., Coral Gables - Spessard L. Holland, Bartow - Beth Johnson, Orlando - John B. Kelley, Miami - Mattie M. Kelly, Destin - Nancy Mahon, Jacksonville - Elvin Martinez, Tampa - Mrs. John E. Mathews, Jr., Jacksonville - Christine Maxwell, Tallahassee - William T. Mayo, Tallahassee - Jeanne McElmurray, Sarasota - Mrs. Anthony Ninos, Cocoa - Phil D. O'Connell, West Palm Beach - Kenneth Oka, Miami Beach - Fae B. Owles, Winter Park - Melva J. Perkins, Orlando - Robert C. Petree, Maitland - Mrs. Ben Rawlins, Plant City - Sheila O. Roberts, Sanford - Elliott Roosevelt, Miami Beach - Robert C. Shepherd, Plant City - George A. Smathers, Miami - H. K. Smith, Jacksonville - Robert L. Smith, West Palm Beach - Hazel Talley, St. Petersburg - Pat Thomas - Ralph D. Turlington, Gainesville - Willam S. Turnbull, Orlando - David E. Ward, Tampa - Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub, Miami - Ada C. Williams, Fort Pierce - Broward Williams, Tallahassee - De Vane Williams, Bonifay - Florence P. Williams, Coral Gables

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Nancy Adams, Coconut Grove, Miami - Betty Allen, West Palm Beach - William E. Allison, St. Petersburg - Mrs. Richard Arnold, Panama City - Anne Bohanan, West Palm Beach - Alan S. Boyd, Washington, D.C. - Mollie Brilliant, Miami - Pamela Clark, Miami - Margaret H. Cobbe, Gulfport - A. D. Davis, Jacksonville - Sophia Englander, Miami Beach - Earl Faircloth - Dante B. Fascell, Miami - Mildred Taylor Feller, La Belle - Chester Ferguson, Tampa - Richard Fincher, Miami - Mrs. Adrian Fletcher, Greensboro - Robert Florio, Tampa - Robert W. Fokes, Tallahassee - Eloise Forbes, Jacksonville - Bobbie A. Gant, Kissimmee - Mrs. Lex Green, Starke - Harold Greene, Miami - Charles Hadley, Miami - Mrs. M. Louis Hall, Jr., Coral Gables - Mrs. Louis Hill, Tallahassee - Evelyn Holland, Miami - John Keegan, North Miami Beach - Mrs. Bill Kirk, Sanford - Henry Kramer, Jacksonville - James W. Kynes, Tampa - Edward Lauth, Miami Shores - Mrs. Robert M. Lee, Fort Myers - Jim Lumkins, Jacksonville - Hal Y. Maines, Lake Butler - Wilda Martin, Tampa - Mrs. Raymond Mason, Jacksonville - Carey Matthews, Miami - Ray Mattox, Winter Haven - Alice McMahon, Maitland - Alan Milledge, Miami - Barbara Miner, Coral Gables - Wilson Minger, Panama City - Claude Pepper, Miami - Morton J. Perlin, Hollywood - Paul G. Rogers, West Palm Beach - Harvie Ruvin, North Bay Village - Peg Shaw, Daytona Beach - Skip Shepard, Miami - Guy Spicola, Tampa - Lucille Stello, Tallahassee - Mrs. John H. Tatum, Fort Walton Beach - Mrs. Herman Terry, Jacksonville - Art Tiernam, Hallandale - Hank Watson, Fort Lauderdale - Howard Wetherell, Daytona Beach - J. Edwin White, Tallahassee - Mrs. J. T. Williams, Jr., Tallahassee - Mrs. J. Y. Wilson, Lake City

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