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Minnesota Delegation to the
1976 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Betty Adkins, St. Michael - Kitty Alcott, Hopkins - Ray J. Anderson, Detroit Lakes - Lurline Baker, Duluth - Charlotte Bates, Minneapolis - Robert Beaudin, Duluth - Edward Benson, Appleton - Barney Bischoff, Hibbing - John E. Boland, St. Paul - Lynn Bolnick, Brooklyn Center - Shirley Bonine, Maple Plain - Warren Bradbury, St. Cloud - Don Bye, Duluth - Paula Campbell, Cottage Grove - Bob Casserly, St. Louis Park - Cathy Clardy, Burnsville - Erma Craven, Minneapolis - Willis Croonquist, Willmar - Sandy DiBrito, Perham - Linda Donaldson, Minneapolis - Gary Dusing, Park Rapids - Bob Edel, Winona - Dan Erhart, Anoka - Martha Firling, Duluth - Carol Flynn, Minneapolis - John D. French, Minneapolis - Alice Gibson, Cottage Grove - Judy Healey, Minneapolis - Mary Ann Hecht, St. Paul - Ray Hemenway, Albert Lea - Mae Isaacson, New York Mills - Stella Jensen, Elkton - Daryl Johnson, Winthrop - Thomas A. Kelm, Chaska - Cynthia Kitlinski, Coon Rapids - Mary Ann Kuharski, Minneapolis - Leo LaLonde, Aurora - M. Eprevel Law, Minneapolis - Earl Liljegren, Duluth - Marjorie Loeffler, Minnetonka - B. J. Mahling, Little Falls - Mark P. Mahon, Bloomington - John C. Massmann, St. Cloud - Terry Montgomery, Sauk Rapids - Gordon Nelson, Minneapolis - Eugene Neuman, Minneapolis - Norma Noonan, Bloomington - Don Ostrom, St. Peter - Kevin Powers, Maplewood - Mary Prior, St. Paul - Jeri Rasmussen, Shoreview - David Roe, Medicine Lake - Richard Rud, Rochester - Frank Schneider, St. Paul - Alpha Smaby, Minneapolis - Ed Soshnik, Maple Plain - John Suel, Shakopee - Leo Sullivan, Belle Plaine - Norvin Swager, Stillwater - Sam Verdeja, St. Paul - Janet Ward, Arco - Harvey Weaver, Babbitt - Steve Wenzel, Little Falls - Harold Windingstad, Dawson - Donald Wozniak, St. Paul

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Joseph Adderly, Shoreview - Gordon Anderson, Richfield - Irvin N. Anderson, International Falls - Geoffrey Andres, Robbinsdale - Thomas Baker, Minneapolis - Carol Bartels, Ironton - Herbert W. Bergson, Duluth - Norby Blake, Minneapolis - Maurice Brule, Crookston - Gary Cerkvenik, Mountain Iron - Pat Cragoe, Jordan - Jed Dannenbaum, Northfield - Jean Drucker, St. Paul - Merry Elg, Minneapolis - Bob Ferguson, Eagan - Cheryl Furrer, St. Paul - Lois Gibson, Minneapolis - Alvin Hall, Ely - J. Buford Johnson, St. Cloud - Nellie Stone Johnson, Minneapolis - Janet Kampf, Maplewood - Mary Kearney, Savage - Orville Knutson, Windom - Anna Lawler, Mendota Heights - Shirley Lerom, Rochester - Bill Lester, Oakdale - John Lund, Brooklyn Center - Colleen Nardone, Grand Rapids - Marian Nemeth, Elk River - John S. Nubel, Mankato - Fiori Palarine, St. Paul - Ora Lee Patterson, St. Paul - John Poupart, Minneapolis - Lorrie Rapoport, St. Louis Park - Judith Reinert, Garvin - Frank Rodriguez, St. Paul - Floyd Rudy, Esko - Thomas Ryan, Pine City - Roberta Schneider, Shakopee - Jo Schriber, Grand Rapids - Russell Stanton, Arco - Jerry Sullivan, Morton - Leo Tibesar, St. Paul - Clinton Wyant, Aitkin - Josephine Zak, Little Falls

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