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Alabama Delegation to the
1996 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Mary Jane Akel, Montgomery - Sally Albright, Tuscaloosa - Jane Alexander, Auburn - Glenn Allen, Montgomery - Richard Arrington, Jr., Birmingham - M. W. Bagby, Pinson - Elizabeth Battle, Huntsville - Lucy Baxley, Montgomery - William J. Baxley, Birmingham - William A. Bell, Birmingham - Jim Bennett - Tom Bevill - Eddie Blakenship, Birmingham - Nancy Blount, Montgomery - Barbara J. Bobo, Millport - Barbara B. Boyd, Anniston - Glen Browder - Barbara Bryant, Gadsden - Dale M. Bryant, Selma - Stewart Burkhalter, Birmingham - Amy Burks, Decatur - Rex G. Cheatham, Decatur - William Clark, Prichard - George H. Clay, Tuskegee - Gladys T. Coleman, Fairfield - Sallie B. Cook, Holt - Bud Cramer - Carolyn Davis, Birmingham - Natalie Davis, Birmingham - Tyna D. Davis, Montgomery - Warren Davis, Montgomery - Tom Drake II, Cullman - Pat Edington, Mobile - Ernestine Elliott, Decatur - Michael A. Figures, Mobile - Vivian Figures, Mobile - Johnny Ford, Tuskegee - Betty Green, Town Creek - Ken Guin, Carbon Hill - Laura Hall, Huntsville - Howell T. Heflin, Tuscumbia - Tillman Hill, Huntsville - Earl F. Hilliard - John Hilliard, Birmingham - Alvin Holmes, Montgomery - Barbara A. Howard, Tuskegee - Amy Hubbard, Montgomery - Bobby Junkins, Rainbow City - Yvonne Kennedy, Mobile - Lynda Malone, Grove Hill - E. B. McClain, Brighton - Bobbie Greene McDowell, Bessemer - Jack Page, Gadsden - Patsy Boyd Parker, Opelika - Jimmy Pool, Montgomery - Joe L. Reed, Montgomery - Sheron J. Rose, Dothan - John D. Saxon, Birmingham - Don Siegelman, Montgomery - Darryl R. Sinkfield, Montgomery - Teresa Smiley, Hayden - Carole Smitherman, Birmingham - Joe Turnham, Birmingham - Frankye H. Underwood, Jasper - Carole W. Vandiver, Montgomery - Nancy L. Worley, New Hope

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Steve Adkins, Cordova - Albert Bell, Talladega - Valvier H. Bright, Montgomery - Clint Brown, Decatur - Helen J. Carter, Birmingham - Brian Clemmons, Birmingham - Adell Flanagan Hall, Prichard - Richard J. Lindsey - Sally B. Rodgers, Trussville

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