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Minnesota Delegation to the
1996 Democratic National Convention

Delegation chair: Skip Humphrey

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Cristine M. Almeida, St. Paul - James Alzheimer, Richville - Sally Anaya-Boyer, Cedar - Mark Andrew, Minneapolis - Chris Bates, New Hope - Sharon Sayles Belton, Minneapolis - Joseph Bester, Minneapolis - MiSoon Burzlaff, Maple Grove - Don Bye, Duluth - Jack Carstensen, Pipestone - Bobbi Cordano, St. Paul - Jim Dahling, Bellechester - Pat Davies, Mendota Heights - Melba Diaz, Minneapolis - Lyle Doerr, Coon Rapids - Jonette Engan, Willmar - Ken Foxworth, Eden Prairie - Tony Fragnito, Nashwauk - Kurt Franke, St. Cloud - Ben Fraser, Minneapolis - Edwina Garcia, Richfield - Ellen Goedtel, Faribault - Kay Brown Gustafson, Eagan - John P. W. Hall, Osseo - Rick Hansen, Inver Grove Heights - Grace Harkness, Minneapolis - William J. Having, Forest Lake - Stephanie Henriksen, Dundas - Skip Humphrey - Gail Huntley, Duluth - Debbie James, Edina - Todd M. Johnson, Lino Lakes - Fred Knudsen, Owatonna - Greg Knutson, Grove City - Thomas Koehler, Savage - Rosemary Kostick, Edina - Sherri Lessinger, Minneapolis - Sarah Lewerenz, Minneapolis - Catherine Zimmer Lokken, Maple Grove - Dee Long, Minneapolis - Audie Lussier, Minneapolis - William P. Luther - Sharon Marko, Newport - Ryan Marth, Plymouth - Henry L. Martin, Worthington - Kenneth J. McInnis, Ham Lake - Mike McLaughlin, St. Paul - Audrey Melzer, Hanska - David R. Minge - Roger D. Moe, Erskine - Walter F. Mondale, Minneapolis - Jim Nardone, Grand Rapids - Velma L. Oakland, Red Lake - James L. Oberstar, Chisholm - Tim O'Brien, Edina - Sandy L. Pappas - Collin C. Peterson, Detroit Lakes - Shane Price, Minneapolis - Phillip J. Qualy, Minneapolis - Ann Quigley, Elk River - Janis Ray, West Concord - Dan Reed, Kettle River - Kathy Regalado, Minneapolis - Willie J. Roller, Jr., St. Paul - Ann Ronnie, Columbia Heights - Ida Rukavina, Virginia - Georgiana Ruzich, Maple Grove - Martin Olav Sabo, Minneapolis - Mary Sansom, Newport - Brenda Schafer, Buhl - Judy Schaubach, St. Paul - Jean Scheibel, Brooklyn Center - Jim Schmidt, Austin - Sylvia Schmidt, Morris - Randy Schubring, St. Paul - Traci Scott, Minneapolis - John Sherman, St. Paul - Rick Stafford, Minneapolis - Shannon Sweeney, Proctor - H. Elaine Templin, Alexandria - Tamera Tesky, St. Joseph - Tom Trotter, Eagan - Viola Turner, St. Paul - Bea Underwood, Minneapolis - Bruce F. Vento, St. Paul - Dale Vernon, Minneapolis - Marcy Waritz, Chaska - Paul Wellstone - Joanna Wiegert, Cloquet - Wayne Wittman, St. Paul - Oliver Zaragoza, Minneapolis - Janet M. Zimmer-Lokken, Empire

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Cathy Baudeck, Hibbing - Richard A. Cardenas, St. Paul - Donna Hogan, St. Paul - Lynn Levine, Minneapolis - Dan Lockren, Eagan - Susan Lynch, St. Paul - Pat Nelson, Milaca - Richard Nelson, Eden Prairie - Sue Rockne, Zumbrota - Frank Simon, Chaska - Keith Howard Smith, Minneapolis - David Stowman, Detroit Lakes - Paul Wright, Hutchinson

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