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Missouri Delegation to the
1996 Democratic National Convention

Delegation chair: Mel Carnahan

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Vicki Abernathy, Jackson - Sandy Allison, Rolla - Gracia Y. Backer, New Bloomfield - J. B. 'Jet' Banks, St. Louis - Sharon Bearden, Piedmont - William Booth, St. Charles - Freeman Bosley, Jr., St. Louis - Jerilyn Bowie-Hill, St. Louis - Burton Boxerman, Olivette - Christy Broce, Kansas City - Doug Brooks, Joplin - Beverly Buchheit, St. Louis - Kathleen Burkett, Overland - Eugene Bushmann, Jefferson City - William Caldwell, Dearborn - Joe Carmichael, Springfield - Mel Carnahan, Rolla - Paula J. Carter, St. Louis - Harold Caskey, Butler - Kay Caskey, Butler - Lois Cason, Clinton - Mary Lou Cassity, Milan - William L. Clay, Sr. - Lacy Clay, Jr., St. Louis - Emanuel Cleaver, Kansas City - Mildred Conner, Malta Bend - Rebecca M. Cook - Velda Cook, Kansas City - Nancy Copenhaver, Moberly - Bob Cross, Wentzville - Duane Cruzan, Mexico - Ruth Ann Culton, Bonne Terre - Fletcher Daniels, Kansas City - Pat Danner - Rita Days, St. Louis - Gary Deaver, Springfield - Margaret Donnelly, Ferguson - Charles Dumsky, Sugar Creek - Etha Eaton, Liberty - Chester B. Edwards, Columbia - Steve Gaw, Moberly - Thomas George, Florissant - Richard A. Gephardt, St. Louis - Darlene Green, St. Louis - Carmen E. Guerra, Kansas City - Jerry Guinn, St. Charles - Christine Guinther, Ballwin - John Hickey, Bridgeton - Bob Holden - John H. Hollingsworth, Festus - Dotty S. Hubbard, Hannibal - Alyissa Hughes, Kansas City - Patrick Hughes, Kansas City - Annemarie Jackson, Kansas City - Rose Kasper, St. Charles - Richard King, St. Louis - Marie Lammert, St. Louis - Janis Londe, St. Louis - Gustav H. Lumpe, St. Louis - Beth Mahn, Hillsboro - Janice Manning, Liberty - Eugene O. Martin, Cool Valley - Karen McCarthy - Claire McCaskill, Kansas City - Susan McGlynn, St. Clair - Hilde McLaughlin, St. Louis - Mike McMillan, St. Louis - John McNay, Jamestown - Norma Mitchell, Florissant - Lew Moye, St. Louis - Donna Mueller, Jefferson City - Jay Nixon, De Soto - Avis Parman, Albany - Pam Payne, Kansas City - Rick Pope, Camdenton - May Scheve Reardon, Affton - Phyllis Robertson, Qulin - Ruby Sapp, Joplin - Patt Sharp, Kennett - Ike Skelton - Steve Slover, Potosi - Russ Steele, Kirksville - Nelson Thompson, Kansas City - Jeanne Van Lengen-Taylor, Neosho - Elizabeth Van Uum, University City - Lu Vaughan, Independence - Harold L. Volkmer - James Wahl, St. Louis - Earl Walker, St. Louis - George Westfall, St. Louis - Nancy K. Wilson, Columbia - Delbert Wright, Turney - Ronald Yersak, Dexter

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Ken Bacchus, Kansas City - Anita Banks, St. Louis - Thomas J. Campell, St. Louis - Jack Hackely, Oak Grove - Jacqueline Hansen, Grain Valley - Viola Jokerst, Ste. Genevieve - Dian Lawson, Paris - Hila Newman, Kansas City - Philip G. Smith, Louisiana - Mavis Thompson, St. Louis - Craig Whitney, Gladstone - Joel Womack, Liberty - Shep Woolford, Springfield

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