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Wisconsin Delegation to the
1996 Democratic National Convention

Delegation chair: Mark E. Sostarich

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
F. Thomas Ament, Milwaukee - Tammy Baldwin, Madison - Thomas M. Barrett, Milwaukee - Carolyn G. Berg, Appleton - Tillie Bichanich, West Allis - William Brey, Sturgeon Bay - Thomas Brien, Janesville - Marjorie Bunce, Chippewa Falls - Darcy Cavanaugh, Madison - Charles Chvala, Madison - Bruce Colburn, Milwaukee - John Collins, Kenosha - Richard Collins, Beaver Dam - Mary Cuene, Green Bay - Rita Czukas, Milwaukee - Paula S. Dorsey, Milwaukee - Deborah Doxtator, Oneida - James E. Doyle, Madison - Theresa Elguezabal, Madison - Russell D. Feingold - Sara Filemyr, Adell - Robert Friebert, Milwaukee - Sylvia Garza, Racine - Gary George, Milwaukee - Mary M. Goulding, Green Bay - Kathy Groat, Appleton - Janet Grochowski, Milwaukee - Daniel L. Hannula, Superior - Doris Hanson, McFarland - Gary B. Hawley, Stevens Point - William Healy, Cadott - Daniel Hilbert, Horicon - Rosemary Hinkfoss, Green Bay - Barbara Hintz, South Milwaukee - Brett Hulsey, Madison - Steve Jones, Madison - Joan Kaeding, Oshkosh - Michael King, Fort Atkinson - Thomas M. Kitchen, Fond du Lac - Gerald D. Kleczka, Milwaukee - Karen Kleinert, Janesville - Allen Knop, Madison - Herbert H. Kohl - Thuy Krawczyk, Milwaukee - Walter Kunicki, Milwaukee - Jerry LaPoint, Eau Claire - Robin Leary, Eau Claire - Ron Licht, West Allis - Patricia Long, Manitowoc - Lawrence Longley, Appleton - Martha Love, Milwaukee - Darold Lowe, Madison - Dawn Martin, West Allis - Rosemarie McDowell, Milwaukee - Mala McGhee, Hollandale - George McKinney, Milwaukee - Flossie Meyer, Howards Grove - Catherine Michels, Menomonie - Sue Miller, Eau Claire - Gwen Moore, Milwaukee - Marilyn Nemeth, Racine - Jeffrey Neubauer, Racine - John O. Norquist, Milwaukee - David R. Obey, Wausau - Michael O'Brien, Lake Tomahawk - Douglas Oitzinger, Marinette - George Pantelis, Waukesha - Sally Peltz, Fox Point - Rick Phelps, Madison - Kim Plache, Racine - Phyllis Pope, Medford - Mary Rasmussen, Boyceville - Diane Rosado, Milwaukee - Michael Ryan, Madison - Dawn Marie Sass, Milwaukee - Melanie Schaller, Chippewa Falls - Dawn Schemenauer, Madison - Kurt Schendel, Sparta - Frieda Schurch, Kenosha - Robert Schweder, Princeton - Harriet Schwoch, Watertown - Heidi Schwoch, Watertown - Maria Carrasco Siefert, Milwaukee - Paul R. Soglin, Madison - Mark E. Sostarich, South Milwaukee - Michael Sullivan, Greendale - Angela Sutkiewicz, Sheboygan - Ollie Thompson, Milwaukee - James Tripp, Menomonie - Robert Turner, Racine - Helen Van Prooyen, Stevens Point - Betty Villalobos, Beloit - Donel Wyman, Oshkosh

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Patricia Hawley, Sturgeon Bay - James Heidenreich, Wauwatosa - Joseph Kreuser, Menomonee Falls - Luanne Laib, Oshkosh - James McGuigan, Brown Deer - Ann McNeary, Sun Prairie - Judith Mount, Wauwatosa - John O'Dell, Stevens Point - Judy Robson, Beloit - Cynthea Rollo, New Berlin - Richard Schwalb, Mequon - Gil Werner, Bangor - Lawrence J. Wiedenfeld, Janesville

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