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Georgia Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Stacey Abrams, Atlanta - Clayton Adams, Blairsville - Scotty Akemon, Rome - Barbara Bailey, Valdosta - T. R. Bailey, Valdosta - Thurbert E. Baker, Atlanta - Margaret Ball, Dalton - Mary Ballew, Valdosta - Karin Barber, Peachtree City - Roy E. Barnes, Marietta - Sharon Beasley-Teague, Red Oak - Ashley Daniel Bell, Gainesville - Eldrin Bell, Jonesboro - Jan Benschop, Blairsville - Sanford D. Bishop, Jr., Albany - Erica Brooks, Atlanta - Naomi D. Brown, Atlanta - Constance Burkes, Albany - Gloria S. Butler, Clarkston - James Butler, Marietta - Barbara Campbell, Stone Mountain - Alphonso Cardenas, Lawrenceville - Jimmy Carter - Zachary Chapman, Atlanta - James L. Cherry, Lilburn - Terry Coleman, Atlanta - Ashley Collier, Thomasville - Linda H. Collins, Marietta - Mtesa P. Cottemond, Augusta - Cathy Cox, Atlanta - Carole B. Dabbs, Kennesaw - George Darden - Gail Davenport, Jonesboro - Wendy Davis, Rome - Hattie B. Dorsey, Atlanta - Winfred Dukes, Albany - Linda Edmonds, Decatur - Andrew Feiler, Atlanta - Shirley Franklin, Atlanta - Sherry Friedman, Atlanta - Page Gleason, Atlanta - Stacey Godfrey, Cartersville - Maxine S. Goldstein, Milledgeville - Linda Graham, Hinesville - Lowell M. Greenbaum, Augusta - Mary Harris, Brunswick - Monica Helms, Marietta - Debra Henson, Lawrenceville - Michele Henson, Stone Mountain - Lois Hunter, Jonesboro - Tommy Irvin, Atlanta - Lester G. Jackson III, Savannah - Valerie Jackson, Atlanta - Donzella J. James, College Park - Lynmore James, Montezuma - Sheila Jones, Atlanta - Robert Kahn, Marietta - Roger Kahn, White - Jennifer Kauffman, Athens - Karen Kilgo, Fayetteville - Craig Kuglar, Atlanta - Rick Lasseter, Valdosta - Sylvia Lee, Tucker - Stephen R. Leeds, Atlanta - John Lewis, Atlanta - Herbert H. Mabry, Atlanta - Kevin B. Madden, Peachtree City - Denise L. Majette - Pedro Marin, Duluth - Jim Marshall, Macon - Don McDaniel, Duluth - Ann McKenzie, Atlanta - Billy Mitchell, Stone Mountain - Jennifer Moore, Atlanta - Brian Murray, Athens - Adam Nisbet, Gray - Charles Pittman, Trenton - Morris Powell, Rising Fawn - Linda Pryor, Dahlonega - Sofie Rahman, Snellville - Nikki T. Randall, Macon - Richard A. Ray, Atlanta - Kasim Reed, Atlanta - Calvin A. Rodwell, Stone Mountain - Richard Saeger, Valdosta - Kenneth L. Samuel, Lithonia - David Scott, Atlanta - Sukari Scott, Ellenwood - Barbara A. Sims, Athens - Calvin Smyre, Columbus - Mark Taylor, Atlanta - Marsha Taylor, Atlanta - Michael Thurmond, Decatur - Cynthia Tucker, Stone Mountain - Andre Walker, College Park - Al Williams, Midway - Brenda Williams, Stone Mountain - Cynthia Williams, Atlanta - Deana Womack, Marietta - David J. Worley, Atlanta - Sam Zamarripa, Atlanta

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Linda Benschop, Blairsville - Desdimonia Cross, Decatur - Mark Dehler, Decatur - Doris Harris, Cochran - Jerry Payne, Ringgold - Gerald Redd, Marietta - Brian Reyher, Carrollton - Lithangia S. Robinson, Atlanta - Lola Scott Russell, Stone Mountain - Robert Whitelaw, Atlanta - Cheryl Williams, Duluth - Michael Williams, Atlanta - Corey Wimberly, Camilla

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