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Indiana Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Dora May Abel, Terre Haute - Joseph Andrew, Washington, D.C. - Terri Austin, Anderson - B. Patrick Bauer, South Bend - Evan Bayh - Dean Boerste, Tell City - LarRita Boren, Upland - Myrna Brown, Vincennes - Robert Brown, Brownstown - Linda M. Buzinec, Hobart - Julia Carson, Indianapolis - Mary T. Chandler, Indianapolis - Steve Alonzo Clark, New Castle - Rudolph M. Clay, Gary - Sue Conner, Sharpsville - Phoebe Crane, Whitestown - Kathy Davis, Indianapolis - Rogelio Dominguez, Crown Point - Mary K. Downes, South Bend - Betty Dunnuck, Muncie - Jennifer Edwards, Muncie - Mary L. Elgin, Gary - Janet Ellis, Noblesville - Michael Ellis, Terre Haute - James Garner, New Albany - Leona Glazebrooks, Indianapolis - Karen Guckien, Camden - Jeanette Hackman, Brownstown - Glenda Hampton, Evansville - Michael M. Harmless, Greencastle - Rachelle Hatcher, Gary - Laverne Hayes, Rising Sun - Baron P. Hill, Seymour - Teddy Huffer, Cutler - Mike Imbler, Greentown - Nora Jarmon, Lafayette - Lacy Johnson, Indianapolis - W. Faye Johnson, Indianapolis - Sandra Kennedy, Fort Wayne - Joseph E. Kernan, Indianapolis - Maggie Kernan, Indianapolis - Sheila J. Klinker, Lafayette - Vidya S. Kora, Michigan City - Sally LaSota, Merrillville - Stanley M. Levco, Evansville - Cordelia Lewis-Burks, Indianapolis - Troy Liggett, Indianapolis - Rita A. Long, Boonville - Charlotte Lewis Martin, Indianapolis - Elaine Mellencamp, Nashville - Butch Morgan, South Bend - Winfield Moses, Jr., Fort Wayne - Cathline A. Mullin, Indianapolis - Anne O'Connor, Indianapolis - Thomas J. O'Donnell, Indianapolis - Robert A. Pastrick, East Chicago - John D. Perkins, Jeffersonville - Bart Peterson, Indianapolis - Gerald Poor, Muncie - Jay K. Potesta, Indianapolis - Charlotte Robertson, Chesterton - James Robinson, Hammond - Jenny Sarabia, Indianapolis - Arnold Scott, Carmel - Bren Simon, Carmel - Day Smith, Columbia City - Jeffery H. Smulyan, Indianapolis - Stephen Stiglich, East Chicago - Mary Lou Terrell, Vincennes - Kipper V. Tew, Indianapolis - Connie Thurman, Indianapolis - Terry L. Thurman, Indianapolis - Edward Treacy, Indianapolis - Dennis Tropp, Avilla - Peter J. Visclosky, Merrillville - Brett Voorhies, Avon - Lillian Wafford, Indianapolis - Wayne Watson, Indianapolis - Jonathan Weinzapfel, Evansville - Leon West, Portage - Joseph Whaley, Mooresville

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Susan Althouse, Jonesboro - Lara Beck, Indianapolis - David Bozell, Columbus - Dawna Gardner, Mauckport - Teresa Hunchman, New Albany - Melinda Jones, Indianapolis - Richard Merren, Jr., Fort Wayne - Joseph Miller, Indianapolis - Clarence Piercey, Indianapolis - Rod Roberson, Elkhart - Ron Shepard, Clinton - Marty Vagenas, Merrillville

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