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Michigan Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Tina Abbott, Lansing - Ismael Ahmed, Dearborn - Dixie Anderson, Manistique - Gerald Bantom, Farmington Hills - Lu Battaglieri, East Lansing - Christine Beatty, Detroit - Edna S. Bell, Detroit west side - Emma Bell, Detroit - James J. Blanchard, Beverly Hills - Janet Blanchard, Beverly Hills - Mark Brewer, Clinton Township, Macomb County - Catherine Browder, Southfield - Edward Bruley, Clinton Township, Macomb County - M. Elizabeth Bunn, Detroit - Jonathan Byrd, Marshall - Denise Cadreau, Lansing - Joseph Carney, Brighton - Kay Chase, Charlevoix - Geraldine Chatman, Detroit - John D. Cherry, Jr., Clio - Irma Clark-Coleman, Detroit - Gary R. Conrad, Whitehall - John Conyers, Jr., Detroit - Susan Corbin, Okemos - Danny Craig, Detroit - Robert Cramer, Burt - George Crosby, Coopersville - David A. Curson, Belleville - Warren Danford, St. Clair Shores - John Henry Davis, Jr., Detroit - Kelly De Rango, Kalamazoo - Alisa Diez, Macomb - Debbie Dingell, Dearborn - John D. Dingell, Dearborn - Rosemary DiPonio, Dimondale - Pamela S. Dobrowolski, Wayne - Debra L. Dorosh, Clinton Township, Macomb County - Rhonda Estes, Traverse City - Nancy Falcone=Sullivan, Washington Township, Macomb County - Joel I. Ferguson, Lansing - Robert A. Ficano, Livonia - Mary Fleming, Detroit - Kenneth Fletcher, Delta Township, Eaton County - Rick Flynn, Sterling Heights - Albert Garrett, Detroit - Janna Garrison, Southfield - Ron Gettelfinger, Detroit - Gary Giguere, Jr., Portage - Phillip Gilliam, Detroit - Nate Gooden, Detroit - Barry J. Goodman, Farmington Hills - Sigrid L. Grace, Rochester Hills - Jennifer M. Granholm - Renee Greff, Ypsilanti - Mel D. Grieshaber, Ann Arbor - Cheryl M. Hadsall, Birch Run - Willie E. Hampton, Detroit - David B. Hecker, Huntington Woods - Ronald Hewitt, Detroit - James P. Hoffa, Troy - Rosa Holliday, Bay City - Melvin Hollowell, Detroit - Mary Jane Howard, Clinton Township, Macomb County - Stephanie Howard, Flint - Laurie Johnson, Mattawan - Carolyn Kapustij, Sterling Heights - Douglas C. Kelley, Ann Arbor - Dale E. Kildee, Flint - Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick, Detroit - Kwame M. Kilpatrick, Detroit - Bob King, Ann Arbor - Ed Klein, Warren - Joyce Lalonde, Eastpointe - Carol S. Larkin, Garden City - Brenda L. Lawrence, Southfield - Maryion Lee, Flushing - Carl Levin - Sander M. Levin - Susan Levy, Sparta - Larry K. Lewis, Detroit west side - Richard W. Long, Waterford - Donna M. Lutke, McBain - Sue A. Maturkanich, West Olive - Bruce G. McAttee, DeWitt - Eddie McDonald, Canton - Edward McNeil, Detroit - Robert Mijac, Sterling Heights - Derrick Miller, Detroit - Rose Mitchell, Paw Paw - Sonal Mithani, Ann Arbor - Teri Moblo, Novi - P. Christina Montague, Ann Arbor - Winifred Motherwell, Haslett - Daniel G. Mulhern, Lansing - Michael Murphy, Lansing - Linda R. Myers, Holt - Ted O'Dell, Negaunee - Mohamed Okdie, Detroit - Barbara Olsman, Huntington Woods - Keith Orr, Ann Arbor - Erin Parsons-Wright, Lansing - Colleen Peters, Bloomfield Hills - Gloria Peterson, Ypsilanti - Miriam Poe, Romulus - Bob Potter, Grand Rapids - Pamela Pugh, Saginaw - Rose M. Quintana, Clarkston - Jeffrey Radjewski, Chesterfield Township, Macomb County - Lupe Ramos-Montigny, Grand Rapids - Sandra Ramsey, Detroit - Calvin T. Rapson, Swartz Creek - Heather Ricketts, East Lansing - Lawrence A. Roehrig, Linden - Virgie M. Rollins, Detroit west side - Lynda Rossi, Lansing - Bob Roth, Mt. Morris - Gerald Rowe, Detroit - Carol St. Louis, Brownstown Township, Wayne County - Iris K. Salters, Lansing - Rosetta Sanders, Battle Creek - John Sangster, Saginaw - Mark H. Schauer, Battle Creek - Roland Schneider, Milford - Victoria Selva, Macomb - James Settles, Detroit - Horace Sheffield III, Detroit - Dale Sheltrown, Gladwin - Gary Shepherd, Saginaw - Richard Shoemaker, St. Clair Shores - Alyce A. Smith, Lincoln Park - Betty A. Smith, Detroit - Pamela Smith, Detroit - Cassandra Smith-Gray, Detroit - Debbie Stabenow - Eunice Stokes, Detroit - Frank Stuglin, Royal Oak - Bart Stupak, Menominee - Betty Summerville, Harrison - Sara Sweat, Ida - Jim Sype, Okemos - Samuel Buzz Thomas III, Detroit - Teresa Thomas, Redford - Tony Tollefson, Marquette - Kathleen Trongo, Flint - James Vaughn, Grand Rapids - Cecilia Walker, Detroit - Richard Wallace, Royal Oak - Mary Waters, Detroit - Nancy A. Waters, Muskegon - Lisa R. Webb-Sharpe, Okemos - Nancy M. White, Clinton Township, Macomb County - Sheila White-Smith, Auburn Hills - Richard N. Wiener - Jack C. Wurm, Jr., Rockford - Henry J. Yanez, Harrison Township, Macomb County

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Gerald Acker, Huntington Woods - Teresa Bingman, Okemos - Bill Black, Royal Oak - Vincent Bruno, Dearborn - Michael Bryanton, Lansing - Raymond Cheeks, Detroit - Robert L. Donoghue, Midland - Gloria Emmons, Kalamazoo - John Espinoza, Croswell - Joan Gebhardt, Livonia - Jumana Judeh, Dearborn Heights - Kelly Keenan, Lansing - Catherine King, Berkley - Jean Ledwith King - Bonnie J. Lauria, West Branch - Barry Lepler, Huntington Woods - Sandra Nyman, Wyoming - Donald G. Oetman, Allegan - Mary Lou Parks, Detroit east side - Lisa Ramirez, Reese - Elva Revilla, Williamston - Andrew Roberts, Niles

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