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New Jersey Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
John H. Adler, Cherry Hill - Robert E. Andrews, Haddon Heights - Linda Baer, Englewood - Mario Baeza, Englewood - Hilary Ballon, Englewood - Thomas Barrett, Nutley - Virginia Bauer, Red Bank - Dorothy Blakeslee, Wyckoff - J. Christian Bollwage, Elizabeth - Laurel Brennan, Cherry Hill - Wayne R. Bryant, Camden - Tonio Burgos - Brendan T. Byrne, Roseland - Jo Ann Byrnes, Lincoln Park - James Carroll, Galloway - Barbara Casbar, Edison - Ida L. Castro, Burlington - Zenon Christodoulou, Branchburg - Anthony Cinaglia, Glassboro Township, Gloucester County - Richard J. Codey, West Orange - Joseph Coniglio, Paramus - Clay Constantinou, Colts Neck - Alisa Cooper, Linwood - Jon Corzine - William Coulter, Barnegat - Nilsa Cruz-Perez, Camden - Joseph Cryan, Union - Ann Cummis, West Orange - John Currie, Wayne - Alfred C. DeCotiis, Teaneck - Charlotte DeFilippo, Hillside - Sonia Delgado, Pennington - Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Nutley - Kellie Drakeford, Long Branch - Michael DuPont, Red Bank - Zulima V. Farber, Roseland - Joseph A. Ferriero, Hackensack - June S. Fischer, Scotch Plains - Geralyn Fitzgerald, Summit - James J. Florio, Metuchen - Elaine M. Flynn, Old Bridge - Jeanne Fox, New Brunswick - Nilda R. Frulio, Bayville - Edithe Fulton, Toms River - Alice Furia, Delran - Nia H. Gill, Montclair - Glen D. Gilmore, Hamilton - Carl Goldberg, Short Hills - Veronica Goldberg, Stockton - Ravi Gopalan, Edison - Sherryl Gordon, Cherry Hill - John Graham, Verona - Robert Gregory, Plainfield - Judith Hoffman, Piscataway - Rush D. Holt, Pennington - Brian M. Hughes, Princeton - Elizabeth Hutcheon, Bridgewater - Mark Infante, West Orange - Gregory J. Jackson, Hackensack - Michael Jackson, Randolph - Donna Jago, Colonia - Sharpe James, Newark - Ellen Karcher, Morganville - Colleen Karr, Riverton - James Kehoe, Berlin - Bernard F. Kenny, Jr., Hoboken - Maria LaBoy, Vineland - Frank R. Lautenberg - Jeanette Leehr, Mendham - Marceil Letts, Morris Plains - Susan Bass Levin, Cherry Hill - Kenneth Lucianin, Passaic - Blair B. MacInnes, Morristown - Dina Matos McGreevey, Trenton - Jim McGreevey - Dennis McNerney, Ho-Ho-Kus - Bob Menendez, Union City - Susan Michielli, Runnemede - Sarah Monahan, Mahwah - June B. Montag, Paramus - Gilda Morales, Piscataway - Patricia Mueller, Haddonfield - Laura Mulroy, Freehold - Dev Nadina, Teaneck - Israel Nieves, Camden - Germaine Ortiz, Palisades Park - Frank Pallone, Jr., Long Branch - Douglas H. Palmer, Trenton - William Pascrell III, Trenton - Bill Pascrell, Jr., Paterson - Sonal Patel, Edison - Donald M. Payne - Donna Pearson, Bridgeton - Leland Peyser, Livingston - Raymond M. Pocino - Frederick Potter, Point Pleasant - Nellie Pou, Paterson - Richard Pucci, Monroe Township, Middlesex County - Joan M. Quigley, Jersey City - Judith Raines, Ridgewood - Dana Redd, Camden - Helene Reed, Williamstown - Bruce Regenstreich, Westfield - Joseph J. Roberts, Camden - Steven R. Rothman - Maria Ruiz, Newark - Christine Samuels, Montclair - Alfonso Santoro, Beachwood - Paul Sarlo, Wood-Ridge - Rajul Shah, Basking Ridge - Francine Shelton, Jersey City - Albio Sires, West New York - L. Harvey Smith, Jersey City - Christine Stearns, Ewing - Sylvia Steiner, West Orange - Linda Stender, Scotch Plains - Stephen M. Sweeney, Woodbury - Preston Taylor, Jr., Lumberton - Shirley K. Turner, Lawrenceville - Joseph Vas, Perth Amboy - Silverio Vega, West New York - Paulette Wahler, Piscataway - William Watson, Trenton - Bonnie Watson Coleman, Ewing - Loretta Weinberg, Teaneck - Catherine F. Willis, East Orange - Jerlene Worthy, Ewing - Charles Wowkanech, Ocean City

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Ann Baker, Roosevelt - J. Michael Blake, Scotch Plains - Thomas Canzanella, Trenton - Thomas Castellano, Jr., Magnolia - Linda Cavanaugh, North Caldwell - Upendra Chivukula, Somerset - Lizette Delgado, Galloway Township, Atlantic County - Jennifer Godoski, Trenton - Colleen Haney, Holmdel - Elizabeth Heap, Ramsey - Beatrice Holley, Edgewater Park - Ludi Hughes, Fair Lawn - George Jackson, Erial - Darlene McWilliams, Plainfield - Pat Sarma, Montclair - Manuel Segura, Trenton - Anthony Suarez, Ridgefield - Harvey Whille, Wall Township, Monmouth County

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