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Ohio Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Yamani Adkins, Copley - Kate Anderson, Powell - William Anthony, Jr., Columbus - Oliver Baker, Cincinnati - Catherine Barrett, Cincinnati - James Barrett, East Cleveland - Michael Bassett, Port Clinton - Michael Bauer, Elyria - Joyce Beatty, Columbus - Greg Bender, Strasburg - John Bender, Avon - Sarah Bender, Medina - Deborah Benning, Yellow Springs - Matthew Boone, Columbus - Kevin L. Boyce, Columbus - Dona Brady, Cleveland - Dora Bronston, Middletown - Craig Brown, Salem - Edna R. Brown, Toledo - Sherrod Brown - Jolanta Brubaker, Canton - William A. Burga, Columbus - Renee Cafaro, Hubbard - Angela Caldwell, Cleveland - David L. Caldwell - Timothy Callion, Warren - Jane L. Campbell, Cleveland - Charlene Coates, Parma - Michael B. Coleman, Columbus - Mark Cox, New Philadelphia - Sandy K. Cox, New Philadelphia - Michael Craun, Toledo - Greg L. DiDonato, New Philadelphia - Dorcas Ditmer, Laura - David C. Ditzler, Austintown - Susan Doerfer, Cleveland Heights - Austin Dunn, Cleveland Heights - Leonard Eliason, Athens - Louis P. Escobar, Toledo - Phyllis Eshman-Thomas, Marion - Teresa Fedor, Toledo - Cathryn Fellinger, Columbus - Alexis Finley, Akron - Peggy Zone Fisher, Shaker Heights - Rosemary Fitzgerald, Wintersville - Jack Ford, Toledo - Tony George, Westlake - Anna Glenn, Columbus - John Glenn, Columbus - Enid Goubeaux, Greenville - Daniel Gray, Willoughby - Sean Grayson, Galena - Theodore Gudorf, Dayton - Robert Hanafin, Beavercreek - Judie Hartley, Warren - John Hartman, Bowling Green - Kay Hartman, Bowling Green - Sandra Harwood, Niles - Stephen L. Hightower, Middletown - Linda Hlebak, Painesville - Derry Hooks, Cincinnati - Mary Jo Hudson, Columbus - Marilyn Hyland, Cincinnati - Wayne M. Jones, Akron - Adam Jusko, Lakewood - Marcy Kaptur, Toledo - Deneen Kassouf, Westlake - James Kaster, Youngstown - Mary Jo Kilroy, Columbus - Marcia Knox, Dayton - David L. Kolbe, Columbus - John Kolesar, Chagrin Falls - Dennis J. Kucinich, Cleveland - Joseph Lacey, Dayton - Jack Landskroner, Moreland Hills - John Lang, Lucasville - Ann Lavelle-Kozliner, Columbus - James Patrick Leahy, Dublin - Glorianne Leck, Youngstown - Renee S. Lipson, Lyndhurst - Marcellinus Ludowese, Wooster - Charles J. Luken, Cincinnati - John A. Lyall, Powell - Lloyd C. Mahaffey, Maumee - Mark Mallory, Cincinnati - Ronald L. Malone, Columbus - Gary V. Martin, Pataskala - Lance Mason, Cleveland - Shirley Mathews, Cincinnati - David R. McCall, Columbus - Marcia McGee, Columbus - Michael McGraw, Cleveland Heights - Rhine L. McLin, Dayton - Jonathan McPike, Cincinnati - Sue Ellen Milhone, Gahanna - Dale Miller, Cleveland - Lana Moresky, Shaker Heights - Patricia A. Moss, Columbus - Connie Murphy, Worthington - Margaret Murray, Sandusky - Andrea Norris, Akron - Jennifer O'Donnell, Cincinnati - Priscilla O'Donnell, Batavia - Steven Okey, Alliance - Lori O'Neill, Chagrin Falls - Mark E. Owens, Dayton - Rosalie Pappano, Bellaire - Sonia Parsons, Akron - Sylvester D. Patton, Youngstown - Kristin L. Peterson, Oberlin - Donald L. Plusquellic, Akron - Lynnie Powell, Cleveland - C. J. Prentiss, Cleveland - Chris Redfern, Port Clinton - Alicia Reece, Cincinnati - John Rinehardt, Mansfield - Thomas J. Ritchie, Dayton - Michele Roberts, Dayton - Paul Robinson, Centerville - Julian Rogers, Cleveland Heights - Carissa Romero, Lorain - James M. Ruvolo, Toledo - Daniel Ryan, Perrysburg - Tim Ryan - Vel M. Scott, Bedford - TaKeysha Sheppard, Columbus - Brian Shinn, Columbus - Chris Smith, Columbus - Jerry Springer, Cincinnati - Tim Steineman, Huntsville - Ted Strickland - Jack Sullivan, Middleburg Heights - Barbara Sykes, Akron - Pierrette M. Talley, Columbus - Peggy E. Tanksley, New Philadelphia - Ann Tanner, Elyria - Barbara Thomas, East Cleveland - Paul Tipps, Columbus - Daniel Troy, Willowick - Stephanie Tubbs=Jones, Cleveland - Karen Vallance, Dayton - Jonathan Varner, Columbus - Kathleen Veith, Hudson - Mary Jane Veno, New Albany - Dixie Wadsworth, Minerva - Albert Waganfield, Toledo - Carolyn Weston, Morral - Nan Whaley, Dayton - Denny White, Columbus - Mary White, Columbus - Jane Wilde, Toledo - Lillian B. Williams, Columbus - Lupe Williams, Wooster - Nancy Williams, Perrysburg - Mary Wiseman, Dayton - Mary Ellen Withrow, Bethesda, Md. - Joshua Wolf, Athens - Gerald Woodgeard, Lancaster - Tyrone K. Yates, Cincinnati

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
William Bashein, Bentleyville - Pat Brooks, Columbus - Martha J. Campbell, Uhrichsville - Claudia Castelli, Cleveland - Frank Cipriano, Columbus - Lauren Dikis, Athens - Walter Edwards, Cincinnati - Julia Fishelson, Wooster - Tristan Paul Hand, Warren - Dale Henry, Springfield - Stanley Jasionowski, Massillon - Henry Jeffers, Dayton - James Lawrence, Peninsula - Bill Leibensperger, Columbus - Pamela Lombardi, Columbus - John Martinez, Toledo - Ralph Paulk, Fairlawn - Susan Pratt, Toledo - Edithia Spears, Columbus - Elna Sullivan, Cleveland - Laurie Thomas, Oak Harbor - Nancy Wagle, Waverly - Robert White, Cleveland - Sandra Wise, Fremont

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