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Tennessee Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Yvonne Acey, Memphis - Carol Andrews, Nashville - Eric Armstrong, Cleveland - Joe Armstrong, Knoxville - Mabel Arroyo, Franklin - Greg Barker, Copperhill - Kevin Garrett Barry, Knoxville - Gloria Bishop, La Vergne - Kathleen Bishop, Tellico Plains - Mariane Bouldin, Nashville - Kathryn Bowers, Memphis - Phil Bredesen, Nashville - Henri Brooks, Memphis - Edwin Bryan, Nashville - Rebecca Bumgardner, Chattanooga - Randy Button, Kingston - Christopher Campbell, Decaturville - Gale Jones Carson, Memphis - Lexie Carter, Memphis - Will T. Cheek, Nashville - David J. Cocke, Memphis - Steve Cohen, Memphis - Barbara Cooper, Memphis - Jim Cooper, Nashville - M. Inez Crutchfield, Nashville - D. Nathan Cunningham, Manchester - Dixie Damm, Lenoir City - David Davidson, Ashland City - Cherry Davis, Memphis - Janice Davis, Nashville - Lincoln Davis, Pall Mall - Lois M. DeBerry, Nashville - Richard Hulon Donnell, Jackson - Jimmie Farris, Memphis - John Farris, Memphis - Norman Ferris, Murfreesboro - Harold E. Ford, Jr., Memphis - Newton Jake Ford, Memphis - John Freeman, Memphis - Faye Marie Frey, Nashville - Danny Garland II, Knoxville - Stacey Arlene Garrett, Nashville - Bart Gordon, Murfreesboro - Al Gore - Krystal Monique Hairston, Nashville - Thelma Harper, Nashville - Imogene Harris, Milan - Joe Haynes, Goodlettsville - Michelle Haynes, Gallatin - T. Robert Hill, Jackson - Bill Killian, Jasper - Michael Lamb, Chapel Hill - John Lankford, Paris - William Larsha, Memphis - Jerry Lee, Fairview - Hazel Longstreet, Memphis - Myron Lowery, Memphis - Weldon Markham, Chattanooga - Thomas Maynard, Nashville - Kim McMillan, Clarksville - Larry Mullins, Morristown - Sue O'Dell, Blountville - Heather O'Toole, Johnson City - William Owen, Knoxville - Elisa Parker, Franklin - Mary Parker, Brentwood - Anthony Francis Pegel, Murfreesboro - Martha Perry, Pegram - Schree Pettigrew, Knoxville - Lee Porterfield, Jonesborough - Brandi Redmon, Dover - Betsy Reid, Brownsville - Jeanne Richardson, Memphis - Marilyn Robinson, Nashville - Dana Smyth, Franklin - Ausbon Starling, Nashville - John S. Tanner, Union City - Hazel Thomas, Nashville - Nikki Tinker, Memphis - Robert Tuke, Nashville - Michael Turner, Old Hickory - Nancy Van Hooser, Tracy City - Justin Walling, Spencer - Betty Watkins, New Market - Anna Rachel York, Crossville

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Paula Collier, McMinnville - Delainia Davis, Knoxville - Hunter Davis, Nashville - Robert Gill, Memphis - Grayson Hansard, Dover - Charline Kilpatrick, Chattanooga - Jimmy Naifeh, Covington - Randy Rinks, Savannah - Myra Stiles, Memphis - Robert Vest, Lenoir City - Ronda Worsham, Lafayette

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