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Virginia Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Kenny Alexander, Norfolk - Christopher Ambrose, Lorton - Sheila J. Baynes, Danville - Pixie Bell, Alexandria - Dorothy Blackwell, Lexington - Rick Boucher, Abingdon - Terry Braddock, Wise - Sherwood W. Branch, Richmond - Sandra W. Brandt, Virginia Beach - Arthur Bredemeyer, Suffolk - Jeffrey Breit, Virginia Beach - Marwan Burgan, Annandale - Debby Burroughs, Richmond - Warren Campbell, Roanoke - Jack Carter, Mechanicsville - Ranjana Chachra, Blacksburg - Kimberly Chiapetto, Floyd - Marjorie M. Clark, near Richmond - N. Thomas Connally, Arlington - Gerald E. Connolly, Mantua - Lynne Cooper, Midlothian - Elizabeth Cranwell, Vinton - Charlotte Dammann, Charlottesville - Hahn Deniston, Colonial Heights - Kerry J. Donley, Alexandria - Daniel W. Duncan, Burke - Abbi Easter, near Richmond - Barbara Easterling, Alexandria - William D. Euille, Alexandria - Jeanne Fishwick, Roanoke - John P. Flannery, Lovettsville - Larry Framme, Richmond - Libby Garvey, Arlington - Timothy Gibson, Troutville - Gerald Glenn, Sr., Richmond - Cynthia Goode, Portsmouth - Gerald Gray, Clintwood - John Gregory, Midlothian - Franklin P. Hall, Richmond - Gary Hancock, Pulaski - Katherine Hanley, Reston - Theresa Hartnett, Burke - Stephen E. Heretick, Portsmouth - Alexis Herman, Washington, D.C. - Kenneth Holloway, Chesapeake - Margo E. Horner, Arlington - Robert H. Hovis III, Oakton - Collins Howlett III, Richmond - Jerrauld Jones, Norfolk - Theresa Kern, Richmond - Carmen Kilduff, Kilmarnock - Margaret Kugler, Fairfax - Miguel Lausell, Washington, D.C. - Daniel G. LeBlanc, Richmond - Carole Lieber, Arlington - Eileen N. Manning, Vienna - Henry L. Marsh, Richmond - Michael L. Mays, Vinton - Terry McAuliffe, Washington, D.C. - Jennifer L. McClellan, Richmond - Ora S. McCoy, Appomattox - Mike McKenney, Callao - Yvonne Miller, Norfolk - R. Michael Mohler, Springfield - Bryan Moran, Alexandria - James P. Moran, Jr., Alexandria - Evelyn Morris-Harris, Richmond - Patrick J. Morrison, Falls Church - Norman Mosher, Irvington - Elsie Mosqueda, Alexandria - Princess Moss, Bumpass - Toni Mote, Virginia Beach - Tom Mullis, Radford - Muriel Murray, Richmond - Mary Nelson, Virginia Beach - Rudy Pinto, Virginia Beach - Wava Reigel, Virginia Beach - Mame Reiley, Alexandria - Douglas Reimel, Sterling - M. Beth Rennick, Richmond - Peter Rousselot, Arlington - Susan Johnston Rowland, Chesapeake - James M. Scott, Fairfax - Robert C. Scott, Newport News - John Snook, Charlottesville - Marcia Speck, Alexandria - Lionell Spruill, Chesapeake - Reed Stockman, Fairfax Station - Carol L. Summerlyn, Portsmouth - Susan Swecker, Richmond - Mary Lynn Tate, Abingdon - J. Walter Tejada, Arlington - Claire Ward, Richmond - Jeion A. Ward, Hampton - Louise Ware, Richmond - Mark Warner - Eve Wilson, McLean - Delia T. Zisman, Fredericksburg

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Fenton L. Bland, Jr., Petersburg - Kimberly Collell, Arlington - W. Joseph Cunningham, Leesburg - Sally Davis, Woodbridge - Mark P. Federici, Fairfax - Patricia Gray, Etlan - Kay Horney, Speedwell - Shirley S. Johnson, Fredericksburg - Gary Kendall, Charlottesville - Eric Payne, Richmond - Raymond Pelletier, Jr., Leesburg - Laura Sonnenmark, Alexandria - Lynnell P. Tyree, near Richmond

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