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Washington Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Harold Abbe, Camas - Mony Baggett, Everett - Cathleen Bailey, Olympia - Brian Baird, Vancouver - Norm Banks, Vancouver - Jessica L. Beckett, Poulsbo - Paul J. Berendt, Seattle - Matthew Bergman, Vashon - Julie Bjornsson, Tacoma - Ramona Brandes, Federal Way - Scott Brines, Richland - Harvey Brooks, University Place - Bridgette Chua Buyea, Federal Way - Robert Byrd, Spokane - Maria E. Cantwell - Danielle Cendejas, Spokane - Nicholas Cizek, Puyallup - Charlotte Coker, Spokane - Ed Cote, Vancouver - D'Adre Cunningham, Seattle - Alan Dahl, Federal Way - Joanna Decker, Renton - Norman D. Dicks, Belfair - Douglas Dobbins, Spokane - Lisa Domke, Seattle - Jan Drago, Seattle - Kristin Eby, Richland - Thomas S. Foley - James Frush, Bainbridge Island - Gregory Gallo, Shoreline - Yvonne Griffin, Spokane - Habib Habib, Marysville - Wesley Hamilton, Olympia - Helen P. Howell, Federal Way - John Howes, Vancouver - Julie Hukee, Vancouver - Shaunta Hyde, Lake Forest Park - Jay Inslee, Bainbridge Island - Francisco Irigon, Newcastle - Ken Jacobsen, Seattle - Carolyn Johnston, Everett - Yvette Joseph-Fox, Nespelem - Larry Kalb, Bellingham - Sameer Kanal, Camas - Christopher Karnes, Tacoma - Jo Ann Kauffman, Spokane - Harry Kent III, White Swan - Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Seattle - Linda Lanham, Seattle - Rick Larsen, Everett - Rebecca Lewis, Bellevue - Gary Locke - Cherisse Luxa, Seahurst - Karen Marchioro, Bellevue - Sharon Mast, Bellevue - Richard F. May, Blaine - Jim McDermott, Seattle - David T. McDonald, Seattle - Luis S. Moscoso, Mountlake Terrace - James Mullins, Seattle - Edward Murray, Seattle - Patty Murray - Sylvia Olveda, Bellevue - Stacy Pederson, Bellingham - Ricardo Polintan, Renton - Gabriel Portugal, Pasco - Greg Rodriguez, Seattle - Anabel Romero-Juarez, Moses Lake - Rita Rosen, Seattle - Jesse Salomon, Bellingham - Ada Santerre-Nigaglioni, Mountlake Terrace - Jason Sawatzki, Seattle - Sarah Schacht, Oak Harbor - Robert Schlein, Deer Park - Diane Schmitz, Spokane - Lindsay Scola, Issaquah - Raymond Shjerven, Gig Harbor - Ron Sims, Seattle - Ellen Skarin, Yakima - Adam Smith, Tacoma - Jeffrey Smith, Bellevue - Georgia Spencer, Seattle - Yvette Terui, Tacoma - John Thompson, Edgewood - Karen Titus, Longview - Janis Traven, Seattle - Dora Trevino, Quincy - Javier Valdez, Seattle - Ya-Yue J. Van - Thomas Vance, Sammamish - Lorin Walker, Seattle - Yvonne Ward, Auburn - Patricia Whitefoot, White Swan - Lona A. Wilbur, La Conner - Marie Yamamoto, Seattle

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Matt Andersen, Spokane - Ralph Chappell, Olympia - Gayatri Jane Eassey, Seattle - Corey Eichner, Kirkland - Dian Ferguson, Seattle - Geni Hawkins, Auburn - David Molnaa, Richland - Nicole Ricketts, Tumwater - Joan Robertson, Tacoma - Sid Snyder, Long Beach - Craig A. Soucy, Renton - Eleanor Topacio-Long, Bellingham - Lawrence Winnerman, Seattle

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