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Wisconsin Delegation to the
2004 Democratic National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Margaret Baecker, Independence - Tammy Baldwin, Madison - Thomas M. Barrett, Milwaukee - Ann Batiza, Madison - Jill Berke, River Falls - Milton Bond, Jr., Milwaukee - Bryan Brooks, Sun Prairie - Dave Cieslewicz, Madison - William L. Cobb, Kenosha - Spencer Coggs, Milwaukee - Renee Crawford, Shorewood - Rita Czukas, Milwaukee - Karen Dahl, Viroqua - Lynn Davis, Racine - Paula S. Dorsey, Milwaukee - James E. Doyle, Madison - Jessica L. Doyle, Madison - Don Eggert, Madison - Jon Erpenbach, Middleton - Kathleen M. Falk, Madison - Russell D. Feingold - Gail Gabrelian, Franklin - Theresa Gabriel, Milwaukee - Mary M. Goulding, Green Bay - Kathy Groat, Appleton - Ned Grossnickle, Mosinee - Stan Gruszynski, Green Bay - Gary B. Hawley, Stevens Point - Linda Honold, Milwaukee - Robert Johnson, La Crosse - Robert Jome, Manitowoc - Joan Kaeding, Oshkosh - Patrick W. Kehoe, Milwaukee - Ron Kind, La Crosse - Thomas M. Kitchen, Fond du Lac - Gerald D. Kleczka, Milwaukee - Irene Klein, Chilton - Herbert H. Kohl - Jim Kreuser, Kenosha - Jack L. Krueger, Green Bay - Jerry LaPoint, Eau Claire - Peg Lautenschlager, Fond du Lac - Barbara Lawton, Algoma - Robert Lehmann, Waukesha - Carol Lers, Pewaukee - George Lewis, Madison - Martha Love, Milwaukee - Michael J. Lowrey, Milwaukee - Christine Marshall, Mequon - George McKinney, Milwaukee - Kelly McMahon, Milwaukee - Mark Meyer, La Crosse - Robert Miller, Alma - Harold Moore, Milwaukee - Jennifer Morales, Milwaukee - Larry Nelson, Waukesha - David R. Obey, Wausau - Marianne Olson, Kenosha - Ken Opin, Madison - Dian Palmer, Brookfield - Constance Palmer-Smalley, Madison - Jolene Plautz, Merrill - Mary Rasmussen, Boyceville - Nehna Rauf, Madison - Iva Richards, Waukesha - Jane Rufe, Appleton - Jeanne Sanchez-Bell, Kenosha - Martin J. Schreiber, Milwaukee - Melissa Schroeder, Merrill - Ryan Schroeder, Delavan - Jennifer Shilling, La Crosse - Steven Singh, Madison - Donsia Strong-Hill, Oneida - Tim Sullivan, Verona - Lena Taylor, Milwaukee - Mary Thurmaier, Stevens Point - Nathan Timm, Mazomanie - Victoria Toliver, Milwaukee - Scott P. Tyre, Middleton - Amy Sue Vruwink, Milladore - Margaret Walker, Stoughton - Russell Wallace, Madison - Daniel Weidner, Bonduel - Peggy West, Milwaukee - Keith Wilhelm, Manitowoc - David Wille, Marshfield - Paula Zellner, Shawano

Alternates (may be incomplete!)
Marjorie Bunce, Chippewa Falls - Veronica Burke, Onalaska - Terrance Craney, Baraboo - Timothy Daley, Union Grove - Robert Fyrst, Madison - Judith Karofsky, Madison - Bryan Kennedy, Glendale - Dawn Marie Sass, Milwaukee - Angela Sutkiewicz, Sheboygan - Michael Tate, Madison - Paulette Timm, Mazomanie - Steven Toney, New London - Richard Trussoni, Chaseburg

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