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California Delegation to the
2004 Republican National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Dick Ackerman, Irvine - Dianne Alexander, Thousand Oaks - Susan Allen, Mountain View - Walter Allen, Covina - Annelise Anderson, Portola Valley - Catherine Anderson, Alpine - Eloise Anderson, Sacramento - Alfred Balitzer, Claremont - Jim Battin, Palm Desert - Glen Becerra, Simi Valley - Bruce Bialosky, Studio City, Los Angeles - Rochelle Bird, Moraga - Jeffrey Bissiri, Valley Village, Los Angeles - Linda Boyd - Kathleen Ruth Brugger, Ontario - James L. Brulte, Etiwanda - Jonathan Buettner, Los Banos - Marilyn Butcher, Ukiah - Sandra Duncan Campbell, Lincoln - Victoria Anne Casacca, Salinas - Pat Clarey, Studio City, Los Angeles - Nancy Comaford, Rancho Palos Verdes - Robinette Cook, Gridley - J. Pamela Corradi, Burbank - David Cox, Fair Oaks - John Cruz, San Clemente - Laura Saucedo Cunningham - Lynn Daucher, Brea - Linda Dealy, Del Mar - Karen A. DeWalt, Bakersfield - John Duncan, Tiburon - Bob Dutton, Rancho Cucamonga - LaVawn Engles, San Jose - Timothy Escobar, La Mirada - Brooks Firestone, Los Olivos - Paula Fong, Los Angeles - Steve Frank, Simi Valley - Bonnie Garcia, Cathedral City - Mary George, Los Angeles - Carlos Getino, Downey - Araceli Gonzalez, Anaheim - Leslie A. Goodman, Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles - Margie Handley, Willits - Mike Harris, Petaluma - James Hartman, Berkeley - Michael Harvey, Arcata - Ray Haynes, Temecula - Randal Hernandez, Long Beach - Nhut Ho, San Jose - Gloria S. Hom, Palo Alto - Martha House, Hacienda Heights - Mark Iles, Culver City - Mark Isler, Van Nuys, Los Angeles - Carole Matchette Jenkins, Chatsworth, Los Angeles - G. Amber Johnson, Hilmar - Deidre Kelsey, Snelling - Sheraly Khwaja, Montebello - Lorelei Kinder, Fallbrook - Don Knabe, Los Angeles - Kimberly Kuebler, San Jose - Henry Kuiper, El Centro - Tim Lefever, Dixon - Mark Anthony Leggio, Rancho Cucamonga - Bill Leonard, Ontario - Kris Lesher-Aring, Clayton - Mark Leyes, Garden Grove - Richard Loa, Palmdale - Fred Lowell, Belvedere - Jean C. Lu, San Jose - Natalie Lui, Palo Alto - Abel Maldonado, Sacramento - Jeannine Martineau, Lake Elsinore - William H. Mattos, Newman - Jonathan Mayes, Alameda - Gary Mendoza, Sierra Madre - Velma Montoya, Los Angeles - Shirley Moore, Chino - Vishwas More, Alamo - Johnnie Morgan, Los Angeles - Tim Morgan, Santa Cruz - Ron Nehring, El Cajon - Peter Newman, Pebble Beach - George Opacic, Walnut Creek - Richard Oules, Granite Bay - Rod Pacheco, Riverside - Elaine Park - Mercedes Paz-Slimp, Culver City - Anna Peschong, Atascadero - Bill John Postmus, San Bernardino - Curt Pringle, Anaheim - Stephen Puetz, Fallbrook - Cecilia Ramos, Los Angeles - Audrey Redmond, Fresno - Frank Ricchiazzi, Laguna Beach - Sharon Runner, Lancaster - Janice Rutherford, Fontana - Shayan Samii, Los Angeles - Emily Sanford, Huntington Beach - Marlene Sario, Exeter - Jeff Sedivec, San Marcos - Kevin Shakespeare, Kingsburg - Mike Spence, West Covina - William Stein, Sacramento - Barbara Stidham, Sonoma - George Sundheim, Palo Alto - Thomas Topuzes, El Centro - Reza Torkzadeh, Northridge, Los Angeles - Josh Ramon Valdez, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles - Kyle Vallone, San Ramon - Ruth Van Bemmel, Santa Rosa - Julie Vandermost - Sam Wakim, Mt. Shasta - Sean Walsh, Piedmont - Isela Ward, Long Beach - Suzi Wilson, Benicia - Carolyn Yellis, Anaheim - Art Yoon, Hermosa Beach - Paul Zee, South Pasadena - Charlene Zettel, Poway

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