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New York Delegation to the
2004 Republican National Convention

Delegates (may be incomplete!)
Patricia L. Acampora, Mattituck, Long Island - George Alexander, Buffalo - James Auberger, Rochester - Elizabeth Brilliant, Fishkill - Maggie Brooks, Rochester - Joseph L. Bruno, Brunswick town, Rensselaer County - Tammy Buck, Rochester - Noelle Burley, Spencerport - Melvin Burruss, Peekskill - Lauren Caciopo, Maspeth, Queens - John P. Cahill, Albany - Edward Coyne, Long Island City, Queens - Harry J. D'Agostino, Menands - Joan Dawson, New York - Anita Delgado, White Plains - Martin Donnelly, Andes - Mary O. Donohue, Albany - John J. Faso, Kinderhook - Michel Faulkner, New York - James Finkle, Canandaigua - Eleanor Friedman, New York - Vincent Gallo - Joel Giambra, Buffalo - Carmen Gomez-Goldberg, Yonkers - Irene Halligan, New York - M. Catherine Hollinshead, Chateaugay - Lolita Jackson, New York - Katherine James, Jamaica, Queens - Joan B. Johnson, Central Islip, Long Island - Lore Koppel, Fort Plain - John Jay LaValle, Mt. Sinai, Long Island - Thomas W. Libous, Binghamton - Tan Mei Lin, Flushing, Queens - Elizabeth O'C. Little, Queensbury - Serphin R. Maltese, Middle Village, Queens - Kathleen Marchione, Halfmoon - Fernando Mateo, Irvington - Raymond A. Meier, Rome - Elaine Miller, Binghamton - Howard W. Mills, Goshen - Stephen Minarik, Webster - Diane C. Moje, Ridge, Long Island - Thomas P. Morahan, New City - Charles Nesbitt, Albany - Michael F. Nozzolio, Seneca Falls - George Pataki - Diana Centrella Prevete, Roslyn, Long Island - Philip Ragusa, Beachhurst, Queens - Richard St. James, Brooklyn - Peter Savago, New Paltz - Peter J. Schmitt, Massapequa, Long Island - Dede Scozzafava, Gouverneur - Dean G. Skelos, Rockville Centre, Long Island - Marty Smith, Herkimer - Nicholas A. Spano, Yonkers - Mary Tamburlin, North Tonawanda - Alexander Treadwell, Albany - Ralph Vanner, Kenmore - Alma Whitaker, Jamaica, Queens - Lewis Wilson, Cobleskill - James W. Wright, Watertown - Catharine M. Young, Olean

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