# of Dels
Delegates to the 2004 Democratic
Pledged Delegates (Kerry 9, Sharpton 4, Dean 3)
District Level Delegates (Kerry 6, Sharpton 2, Dean 2)
Selected at DC Democratic Congressional District Conventions held at the University of the District of Columbia Physical Activities Center, March 6, 2004 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. based on results of the Feb. 14, 2004 Ward Caucuses.
Congressional District One - Ward 1, 2, 6 and 8
Male-1: Andy Litsky
Females-2: Betty Smalls; Linda Lingle
Alternate-1: John Morton
Male-1: Charles Allen
Female-1: Katherine Boettrich
Congressional District Two- Wards 3, 4, 5 and 7
Males-2: James Bubar; Keith Washington
Female-1: Claire Lucas
Alternates-2: Male-1: Kurt Vorndran; Female-1: Cathleen Harrington
Male-1: Robert "Bob" King
Female-1: Desa Ruffin
3, Sharpton 2, Dean 1)
Selected at the D.C. Democratic State Committee's Delegate Selection Convention Meeting, April 29, 2004
|Mary Burke Washington||(Wife of former Mayor Walter Washington)|
Harry Thomas, Jr.
A. Scott Bolden - State Party Chair
Patricia Elwood - State Party Vice Chair
Barbara Lett Simmons
Morton Bahr - President, Communications Workers of America.
Donna Brazile - former campaign manager for Al Gore. Served as as chief of staff to DC Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton.
Mary Eva Candon - attorney at Berliner, Candon & Jimison.
Yolanda Caraway - former Deputy Chair of the DNC under Paul Kirk, former Chief of Staff to the National Rainbow Coalition, senior adviser to the late Ron Brown, Vice-Chair of the 2000 DNC Convention Site Selection Committee.
Maria Echaveste - attorney and consultant in Washington, DC. Was the highest ranking Latino ever to serve in the White House as Assistant to the President and Deputy Chief of Staff in the Clinton's second term. Previously Administrator of the Wage and House Division of the Department of Labor.
Hartina Flournoy - at American Federation of Teachers. Finance director for Gore 2000.
Harold Ickes - heads The Media Fund, a 527 organization. Former Deputy White House Chief of Staff, described as the architect of Clinton's 1996 re-election.
Ben Johnson - Deputy Chair of the DNC; served all eight years of the Clinton Administration starting as an Associate Director in the Office of Public Liaison and finishing as Assistant to the President and Director of the President's Initiative for One America; served two years in the Carter Administration.
Minyon Moore - at the Dewey Square Group heading up its state and local affairs shop. She served as chief operating officer at the DNC, responsible for the day-to-day running of the party, after directing DNC chair Terry McAuliffe's transition in the first part of 2001. Appointed as White House deputy director of political affairs in Feb. 1997 she became director of public liaison in May 1998 and finished as director of political affairs. In the 1996 cycle she served as national political director at the DNC.
Mirian Saez -
Elizabeth M. Smith -
James J. Zogby - President, Arab American Institute
National Democratic Ethnic Coord. Comm.
U.S. House Eleanor Holmes Norton
U.S. Senate Florence Pendelton
U.S. Senate Paul Strauss
Notes. Caraway was
as a member of Clark's national steering committee on Jan. 22, 2004.
was announced as a senior advisor to the Dean campaign on May 22,
Moore serves as an advisor to Kerry.
Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.