Iowa: 56 Delegates and 8 Alternates

Allocation Factor Total 
Base Dels
Dist. 
Level
At-
Large
PL/
EOs
Total
Pldgd
Dels
DNC
Mbrs
U.S.
Cong.
Dem. 
Govs.
Dist. 
Party Ldrs
Add-on Upldg
    .
Total
Upldg
Dels
Total
Del. Votes
Total
# of Dels
Total 
# of 
Alts
Total 
Delg. 
Size
0.01294  39  29  10  6  45  8  2  0*  0  1  11  56  56  8  64

Delegates to the 2004 Democratic National Convention
Pledged Delegates
The 29 Delegates and 8 Alternates below were elected at the five congressional district conventions held on April 24, 2004:
(23 Kerry, 4 Edwards, 2 Dean)
1st Congressional District (Convention held in Monticello)
Kerry
Megan Simpson, Dubuque
Matthew Schmidt, Preston
Rep. Bob Osterhaus, Maquoketa
Terry Murphy, Dubuque
Alternate: Rep. Deborah Berry, Waterloo
Edwards
Patrick Johnson, Clinton 
Dean
Elesha Gayman, Davenport 

2nd Congressional District (Convention held in Danville)
Kerry
Rep. Mary Mascher, Iowa City
Megan Heneke, Iowa City
Floyd Hendred, Ottumwa
Alternate: Tom Furlong, Letts
Edwards
Gary Ficken, Cedar Rapids
Lauren Haldeman, North Liberty 
Dean
David Leshtz, Iowa City

3rd Congressional District (Convention held in Johnston)
Kerry
Ray Brown, Des Moines
Alan Koslow, West Des Moines
Mary Maloney, Des Moines
Nancy Bobo, Des Moines
Dori Rummelsburg-Dvorak, Clutier
Daniel Grossberg, Louisville
Alternate: Frank Sample, Des Moines
Edwards Dean

4th Congressional District (Convention held in Ames)
Kerry
Jackie Norris, Ames
John Tekippe, Waukee
Tom Salvatore, Fort Dodge
Betty Haviland, Ames
Daryl Lewis, Clear Lake
Alternate: Katherine Allikan, Carlisle
Edwards
Kumari Henry, Madrid
Dean

5th  Congressional District (Convention held in Carroll)
Kerry
Connie Bear King, Sioux City
Rep. Roger Wendt, Sioux City
Rep. Paul Shomshor, Council Bluffs
Anne Cowley, Sioux City
Teresa Wolff, Sioux City
Alternate: Kate Gronstal, Council Bluffs
Edwards Dean

Elected at the State Convention held June 26, 2004 in Des Moines:
(all pledged to Kerry)
At-large Delegates
Som Baccam, Des Moines
Augustus Lartius, Boone
Miguel Moreno, Glenwood
John (Tom) Powers, Waterloo
Monica Severson, Cedar Rapids
Mary Campos, Des Moines
Elizabeth Junk, Ames
Christina Butts, Des Moines
Sally Good, Des Moines
Linda Langston, Cedar Rapids
Alternates
State Rep. Ro Foege, Mt. Vernon
Newman Abuissa, Iowa City
State Sen. Amanda Ragan, Mason City

PLEOs
State Rep. Helen Miller, Ft. Dodge
State Sen. Mike Gronstal, Council Bluffs
Frances Boggus, Council Bluffs
Linda Nelson, Council Bluffs
State Rep. Swati Dandekar, Marion
Justin Shields, Cedar Rapids
 

Add-on Unpledged delegate
Christy Vilsack

Unpledged Delegates
DNC members
Gordon Fischer - Chair, Iowa Democratic Party
Julie Thomas - First Vice Chair, Iowa Democratic Party
Tom Vilsack - Democratic Governors' Association
Sally Pederson - Nat'l Association of Democratic Lt. Governors
Chet Culver - Democratic Association of Secretaries of State
Mike Fitzgerald - Nat'l Association of Democratic State Treasurers
Pat Marshall (Cedar Rapids) - Iowa DNC Member
Ken Rains (Des Moines) - Iowa DNC Member
*Gov. Vilsack counted as DNC Member

Congressional members
Sen. Tom Harkin
Rep. Leonard Boswell
 

Notes: Pat Marshall and Ken Rains (Dec. 10, 2003), Dr. Julie Thomas (Jan. 9, 2004) and Sen. Tom Harkin (Jan. 9, 2004) all endorsed Gov. Dean during the caucus campaign.  Gov. Tom Vilsack remained neutral during the caucus campaign before endorsing Sen. Kerry on Jan. 29, 2004.
 

Copyright © 2004  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.