Georgia convention delegate lists for Tampa, Charlotte

Georgia’s Republican and Democratic parties have now released the official lists of their delegates to this summer’s national conventions, elected over the last two weekends.

First, from the GOP, the list of 84 Tampa-bound delegates and alternates, drawn from the 14 congressional districts on the 2012 ballot:

District 1

Ruby Robinson, D

Anne Mueller, D

Stephen Lambeth, D

Carl Smith, A

Kay Godwin, A

Wesley Cox, A

District 2

Brad Hughes, D

Ed Rynders, D

Don Cole, D

Ben Harrell, A

Joe Brannan, A

David Futral, A

District 3

Brant Frost, D

Kathy Noble, D

Marty Harbin, D

Vicki Temple, A

Ben Johnson, A

Dale Jackson, A

District 4

Gloria Tow, D

Tim Fleming, D

Lynn Brown, D

Rachel Little, A

Linda Park, A

John White, A

District 5

John Garst, D

Henry Schwab, D

Ginger Howard, D

William Kelly, A

Anthony Lewis, A

Orit Sklar, A

District 6

Patrick Burns, D

Lynne Riley, D

Anne Lewis, D

Ric Mayfield, A

Suzi Voyles, A

Dan Israel, A

District 7

Peggy Green, D

Jason Thompson, D

Joan Zellner, D

Judy Bailey, A

Richard Ward, A

John Merritt, A

District 8

Vivian Childs, D

Roy Campbell, D

Jason Downey, D

Valarie Meyers, A

Barbara Schmader, A

Lott Dill, A

District 9

Jim Pilgrim, D

Melanie Crozier, D

Andrew Turnage, D

Rick Post, A

Kelley Gary, A

Kimberly Gurtler, A

District 10

Brian Burdette, D

Debbie Dooley, D

Bruce Williamson. D

Andrew Strickland, A

Kirk Shook, A

Marie Caudill, A

District 11

Barry Loudermilk, D

Joe Dendy, D

Judy Griffin, D

Brad Carver, A

Larry Mrozinski, A

Rick Davies, A

District 12

Lawton Sack, D

Nancy Bobbitt, D

Catherine Bernard, D

Daniel Burton, A

Megan Seda, A

Linda Clarkson, A

District 13

Barbara Hickey, D

Michael McNeely, D

Sahar Hekmati, D

Cheryl Espy-Dalton, A

Amanda Parsons, A

Richard Thompson, A

District 14

Teresa Tatum, D

Layla Shipman, D

Stephan Passantino, D

Hoyt Brown, A

Joseph Gullett, A

Elliott Echols, A

An additional 31 Georgia delegates and 31 alternates will be elected at-large at the May convention of the Georgia GOP in Columbus. Three more — the state party chair, a national committeeman and national committee woman — are automatic delegates.

Democrats:

Below is the list of 72 Georgia delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, N.C., drawn from the state’s current 13 congressional districts:

District 1:

Miguel Camacho – Savannah

Laverne Gaskins – Valdosta

Joseph Segui – Waynesville

Audrey Stewart – St. Simons

Al Williams – Midway

District 2:

Vivian Bishop – Columbus

Constance Burkes – Albany

Winfred Dukes – Albany

Lynmore James – Montezuma

Kattie Kendrick – Fort Valley

District 3:

Delia Crouch – Newnan

Markgetta Jackson-Langford – Fayetteville

Kevin Madden – Peachtree City

Arnold Martin – Fayetteville

Marion Ray – Jonesboro

Morris Steward – Newnan

District 4:

Thomas Brown – Atlanta

Barbara Campbell – Lithonia

Tobias Campbell – Decatur

Camille Davis-Williams – Lithonia

Melva Hicks – Scottdale

John Washburn – Avondale Estates

Vincent Williams – Decatur

District 5:

Andrea Boone – Atlanta

Terrinne Briggs – Atlanta

Emma Darnell – Atlanta

Justin Giboney – Atlanta

Mo Ivory – Atlanta

C.T. Martin – Atlanta

Reese McCranie – Atlanta

District 6:

Joshua Altman – Canton

David Gowdy – Alpharetta

John Morgan – Marietta

Celestine Mosley – Roswell

Florence Shelton-Clark – Johns Creek

District 7:

Steffini Bethea – Snellville

Robert Byars – Peachtree Corners

Ilene Johnson – Lilburn

Austin Thompson – Duluth

Cheryl Williams – Duluth

George Williams – Duluth

District 8:

Paul Bronson – Macon

Sarah Hunt – Macon

Fenika Miller – Warner Robins

Mary Neville – Lizella

DuBose Porter – Dublin

District 9:

John Anthony – Dalton

Oliver Cobb – Dalton

Joan Huddleston – Blue Ridge

Venda Young – Cumming

District 10:

James Dustin Baker – Athens

Lowell Greenbaum – Augusta

Jana Hill – Clayton

Janice Mathis – Bogart

Jerry Swain – Martinez

District 11:

Derrick Brown – Kennesaw

Michelle Cooper Kelly – Marietta

Ashley Lee – Rome

Nathan McNeal – Kennesaw

Tania Phillips – Acworth

District 12

Diane Brack Evans – Avera

John Brewer – Ailey

Tawana Garrett – Savannah

Quentin Howell – Milledgeville

L.C. Myles, Jr. – Hephzibah

District 13

Gail Davenport – Jonesboro

Donzella James – College Park

Maurice Madden – Hampton

Alisha Morgan – Austell

Melissa Prescott – Fayetteville

Wilbur Purvis – Douglasville

Kevin Thomas – Jonesboro

Two additional elections will fill out the remaining Georgia spots for the DNC. On May 12, an election will be held to elect 14 “public leaders and elected officials” or PLEOs. On May 19, an election will be held to choose 24 at-large and nine alternates. Jimmy Carter holds a voting position as well, in deference to his former position as a U.S. president.

- By Jim Galloway, Political Insider

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28 comments Add your comment

Look before I leap...

April 24th, 2012
5:49 pm

Interesting that the Dems are sending 119 and the GOP only 84.
But why are the Dems using the old District map?

Mr. KnowitAll

April 24th, 2012
6:15 pm

Talk about keeping in the “Old Guard”! The Dems hold out delegate spots for 14 “public leaders and elected officials” or PLEOs. That’s Grass Roots?????

Repubs do not have reserved voting delegate spots for the Old Guard leadership. EVERYBODY has to run and be elected.

Talk about stifling new blood out of the party!!!!

Nation of Laws

April 24th, 2012
6:33 pm

Put an asterisk next to the Republican 13th District. It’s being appealed due to numerous documented rules violations that occurred at the District Convention.

honested

April 24th, 2012
6:39 pm

If all the esteemed repugs were ‘raptured’ would anyone notice?

GoldenChild

April 24th, 2012
6:39 pm

Democrats and their communist dictator Obama “gotts to go”. Vote them ALL out of office NOW……….

Attack Dog

April 24th, 2012
7:24 pm

The GOP primaries are so messed up that they really have no clue as to who should be their candidate. Did the MSM get it wrong, but is it true that the only person NOT to win Iowa is Newt? Dixiecrats slight of hand about voter ID, while they can’t even get their own election right! Women Rise Up!

Attack Dog

April 24th, 2012
7:28 pm

If Obama has got to go, then so does Boehner, McConnell, and all of the obstructionist, NOW, please, dear heavens, please…Dixiecrats are required to start every sentence against Obama that George W. Bush was a great president!

honested

April 24th, 2012
8:44 pm

Attack…

One can dream.

But remember, without the President they would have no one to blame for their persistent, colossal failure.

td

April 24th, 2012
9:02 pm

You Dems are so clueless that you do not even know Georgia has an additional Congressional district. Ohh, I forgot this blog conveniently left off the blog about the Obama justice department approved the new maps.

td

April 24th, 2012
9:04 pm

honested

April 24th, 2012
8:44 pm

When you wake up from that dream you will realize Conservatives are have been are currently in and will be after your death still in control of this state.

northgeorgiaboy

April 24th, 2012
9:23 pm

looks like there are no democrats int he 14th district…..harharhar…..

GaBlue

April 24th, 2012
9:26 pm

td,

Do you seriously have no life of your own? Bless your heart! Newsflash, Sparky: People who AREN’T you do things every day that have nothing to do with you, and are none of your beeswax, and nobody cares about your ceaseless diarrhetic commentary on all things not about you.

td

April 24th, 2012
10:20 pm

GaBlue

April 24th, 2012
9:26 pm

The sad thing is you probably could not keep up with my work or off time schedule. I own two businesses (really one active and one passive) and work 10 to 12 hours per day. I have two children in school, cook their dinner everyday, wash their clothes, both are in sports (never missed a game or match). Being able to keep up with these blogs and tell the truth about conservatism is really not that hard when you have the right equipment and the ability to multi task.

Just admit it that you can not stand to hear the truth. You know conservatism is the best philosophy and the Democrats have left that philosophy behind many years ago but you just can not give up that loyalty to a dead party in this state. You are probably a lot like my grandfather was. He was a good conservative, union member truck driver blue dog democrat. He refused to see the change in the party with Carter. But he was wise enough to see how Carter’s liberal policies hurt the country and finally voted for Reagan to get that loser out of the white house. He still voted for Dems in the state until the day he died. Loyalty is a great thing but being loyal to the disregard of your own philosophical beliefs is just plain dumb.

td

April 24th, 2012
10:25 pm

“Tonight is the beginning of the end of the disappointments of the Obama years and the start of a new and better chapter that we will write together.”

Mitt Romney in his speech tonight after winning four primaries.

chernoff

April 24th, 2012
10:29 pm

bush lied, romney’s a robot.

Centrist

April 24th, 2012
11:17 pm

So tomorrow we will be greeted with yet another blog here about Newt. AJC article:
“Gingrich re-evaluating campaign after Del. loss

Newt Gingrich said he was rethinking his bid for the presidency after another series of disappointing primary showings Tuesday night, but he stopped short of dropping out. ‘Over the next few days we’re going to look realistically at where we’re at,’ Gingrich said”

The voters LONG AGO re-evaluated his campaign and roundly REJECTED it. His ego does not allow him to understand that nobody outside of the AJC cares whether he “re-thinks” his long dead campaign. All other reporters abandoned him. The biggest crowd he draws are his Secret Service agents. Maybe they will be released this weekend.

(Good joke most of you will be repeating tomorrow: If the Secret Service can’t be serviced secretly, who can?)

mehlman rings twice

April 24th, 2012
11:40 pm

Centrist,
I tried to tell people that the women of this country were not going to reward Calista Gingrich with the position of FLOTUS after sleeping with another woman’s husband.

mehlman rings twice

April 24th, 2012
11:46 pm

Good one Centrist,
The sad truth with those secret service agents is that just like George Zimmerman, guns and alcohol don’t mix very well.

mehlman rings twice

April 25th, 2012
12:02 am

td,
Conservative retirees who voted for Bush in 2004 discovered in 2008 that conservatism subtracted money from their retirement accounts and added years to their working life. That said, although Mr. Romney may not remember the worst economic meltdown in nearly 80 years, many working people and investors certainly do remember.

GP

April 25th, 2012
1:26 am

4th District GOP is being challenged as well for rules violations.

zeke

April 25th, 2012
5:53 am

hope folks watched pbs frontline on 2008 crash last nite, thank you mostly republicans, bill clinton and bob rubin. mehlman rings twice is correct. though some of the folks on wall st might vote democratic on social issues (after all they are pretty brite) and hedge their bets by giving money to dems, they really adhere to repub philosophy of every man for himself at any costs, bunch of greedy ba$tards. show had clip of barnes trying to fight predatory lending but first order of business after he was defeated was to repeal that law…..and look at metro home prices now. yes the people who got those shady loans are somewhat at fault because many of them dumb as hell when it comes to finance but everyone in the food chain from agent, broker, banks, to wall st knew they were doing wrong.

europe is also wavering wondering if their so called austerity measures were ill timed. get ready for another crash.

WORKING STIFF

April 25th, 2012
6:47 am

It’s time to shake the etch-a-sketsh.

Bennie

April 25th, 2012
7:17 am

The old racist Emma Darnell is still a democrat delegate?

honested

April 25th, 2012
8:05 am

It does seem to be a waste of time and money all around.

The President is already selected as the winning candidate and the republicans don’t even like the second place finisher.

Out by the Pond

April 25th, 2012
8:58 am

More fuzzy math from Look before I Leap. Reoubs are sending 118 plus alternates not 84. 118 if they can figure out who won or not in at least 2 districts.

Tom

April 25th, 2012
9:06 am

Nothing will happen with the results from the 13th. Hekmati is Everhart’s chubby lil’ lapdog.

robo

April 25th, 2012
9:32 am

This state will not be in play for the Democrats this year. In fact, the entire Southern region will be strongly in the Romney column – especially if Romney makes a Southern VP pick. The general election is for Obama to lose since fuel prices and unemployment will probably inch down a little bit this fall right before the election – giving the administration a symbolic boost. If they cannot capitalize on those events, it will be a Romney win by several points. Then again, if fuel prices don’t come down and unemployment ticks up, we will have a new president in January.

Mos Eisley

April 25th, 2012
10:28 am

A more wretched hive of scum and villain, you will never elsewise find.