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List of 2000 United States presidential electors

This is a list of electors (members of the Electoral College) who cast ballots to elect the President of the United States and Vice President of the United States in the 2000 presidential election. There are 538 electors from the 50 states and the District of Columbia. While every state except Nebraska and Maine chooses the electors by statewide vote, many states require that one elector be designated for each congressional district. Except where otherwise noted, such designations refer to the elector's residence in that district rather than election by the voters of the district.[1]

AlabamaEdit

Glen Dunlap, Bob Fincher, Homer Jackson, Jerry Lathan, Elaine Little, Melba Peters, Martha Stokes, Jean Sullivan, Edgar Welden

AlaskaEdit

Bill J. Allen, Susan Fischetti, Lucy Groh

ArizonaEdit

Joe Arpaio, Linda Barber, Dennis Booth, Webb Crockett, Paul Robert Fannin, LaVelle McCoy, Susan D. Minnaugh, Frank Straka

ArkansasEdit

Pat Dodge, Bud Cummins, Mildred Homan, Betsy Thompson, Jim Hendren, Sarah Agee

CaliforniaEdit

Sunil Aghi, Amy Arambula, Rachel Binah, R. Stephen Bollinger, Roberts Braden, Laura Karolina Capps, Anni Chung, Joseph A. Cislowski, Sheldon Cohn, Thor Emblem, Elsa Favila, John Freidenrich, Cecelia Fuentes, Glen Fuller, James Garrison, Sally Goehring, Florence Gold, Jill S. Hardy, Therese Horsting, Georgie Huff, Robert Eugene Hurd, Harriet A. Ingram, Robert Jordan, John Koza, John Laird, N. Mark Lam, Manuel M. Lopez, Henry Lozano, David Mann, Beverly Martin, R. Keith McDonald, Carol D. Norberg, Ron Oberndorfer, Gerard Orozco, Trudy Owens, Gregory S. Pettis, Flo Rene Pickett, Theodore H. Plant, Art Pulaski, Eloise Reyes, Alex Arthur Reza, C. Craig Roberts, Jason Rodríguez, Luis D. Rojas, Howard L. Schock, Lane Sherman, David A. Torres, Larry Trullinger, Angelo K. Tsakopoulos, Richard Valle, Karen Waters, Don Wilcox, William K. Wong, Rosalind Wyman

ColoradoEdit

Bob Beauprez, Marcy Benson, Robert Dieter, Mary Hergert, Robert Martinez, Ralph Nagel, Lilly Nunez, Joe Rogers

ConnecticutEdit

Nick Balletto, Frank Cirillo, Marilyn Cohen, Gloria Collins, Kimberly Ford, Thomas McDonough, Ken Slapin, Clorinda Soldevila

DelawareEdit

Michael A. Begatto, Margaret Rose Henry, Ruth Ann Messick

District of ColumbiaEdit

FloridaEdit

Alred S. Austin, Deborah L. Brooks, Armando Codina, Maria De La Milera, Sandra M. Faulkner, Thomas C. Feeney III, Feliciano M. Foyo, Jeanne Barber Godwin, Dawn Guzzetta, Cynthia M. Handley, Adam W. Herbert, Al Hoffman, Glenda E. Hood, Carole Jean Jordan, Charles W. Kane, Mel Martinez, John M. McKay, Dorsey C. Miller, Berta J. Moralejo, H. Gary Morse, Marsha Nippert, Darryl K. Sharpton, Tom Slade, John Thrasher, Robert L. Woody

GeorgiaEdit

Anna R. Cablik, Teresa Jeter Chappell, Charles Commander Clay, Fred Cooper, James C. Edenfield, Winnie C. LeClercq, Brenda R. (B.J.) Lopez, Carolyn Dodgen Meadows, Alec Poitevint, Eric Tanenblatt, Cynthia Teasley, Virgil R. Williams, Bob Young

HawaiiEdit

Michael Amii, Marsha Joyner, Joy Kobashigawa Lewis, Pedro Racelis Jr.

IdahoEdit

Phil Batt, Connie Hansen, James McClure, Orriette Sinclair

IllinoisEdit

Joan Brennan, Dave Bybee, Vilma Colom, Barbara Flynn Currie, John P. Daley, Vera Davis, James DeLeo, Marge Friedman, Charles A. Hartke, Kathryn 'Tinker' Harvey, Carolyn Brown Hodge, Constance A. Howard, Mary Lou Kearns, Michael J. Madigan, William Marovitz, Shirley McCombs, Molly McKenzie, Victory McNamara, John Nelson, Donald Pedro, Daniel M. Pierce, and Jerry Sinclair.

IndianaEdit

Rodric D. Bray, Roger A. Chiabai, Beverly Gard, Don Heckard, Marla Irving, Virginia Lee, P.E. MacAllister, Barbara L. McClellan, Michael D. McDaniel, Max Middendorf, Michael Miner, Virgil Scheidt

IowaEdit

Jeff Heland, Angelyn King, Paulee Lipsman, Emil Pavich, John O'Brien, Ernest Ricehill, David Tingwald

KansasEdit

Shari Caywood, Gene Eastin, Richard Eckert, Susan Estes, Mark Heitz, Charles Hostetler

KentuckyEdit

George S. Beard, William S. Farish Jr, Robert B. Fearing, Connie S. Hayes, G. Richard Noss Jr., A. Douglas Reece, Michael A. Shea, Larry Joe Walden

LouisianaEdit

Patricia Brister, Donald Ensenat, Heulette Fontenot Jr., Mike Foster, Steve Jordan, Elizabeth Levy, Al Lippman, Suzanne Haik Terrell, Michael Woods Sr.

MaineEdit

Joseph Mayo (District 1), William Phillips (District 2), Christopher Babbidge (At-Large), Dorothy Melanson (At-Large)

MarylandEdit

Clarence W. Blount, Gene W. Counihan, Howard Friedman, Mary Ann E. Love, Thomas V. Mike Miller, Mary Butler Murphy, Mary Jo Neville, Gregory Pecoraro, Ina Taylor, Beatrice P. Tignor

MassachusettsEdit

Patrica Armstrong, Russell A. Ashton, George C. Barnoski, Robert E. Colt, Stephen Patrick Driscoll, John M. Flynn, Roberta Goldman, Etta B. Goodstein, Frederick R. Koed, Margaret MacKenzie, Carolyne DeVore Parks, Marcia L. Sweeney

MichiganEdit

Lana Boldi, John D. Cherry, Patty Fedewa, Sigrid L. Grace, Dona Jean Graham, Freman Hendrix, Jeff Jenks, John Kelly, Don Oetman, Ken Oke, Charles Prather, Jim Ramey, Iris K. Salters, Judith L. Strong, David P. Taylor, Juli Trudell, Mary Warner, Marie Weigold

MinnesotaEdit

Carol Bartels, Prudy Cameron, Joan Campbell, Elmer Deutschmann, Elizabeth Kalisch, Matthew Little, Glenda Meixell, John Meuers, Janis Ray, Georgiana Ruzich

MississippiEdit

Bob Anthony, Miki Cassidy, Thomas Colbert, Delbert Hosemann, Ellen Reineke, John Junkin, Kent Nicaud, and Winona LaDuke

MissouriEdit

David Barklage, Bruce Bredeman, Marc Ellinger, Gordon Elliott, John Hancock, Stan Horacek, Homer Johnson, John Judd, Michael Korte, Dennis Owens, Al Rotskoff

MontanaEdit

Thelma Baker, Jack Galt, Tillie Pierce

NebraskaEdit

Mary Johnson (District 1), Lee Terry, Sr. (District 2), Howard Lamb (District 3), Mildred Curtis, John Y. McCollister (At-Large)

NevadaEdit

Jane Ham, Trudy Hushbeck, William Raggio, Tom Wiesner

New HampshireEdit

Stephen Duprey, Wayne MacDonald, Augusta Petrone, Alida Weergang

New JerseyEdit

Paul M. Bangiola, Angelo R. Bianchi, Mamie Bridgeforth, Dennis P. Collins, John Garrett, Deborah Lynch, Patricia McCullough, John P. McGreevey, June B. Montag, W. Michael Murphy, Jeffrey L. Nash, Barbara A. Plumeri, Julia Valdivia, Stephen S. Weinstein, Charles Wowkanech

New MexicoEdit

Tom Atcitty, Rick Blea, Diane D. Denish, Jeep Gilliland, Mary Gail Gwaltney

New YorkEdit

Susan I. Abramowitz, Leslie Alpert, Martin S. Begun, David L. Cohen, Carolee A. Conklin, Martin Connor, Lorraine Cortez Vasquez, Inez Dickens, Cynthia Emmer, Herman D. Farrell Jr., Emily Giske, Patrick G. Halpin, Raymond B. Harding, Judith Hope, Denis M. Hughes, Virginia Kee, Bertha Lewis, Alberta Madonna, Thomas J. Manton, Deborah Marciano, Helen Marshall, Carl McCall, Elizabeth F. Momrow, Clarence Norman Jr., Daniel F. Donohue, Shirley O'Connell, G. Steven Pigeon, Roberto Ramirez, Michael Schell, Sheldon Silver, Andrew Spano, Eliot Spitzer, Randi Weingarten

North CarolinaEdit

Fran Barnhart, Claude Billings, Sam Currin, Tom Dwiggins, A. Dial Gray, Barbara Holt, Marshall Hurley, Margaret King, Jeff Mixon, Joe L. Morgan, Steve Rader, Robert Rector, Dewitt Rhoades, Linda Young

North DakotaEdit

OhioEdit

Alex R. Arshinkoff, Alan P. Bedol, Robert T. Bennett, Deborah Burstion-Donbraye, John J. Chester, John D. Chiappetta, Leanna Coil, Jo Ann Davidson, Danny D. Hamilton, Donna J. Harter, Pat Hennessey, Paul M. Hoag, John H. McConnell, Doug Miller, Pakkiri Rajagopal, Mercer Reynolds, Pauline S. Riel, Shirley Sadler, Donald G. Simmons, Clarence R. Smith, W.R Timken Jr.

OklahomaEdit

Steve Byas, James Cruson, Paul Hollrah, Kristal Markowitz, Bob McDowell, Donald O'Nesky, Tom Prince, George W. Wiland

OregonEdit

Barbara Davidson, Jim Edmunson, Moshe Lenske, Dorothy MacKay, Louise Poteet, Maria Smithson, Judy Sugnet

PennsylvaniaEdit

Kathy Black, Richard W. Bloomingdale, Robert P. Casey Jr., H. William DeWeese, Nelson Diaz, William M. George, Ken Jarin, James J. Johnston, Edward Keller, Robert Mellow, Tom Murphy, Robert O'Connor, Lazar M. Palnick, Stephen R. Reed, T. J. Rooney, Joyce Savocchio, John F. Street, Patsy J. Tallarico, Christine M. Tartaglione, Margaret M. Tartaglione, Marian Tasco, Sala Udin, Anna Verna

Rhode IslandEdit

Joyce E. Caprio, Donald R. Sweitzer, Mark S. Weiner, Susan Weiner

South CarolinaEdit

Cynthia F. Costa, Danny R. Faulkner, Thomas H. McLean, William B. Prince, Dan Richardson, Douglas L. Wavle, Cecil F. Windham Sr., Buddy Witherspoon

South DakotaEdit

TennesseeEdit

Lamar Alexander, Daniel Dirksen Baker, Lana Bowman Ball, Nancy Cunningham, Winfield Dunn, Jimmy Exum, Jim Henry, Raja Jubran, Anie Kent, Patti Saliba, Mamon Wright

TexasEdit

Ernie Angelo, James R. Batsell, Carmen P. Castillo, Mary Ceverha, Ken Clark, Hally B. Clements, Mary E. Cowart, Sue Daniel, Michael Dugas, Betty R. Hines, Jim Hamlin, Cruz G. Hernandez, Chuck Jones, William Earl Juett, Neal J. Katz, Betsy Lake, Adair Margo, Loyce McCarter, Joseph I. Oniell III, Michael Paddie, Nancy Palm, Howard Pebley Jr., Robert J. Peden, Helen Quiram, James B. Randall, Clyde Moody Siebman, Stan Stanart, Henry W. Teich Jr., Randal Tye Thomas, James Davidson Walker, Tom F. Ward Jr., Gayle West

UtahEdit

VermontEdit

Violet Coffin, A. Jeffry Taylor, Alan Weiss

VirginiaEdit

Parker J. Bena, Vincent F. Callahan Jr., Patsy W. Drain, Gloria Taylor Fisher, Ann H. Garrett, Philip J. Infantino III, Edith M. Light, Luther E. 'Ikey' Miller, Frances M. Sadler, George William Thomas Jr., H. Evans Thomas V, Gary E. Waddell, Peyton Anthony White

WashingtonEdit

Debbie Aldrich, Vic Battson, Charlotte Coker, Jim Frush, Tim Hattenburg, Rachel Lake, Nancy McGinnis, Carol Sue Perkins, Debbie Regala, Carl Schwartz, Paul Steinberg

West VirginiaEdit

James H. Harless, John H. McCutcheon II, Jo Slaughter, Charles S. Trump IV, Flip West

WisconsinEdit

Alice Clausing, Pedro Colon, Paulette Copeland, Reynolds Honold, Joan Kaeding, Mark McQuate, Ruth Miner-Kessel, Christine Sinicki, Tim Sullivan, Angela Sutkiewicz, Charlie Wolden

WyomingEdit

Judy Catchpole, Gale Geringer, John Patton

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ DaveMN. "Becoming an elector (D-Minnesota) – Citizen Elector". Citizenelector.us. Retrieved 2011-03-18.
Preceded by
1996
Electoral College (United States)
2000
Succeeded by
2004