Call to order, National Committee Chairman Richard N. Bond
Election of temporary officers
Remarks: Sally Atwater, wife of the late National Committee Chairman Lee Atwater
Call of the convention, Permanent Secretary Cheryl Lau, Nevada secretary of state
* National Republican Congressional Committee candidates; National Republican Senatorial Committee candidates
* Credentials, Chuck Yob, Michigan
* Permanent organizations, state Rep. Sandra Mortham, Florida
* Rules and order of business, Wisconsin Gov. Tommy G. Thompson
* Resolutions (Platform), committee chairman, Sen. Don Nickles, Oklahoma
Subcommittee on Individual Rights, Good Homes and Saf Streets: Mary Summa, North Carolina; Keith Butler, Michigan
Subcommittee on Family Values, Education and Health Care Joyce L. Terhes, Maryland; Ann Wilson, Mississippi
Subcommittee on Economy, Trade, Jobs and the Budget: Gadd Vasquez, California; Nancy Sheltra, Vermont
Subcommittee on Reforming Government and the Legal System Tom Hartnett, South Carolina; Jan Landis, Illinois
Subcommittee on Wise Use of Our Land, Food and Resources Ally Miller, Nebraska; Joe Barton, Texas
Subcommittee on Foreign Policy, National Defense an Intelligence Needs: Sen. Richard G. Lugar, Indiana; Bo Calloway, Colorado; Cheryl Lau, Nevada
Call to order
* Jay Kim, California congressional candidate, mayor, Diamond Bar, Calif.
* Rep. Guy Vander Jagt, Michigan, chairman, National Republican Congressional Committee
* Sarah Flores, assistant county supervisor, Los Angeles
* Sen. Phil Gramm, Texas, chairman, National Republican Senatorial Committee
* Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Florida
* Kay Bailey Hutchison, Texas treasurer, temporary convention chairman
* Sen. Alan K. Simpson, Wyoming
* Carla A. Hills, U.S. trade representative
* Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar
* South Carolina Gov. Carroll A. Campbell Jr.
* Sen. John McCain, Arizona
* Condoleezza Rice, former special assistant to the president for national security affairs
* Former Sen. Paul Laxalt of Nevada
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Call to order
Speeches and presentations:
* Jeanie Austin, co-chairman, Republican National Committee
* P. J. Morgan, mayor, Omaha, Neb.
* Al Cardenas, Republican State Central Committee, Dade County, Fla.
* The Rev. E. V. Hill, pastor, Mount Zion Baptist Church, Los Angeles
* Rep. Barbara Vucanovich, Nevada
* Rep. Nancy L. Johnson, Connecticut
* Ellen R. Sauerbrey, minority leader, Maryland House of Delegates
* Michael Deland, chairman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality
L * Matt Fong, member, California State Board of Equalization.
* Bill Althaus, York, Pa., president, U.S. Conference of Mayors
* Jose Nino, president, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C.
* Victor Ashe, mayor, Knoxville, Tenn.
* Barbara Todd, Pinellas County, Fla., vice president, National Association of Counties
* Joan Hastings, Tulsa, Okla., president, Council of Republican County Officials
* Nao Takasugi, mayor, Oxnard, Calif.
* Ken Harper, Kentucky, president, National Republican Legislators Association
National Republican Congressional Committee candidates
National Republican Senatorial Committee candidates
Republican National Committee Official Auxiliary groups
Call to order
* Rep. Robert H. Michel, Illinois, House minority leader
* Wisconsin Gov. Tommy G. Thompson
* Education Secretary Lamar Alexander
* Commerce Secretary Barbara Hackman Franklin
* William K. Reilly, administrator, Environmental Protection Agency
* Michigan Gov. John Engler
* Health and Human Services Secretary Louis W. Sullivan
* Energy Secretary James D. Watkins
* Massachusetts Gov. William F. Weld
* Gadde Vasquez, supervisor, Orange County, Calif.
* The Rev. Keith Butler, Word of Faith Christian Center, Detroit city councilman
* Rep. Newt Gingrich, Georgia, House whip
* Housing and Urban Development Secretary Jack F. Kemp
* Treasurer Cathy Villalpando
7+ Keynote address, Sen. Phil Gramm, Texas
Call to order
* New Jersey Assemblyman Jose Sosa
* Missouri Gov. John D. Ashcroft, chairman, National Governors' Association
* The Rev. Marion G. "Pat" Robertson
* Kay James, associate director, Office of National Drug Control Policy
* Ohio Gov. George V. Voinovich
* California Gov. Pete Wilson
* Mary Fisher, founder, Family AIDS Network
* Marilyn Quayle, wife of the vice president
* Barbara Bush, wife of the president
Nomination speech, Labor Secretary Lynn Martin
Nomination seconding speeches:
* Sen. Mitch McConnell, Kentucky
* Gloria Gonzales-Roemer, Colorado delegate
* Pat Saiki, administrator, Small Business Administration
* J. C. Watts, Oklahoma, member, Corporate Commission
* William J. Bennett, former secretary of education
Roll call of states
Call to order
* Lynne Cheney, chairwoman, National Endowment for the Humanities
* Former President Gerald R. Ford
Acceptance speech, Vice President Dan Quayle
* Gale Norton, Colorado attorney general
* Sen. Bob Dole, Kansas, Senate minority leader
Acceptance speech, President Bush
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