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Miss America 1986

Miss America 1986
Date September 14, 1985
Presenters Gary Collins
Venue Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, New Jersey
Broadcaster NBC
Winner Susan Akin
Mississippi
Miss America 1986, the 59th Miss America, pageant, took place at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey on September 14, 1985, and was broadcast on NBC Network.

Results

Delegates

  • Alabama - Angela Tower
  • Alaska - Kristina Christopher-Taylor
  • Arizona - Diane Lynn Martin
  • Arkansas - Christi Taunton
  • California - Lisa Davenport
  • Colorado - Linda Trimmer
  • Connecticut - Lorine Guagenti
  • Delaware - Lisa Anne Patrick
  • District of Columbia - Cherie A. Ward
  • Florida - Monica Bruni Farrell
  • Georgia - Samantha Mohr
  • Hawaii - Jeanne Miyamoto
  • Idaho - Nanette South
  • Illinois - Karen Moncrieff
  • Indiana - Laurie Broderick
  • Iowa - Sherri Bowman
  • Kansas - Carolyn Jo Kirgis
  • Kentucky - Laurie Janine Keller
  • Louisiana - Carol Carter
  • Maine - Mary Nightingale
  • Maryland - Jennifer Charlton
  • Massachusetts - Lisa Kleypas
  • Michigan - Alecia Rae Masalkoski
  • Minnesota - Elizabeth Hunter
  • Missouri - Lisa Coverdale
  • Mississippi - Susan Akin
  • Montana - Julie Culbertson
  • Nebraska - Julie Meusburger
  • Nevada - Sonja Nall
  • New Mexico - Valerie Joy Faber
  • New Hampshire - Tami Brisebois
  • New Jersey - Toni Georgiana
  • New York - Jill Privateer
  • North Carolina - Joni Bena Parker
  • North Dakota - Elizabeth Ann Jaeger
  • Oklahoma - Felicia Ferguson
  • Ohio - Suellen Cochran
  • Oregon - Dana Marie Kocks
  • Pennsylvania - Lea Schiazza
  • Rhode Island - Lori Ann Boucher
  • South Carolina - Sherry Annette Thrift
  • South Dakota - Amy DeHeer
  • Tennessee - Sonya Pleasant
  • Texas - Jonna Fitzgerald
  • Utah - Gina Larsen
  • Vermont - Erica Van Der Linde
  • Virginia - Kimberly Lynn Johnson
  • Washington - Clemencia “Honey” Castro
  • West Virginia - Rebecca Porterfield
  • Wisconsin - Mary Kay Anderson
  • Wyoming - Tamra Jo Dereemer

External links

  • Miss America official website
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