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Michigan Agrees on Re-Vote, Florida Not Settled

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  • Greg Cannon
    http://politicalwire.com/archives/2008/03/14/michigan_agrees_on_revote_florida_not_settled.html Michigan Agrees on Re-Vote, Florida Not Settled Negotiators in
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      Michigan Agrees on Re-Vote, Florida Not Settled

      Negotiators in Michigan "settled today on a state-run
      primary, most likely to be held June 3," according to
      the Detroit Free Press. Sen. Hillary Clinton "is said
      to be onboard with the idea of the full primary. Less
      certain, however, is whether the Democratic
      frontrunner, Barack Obama, will agree to the plan."

      Meanwhile, in Florida, Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) "began
      floating the idea Friday of seating half the state's
      186 pledged delegates at the party's national
      convention," the Orlando Sentinel reported. "The
      Nelson plan still gives Clinton the edge, based on her
      17 percentage-point win in January. But instead of
      gaining 38 delegates, Clinton's victory margin in
      Florida would be reduced to 19."

      March 14, 2008
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