Edwards, Obama Shun Michigan Ballot

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Most Democrats have shunned the Michigan primary altogether after the state's rogue decision to move up the date. Alex Chadwick talks to Mark Brewer, chairman of the Democratic party in Michigan, about efforts to get out the vote despite a dearth of candidates. We also examine what spurred the primary conflict and whether this makes Michigan irrelevant.



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