Possible Democratic 'Do-Overs' Could Tip Race

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Adam Smith, political editor for The St. Petersburg Times, explains the buzz about possible "do-over" primaries in Michigan and Florida. The Democratic National Committee stripped both states of all delegates for holding primaries too early.

Bill Ballenger, editor and publisher of the newsletter Inside Michigan Politics, also weighs in on the prospect of do-over elections or caucuses in Michigan.



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