Election 2008

Superdelegate Offers View of Michigan Problem

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In the close race for the Democratic nomination, one problem that remains to be solved is what to do with the delegates stripped from Michigan and Florida. Debbie Dingell of Michigan, a member of the Democratic National Committee and a superdelegate, talks with Steve Inskeep about the options for that state.



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