Election 2008

Fate of Mich., Fla. Delegates Still Unclear

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Weeks after voters in Michigan and Florida went to the polls, it's still uncertain whether their delegates will be seated at the Democratic National Convention. The national party stripped them of their delegates when they decided to hold their primaries early.

Now the race between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama is so close that neither is likely to win enough delegates to secure the nomination in the remaining primaries. So the status of the Michigan and Florida delegates looms large.



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