Re-votes Looking Unlikely A second vote in Michigan and in Florida are looking improbable, which doesn't bode well for Hillary Clinton's run at the nomination. Can Clinton beat Barack Obama without votes from the two states?
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Re-votes Looking Unlikely

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Re-votes Looking Unlikely

Re-votes Looking Unlikely

Re-votes Looking Unlikely

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A second vote in Michigan and in Florida are looking less and less likely, which doesn't bode well for Hillary Clinton's run at the nomination. Alex Chadwick talks to analyst Juan Williams about whether Clinton can beat Barack Obama without votes from the two states.