Compromise in Michigan Draws Closer

| Wed May 14, 2008 2:23 PM EDT

The Obama campaign is now praising a compromise plan created by Michigan's Democratic leaders that would seat the Michigan delegation with 69 delegates for Clinton and 59 delegates for Obama. The Clinton team objects, seeking a full recognition of the January vote (Clinton took 55 percent of the vote in Michigan, "uncommitted" took 40 percent), but if Obama gets the delegates he needs to become the nominee through the superdelegates and the pledged delegates of the other 48 states, he can seat the delegations however he pleases.

What say you, Florida?

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