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Democrat Delegates
(2008-02-08)
(wgvu) - LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton will get the lion's
share of Democratic national convention delegates after winning the
state's Jan. 15 presidential primary.
The Michigan Democratic Party said Friday that Clinton will get
73 pledged delegates after winning 55 percent of the statewide
vote.
Another 55 delegates will be uncommitted since 40 percent of the
Democratic voters chose uncommitted. Because Barack Obama and John
Edwards had taken their names off the ballot, many of their
supporters voted for uncommitted.
The state also has 28 superdelegates, many of whom remain
uncommitted, for a total of 156.
Michigan has been stripped of its delegates for moving up its
primary, but party leaders expect the delegates to be seated at the
national convention.
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