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(2008-03-11)
(wgvu) - Barack Obama's campaign has concerns about the
possibility of Michigan and Florida holding a Democratic
presidential vote by mail.
Democratic leaders in the two states are considering a mail-in
election to allocate delegates to the Democratic National
Convention between Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The Democratic National Committee will not seat delegates chosen
by primaries held in January, earlier than allowed under party
rules.
David Axelrod is Obama's senior strategist. He says that the
campaign is reserving final judgment until a plan is offered.
Clinton won both primaries, but all the Democratic candidates
had agreed not to participate since the contests were held in
violation of party rules.
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