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America Votes 2008 / Democrats / Florida and Michigan / Discussion #894217

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Mar 16, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The lawsuit brought by Victor DiMaio†† against the Democratic National Committee for its decision not to seat Florida delegates at the national convention noted. [DNC chairman Howard DEAN – defends the decision.] The situation in Michigan, which also was stripped of its delegates, reviewed. Live in-studio discussion held with The DeMoss Group president Mark DeMoss†, The Schapiro Group president Beth Schapiro† and “Creative Loafing” editor Ken Edelstein† about the controversy over primary “do-overs” and the impact on the campaigns of Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. [DeMOSS, SCHAPIRO, EDELSTEIN – offer views.]
Sanchez, Rick

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