November 16, 2007

Michigan Democrats say they'll stick with primary — for now

mlive.com:
"Michigan Democrats said Wednesday they're sticking with the Jan. 15 presidential primary — for now.

But Democrats are holding onto the option of switching to a caucus if the primary isn't held, or even if it is.

It's unclear at this point what will happen. A circuit court last week ruled the law setting up the primary is unconstitutional, and the Michigan Court of Appeals has agreed to hear oral arguments in the case Thursday. State officials have asked that the ruling be overturned and that the court hand down a decision quickly."

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