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Florida Will Not Hold a "Do-Over" Democratic Primary

Florida Democratic Party Chairwoman Karen Thurman just announced it's not gonna happen:

Florida"Last week, the Florida Democratic Party laid out the only existing way that we can comply with DNC Rules - a statewide revote run by the Party - and asked for input. Thousands of people responded. We spent the weekend reviewing your messages, and while your reasons vary widely, the consensus is clear: Florida doesn’t want to vote again. So we won’t. A party-run primary or caucus has been ruled out, and it’s simply not possible for the state to hold another election, even if the Party were to pay for it. Republican Speaker of the Florida House Marco Rubio refuses to even consider that option. Florida is finally moving to paper ballots, which is a good thing, but it means that at least 15 counties do not have the capacity to handle a major election before the June 10th DNC primary deadline. This doesn’t mean that Democrats are giving up on Florida voters. It means that a solution will have to come from the DNC Rules & Bylaws Committee, which is scheduled to meet again in April."

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  1. Interesting that no one was willing to even try to attempt to answer my question or send me a link to show how Hillary can win the nomination without a Super Delegate overrule.

    At least we did get one honest person here that made it clear that he was OK with letting the Supers reverse the will of the popular vote.

    It's clear that this elephant in the room is somethiing that none of the Hillary supporters want to think about or talk about.

    CODY, to answer your question, because we're up to our eyeballs in corrupt Republicans in this state.

    Posted by: Zeke | Mar 18, 2008 2:58:44 PM

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