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Disallowed delegates' fate crucial to Democrats

DNC has no firm strategy to end standoff

By Brian C. Mooney
Globe Staff / February 16, 2008

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Because Barack Obama has pulled ahead of Hillary Clinton in the delegate count, the fate of 366 disallowed delegates from Florida and Michigan could be critical to the dwindling number of scenarios for Clinton to win the nomination this summer. (Full article: 1040 words)

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