Florida & Michigan Delegates
Should the Democratic National Committee recognize the results of Florida's and Michigan's primaries and seat their delegates at the 2008 Democratic National Convention?
The DNC penalized Michigan and Florida for moving their primaries to earlier dates in violation of party rules. Both states were stripped of their delegates, and the party's presidential candidates signed a pledge not to campaign in either state. Florida lost all 210 delegates, including its "super delegates"; Michigan, 156.
The DNC has said it would allow both states to hold different contests, probably caucuses. Either state also can appeal the penalty to the DNC credentials committee. It will not meet again until summer.