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Despite DNCs Help Delegate Dilemma Continues

April 3rd, 2008 by flanews

While the Democratic National Committee has vowed to seat a Florida delegation, no decision on how to award the delegates has been reached. Yesterday the DNC released a joint statement with Floridas Democratic Party vowing to work together to seat the delegates. While the national and state parties seem to be working out their differences, the final decision will have to be approved by both Democratic presidential hopeful. State Party Spokesman Mark Bubriski says the Florida Democrats are focused on coming up with a plan to appease both candidates.

“We understand the positions of both campaigns as well, so you know our purpose is to have the voters of Florida recognized in the process and be involved in the national convention so whatever we can do to help bring these two campaigns together on a decision on this we are going to do that,” said Bubriski.

Senate Minority Leader Steve Geller says having the DNCs support doesnt bring Florida any closer to a resolution.

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