This just in via my Newsmax.com newsletter:
WASHINGTON — Officials in Michigan and Florida are showing renewed interest in holding repeat presidential nominating contests so that their votes will count.
The governors of both states are now saying they would consider holding a sort of do-over contest by June. So are top officials in Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign.
That’s a change from their previous insistence that the primaries their states held in January should determine how the state’s delegates are allocated.
Clinton won both contests, but the results were meaningless since the elections were in violation of party rules. The Democratic National Committee stripped both states of their delegates for holding the primaries too early. The candidates agreed not to campaign in either state.
Very interesting, for Clinton, especially in light of the fresh results from Ohio and Texas …