McCain Holds Slim Lead in Michigan; Who Would You Vote For Today?
In day one of the first Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby tracking poll of Michigan, John McCain’s lead over Mitt Romney is within the statistical margin of error.
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Due to jockeying by the Michigan Democratic Party to move its primary date forward the election is being held without the official support of the Democratic National Committee. The national party has threatened to sanction any candidate who campaigns in the state. Therefore, only New York Senator Hillary Clinton, Ohio Representative Dennis Kucinich and former Alaska Senator Mike Gravel’s names appear on the ballot.
Read more at our sister site, Michigan Messenger, for the latest news on the 2008 presidential primary.
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