Florida and Michigan could go from having no say in the Democratic nominating process to deciding the nominee if their states' political leaders succeed in getting their delegates seated.
The Democratic National Committee stripped both states of their delegates for violating party rules by scheduling their primaries too early.
But Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are running such a tight race that it looks like neither candidate will get the 2,024 delegates needed to clinch the nomination. Read full article »
CNN's Ted Barrett contributed to this report.