Clinton Camp Keeps Up Florida, Michigan Arguments


Senior advisor Harold Ickes and spokesstrategist Howard Wolfson hold morning media call.

Ickes reiterates position that the Clinton camp wants all delegates from both states to be seated with a full vote.

Also defends voting for the Florida, Michigan sanctions as a DNC member in the first place, says punishment was imposed and it’s time to make sure the two states are included in general.

Wolfson points to Axelrod NPR interview, says both campaigns agree the status quo is unacceptable.

Plus: Clinton, Obama offer lengthy interviews to the St. Pete Times, focusing mostly on seating Florida’s delegates. Read more here.

More: NY Daily News says “busloads” of Clinton supporters plan to swarm the DNC’s May 31 meeting on seating the delegations.

And: DNC members are getting packages containing oranges with the words “Count Florida’s Votes” on them from individual voters.

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