Harold Ickes email, May 4, 2007

Harold Ickes email, May 4, 2007: Harold Ickes was Clinton's point man on the issue of Florida and Michigan. Throughout the campaign, he kept tabs on the ongoing strife between the two states and the Democratic National Committee--he did not try to influence it until too late.

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