The "Florigan Plan," February 25, 2008

The "Florigan Plan," February 25, 2008: With Clinton's delegate gap looming as a serious problem, a group of her advisers drew up a proposal to seize back momentum by demanding revotes in Florida and Michigan. Dubbed the "Florigan Plan," it called on Clinton to issue a challenge to Obama on the morning of March 5, the day after her expected wins in Texas and Ohio.

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