Sen. Hillary Clinton's name is staying on the Michigan Democratic primary ballot.

A campaign aide said this afternoon that Clinton will not follow four of her rivals by dropping out of the Michigan contest.

"We will honor the pledge and not campaign or spend money in any state that is not in compliance with the DNC calendar, but it is not necessary to take the steps necessary to remove Senator Clinton's name from the ballot," said Howard Wolfson, Clinton's communications director.

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