Motion of the FL & MI 2008 Democratic primaries

Roger Ryan
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56 Signatures Goal: 100

We the following US citizens and registered Democratic Party members hereby make the following official motion to the National Democratic Party, National Democratic Committee, National Democratic Credentials Committee, National Democratic Convention Committee and the National Democratic Committee Chairman Howard Dean. We move the following: A motion is brought to the floor of the Democratic National Convention whereby all seated chosen delegate members attending the Democratic National Convention are given the opportunity to vote on the following: That the 2008 Democratic Primary elections conducted in the States of Florida and Michigan be accepted as is with all the respective states Democratic primary voters votes counted and there chosen state delegates seated with full delegate voting privileges so that we as the Democratic Party will have a entire 50 states united voice in the selection of the Democratic party nominee for President of the United States.

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    Jennifer Merlin United States
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    Roman Aleksander United States
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    Reen Brust United States
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    Florence Kalma United States
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    Paige Walker United States
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    Jessica Payson United States
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    Donna Schieferstein United States
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    sue dudgeon United States
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    jennifer cochran United States
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    Barbara Adams United States
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    Gabriel Gonzalez United States
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    KANDICE United States
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    Ron Burgundy United States
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    Donna Perdue United States
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    Doshia James United States
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