Florida's shot down a mail in re-vote in the Democratic primary, and Michigan isn't any closer either.
Michigan's 156 delegates may not be seated because the state's Democratic primary was held too early. And state party leaders are still trying to decide if they'll do a do-over.
Under the latest Michigander plan, the state party would reimburse the state government for a re-do on June 3.
Florida gave up on a do-over Monday. Florida's 211 delegates are also out in the cold for now. Their fate will be left up to national Democratic leaders. (CNN)