Presidential Campaigns Move to Michigan

Hoping to pump new life into his campaign, Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean visited the Michigan State University campus on Thursday.

The former Vermont governor told an overflow crowd that is campaign is like the Spartan's basketball victory on Wednesday night, a come from behind effort.

At stake here in Michigan is the state's 128 delegates up for grabs in the Democrats February 7 presidential caucus.

Apparent frontrunner John Kerry was campaigning outside the state, but sent fellow senator Edward Kennedy to push for support. Kennedy also was met by a large crowd on the MSU campus.