Michigan Caucus in Candidates' Sights

By: Tim Skubick
By: Tim Skubick

Michigan now becomes the focal point for democratic presidential politics with backers of John Kerry, Howard Dean and John Edwards hoping to land the state's 185 delegates.

With John Kerry winning the Iowa caucus, the question is can he do it in Michigan? One of his supporters, Senator Buzz Thomas, says his guy comes into the contest as an underdog because Kerry has not been in the state.

For her part, Gov. Jennifer Granholm remains on the fence hinting she might make an endorsement before the Feb. 7 Michigan vote. She wants to see the results from New Hampshire next week before she makes a decision on whether to endorse, and if so, whom.

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