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Wed August 10, 2011
AP: Michigan Dems say no presidential primary here in 2012
There will be no presidential primaryelection for Michigan Democrats in 2012.
Chairman Mark Brewer said Wednesday that national convention delegates will be picked through party meetings around the state, starting next May.
President Barack Obama, a Democrat, is expected to run unopposed for a second term next year.
Brewer says Michigan Democrats will hold caucuses in May at approximately 200 locations. He says more than 200 people will be delegates or alternates at the national convention.