I don’t see a practical way to hold a caucus in Michigan. Given that 600,000 Michigan voters participated in a primary that was held in accordance with Michigan law, it seems to me that it would not be practical or fair to throw out the results of that election.

On March 29, each congressional district will select its delegates at 15 Congressional District Conventions. I continue to believe that Michigan’s delegates will be seated at the national convention in August.

Read Ryan J. Davis's post "Let Florida and Michigan Vote" at The Hill's Pundits Blog.