In the latest bid to get Michigan's delegates seated at the Democratic convention, the AP reports that a top Clinton supporter has filed a challenge to the DNC that would send 28 unpledged superdelegates and 128 pledged delegates to the convention in Denver.
DNC member Joel Ferguson's plan calls for delegates to be allocated based on the results of the Michigan Democratic primary, which Clinton won, although neither candidate campaigned in the state.
The proposal calls for pledged Michigan delegates to get half a vote, while superdelegates would get a full vote at the convention.
Earlier this month, the executive committee of the Democratic Party of Michigan officially declared that the state wouldn't hold a do-over primary, deciding that the idea was just "not practical."
The Obama campaign is still calling for Michigan and Florida delegates to be divided evenly between the two candidates.