The Democratic Party finally came to a conclusion on how to deal with the rogue states of Florida and Michigan. One of the more interesting points to me was not the many interruptions by spectators or the unannounced closed-door meeting. No, it was the details of the deal. They decided to seat all delegates from both states, but only allow each delegate a ½ vote. This was an alternative to another proposal that would have seated 50% of the delegates from each state. Which solution they chose made a difference in the number of delegates each of the remaining candidates would receive. Only in the Democratic Party does .50 not equal ½.