(CNN)— The Democratic Rules and Bylaws Committee is preparing to make the final ruling Saturday on how many delegates to seat from Michigan and Florida. In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, CNN’s Suzanne Malveaux gives a preview of what the decision could mean for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama's chances at the Democratic nomination.
Clinton’s hoping for a big win in Puerto Rico’s primary Sunday to bolster her argument she is ahead in the popular vote. The New York senator has been heavily campaigning on the island along with Bill and Chelsea Clinton. CNN’s Jessica Yellin reports.
Meanwhile: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid are putting the pressure on the undecided superdelegates—asking them to help wrap up the Democratic nomination.
Plus: just as the controversy surrounding Rev. Jeremiah Wright seems to have subsided, Barack Obama’s campaign is forced to apologize for another pastor’s inappropriate remarks.
Finally: in a podcast exclusive, CNN’s Jennifer Mikell has your weekly dose of trail mix — the most memorable moments making waves on the campaign trail this week.
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