[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.l.cnn.net/cnn/2008/POLITICS/05/29/democrats.challenge/art.michiganflorida.gi.jpg caption="Protesters voice their concerns outside the DNC headquarters on Capitol Hill in April."]WASHINGTON (CNN) - With just three contests left in the Democratic primary season, Sen. Hillary Clinton is making a big push for votes. But her presidential hopes may now hinge on a meeting of a Democratic Party panel.
At issue: Will Clinton's wins in the disputed Florida and Michigan primaries count at the convention?
On Saturday, the Democratic Party has to make two big choices: The first is how many delegates from Florida and Michigan to seat.