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The solution to the Florida delegate debacle?

At least according to former presidential hopeful Rep. Dennis Kucinich. CQ Politics is reporting that the Ohio Democrat has proposed a plan to seat Florida and Michigan's delegations "based on the results of a fresh round of polling in the two states.

"The plan would base the distribution of delegates on polling conducted by three firms, one selected by each campaign and a third chosen by the other two companies. Delegates would be apportioned based on the composite findings of the three polls. None of the firms could have previously been employed by either campaign."

No word on whether the plan has legs: "Simple, accurate and cost effective, this solution is nevertheless no substitute for actual voting," Kucinich acknowledged. "But it is better than any other solution proposed thus far."