Could a second Michigan presidential primary be piggy-backed onto a scheduled May 6 Michigan election on education issues?
It appears from at least one news report that such an option is being seriously considered. The Associated Press, in a story carried in the Lansing State Journal, reported that option on Friday (March 14, 2008).
The date of the scheduled May 6 election probably would be moved to accommodate the primary. But it seems like piggy-backing on top of an already planned election would save the Democrats some money.
Neither the Detroit News nor the Detroit Free Press report the piggy-back option in their stories on negotiations regarding a do-over primary.
But all three stories suggest time is running short.