The Rules Committee of the Democratic Party has unanimously agreed to give Florida Democrats half their delegation, and has also agreed to give Michigan Democrats half as well. All individuals from those two states will be seated, each with a half-vote. The Florida apportionment of delegates matches the results of the Florida presidential primary. The Michigan apportionment does not match the results of the Michigan Democratic primary, since Barack Obama’s name was not on the Michigan Democratic ballot. Instead, Obama get 59 Michigan half-delegates, and Hillary Clinton gets 69 Michigan half-delegates. Some of the Clinton supporters are still unhappy about today’s compromise and may ask for a revision from the national Credentials Committee.