Florida. Only in Florida.
Florida law prohibits election officials from authenticating votes cast in the Democratic Party's proposed do-over primary by mail, state officials said Thursday, a potentially fatal blow to the increasingly embattled plan.
Even the Florida Dem party head who wrote the memo outlining the mail in scenario says this mail in vote is likely not to happen.
And, here's another "50-50" solution as it's being floated around. Michigan's delegates would be split evenly 50-50, and Florida's delegates would be halved meaning Clinton gets the same ratio as the existing vote but it would net her only +19 pledged delegates.
(On the other hand, all of the superdelegates in these states would suddenly come into play, and, per Chuck Todd, Clinton might pick up 20 of them. (Are they halved too?))
Later: Chuck Todd says a Michigan primary revote may be moving forward, but also floats the idea of a fixed 52-48 result being accepted.