Another deadline has come and gone, and Miami still doesn't know if it will be the host city for next year's Democratic National Convention.
Party leaders had said a final site selection would be made by the end of February.
Miami is competing against Houston and Milwaukee to host the event scheduled for July of next year.
DNC Chairman Tom Perez has personal ties to Wisconsin and many think that gives the mid-west site a competitive edge.
If they choose Houston, that could improve Democratic turnout in the historically "red" state.
Supporters of a Miami convention say South Florida has experience hosting these kinds of large-scale events and could energize voters in nation's the biggest swing state.