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originally posted by: JacKatMtn
a reply to: introvert
sounds like a great representation of the Democratic process, though I am wondering if you are familiar with the differences in the DEM vs GOP approach to this in Iowa...
From my live tally, the GOP is reporting 12.2% with individual vote tallies, and the DEMs are at 29.2% reporting and theirs are represented by SDEs (State Delegate Equivalents)
IS that a party choice on how they report?
originally posted by: schuyler
originally posted by: introvert
By the way, many if not most of the caucuses didn't get started until 7 cst. They usually take a couple hours, so everyone needs to hang tight. It will be a bit till we get real solid numbers.
So do the "polls close at 8pm" or does it go on longer than that? And, since the polls have not closed, why are we getting any results at all?