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originally posted by: darkbake
a reply to: carewemust
This is why I think electronic voting, in any election, is suspect. I recommend paper trails.
originally posted by: putnam6
So Iowa has 1,635,000 registered voters and the Democratic Caucuses drew less than 170,000 LOL or is my math off.
WHILE NO CLEAR WINNER emerged in the immediate aftermath of Iowa's Democratic caucuses Monday night, President Donald Trump handily won the state's Republican caucus, defeating two challengers in a much-expected outcome.
The contest was largely overlooked but served as a reminder that Trump is not seeking the nomination unopposed. Iowa is one of several states that are holding GOP primaries or caucuses, with others having canceled.
The president won 97.1% of the vote, picking up 38 delegates. His challengers, former Rep. Joe Walsh and former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld, won 1.1% and 1.3%, respectively, earning zero delegates.
The Associated Press has reviewed updated results of the Iowa caucuses provided Sunday evening by the Iowa Democratic Party and has decided that it remains unable to declare a winner based on the available information.
The results, AP continues to believe, may not be fully accurate and are still subject to potential revision.
Following the Iowa Democratic Party's release of new results, with 100% of precincts reporting, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders by two state delegate equivalents out of 2,152 counted.
That is a margin of 0.09 percentage points.
The IDP is assigning 14 delegates to Buttigieg and 12 to Sanders. Sen. Elizabeth Warren gets 8, former V.P. Joe Biden is awarded 6 and Sen. Amy Klobuchar gets 1 delegate.