Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg won Monday’s Iowa caucus with 26.9% of the state delegates, followed by Senators Bernie Sanders with 25.1%, Elizabeth Warren in third with 18.3%, and Joe Biden placing fourth with 15.6%.
Democrats used a new voting app from Shadow, Inc, that malfunctioned and prevented many caucus site leaders from uploading their results. Buttigieg was a financial contributor to Shadow, the maker of the app. Bernie Sanders, who was cheated out of the nomination last year, reportedly sent five lawyers to meet with party officials after he sent field workers to polling locations to gather an independent count. -GEG
Tucker Carlson interviewed Jimmy Dore, a liberal, who said the Democratic party is against candidates who represent workers and that Bernie Sanders will be cheated with the help of the media that pushed the story that Buttigieg won. He further explained that both parties follow the same agenda as they are beholden to their donors
Update (02/05 01:30 p.m.): Buttigieg maintained a slim lead in Iowa after the second round of results from Monday night’s caucus were released, according to The Hill.
The results, which accounted for roughly 71 percent of the precincts that voted, showed the former South Bend, Ind., mayor with 26.8 percent of the delegate share. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) nipped at his heels with 25.2 percent.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and former Vice President Joe Biden rounded out the top four with 18.4 percent and 15.4 percent, respectively.
The Iowa Democratic Party earlier Tuesday released results for 62 percent of precincts, showing Buttigieg and Sanders in the lead. With the substantial number of precincts left to count and the margin so slim, the race remains too close to call.
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Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg won Monday’s Iowa caucus with 26.9% of the state delegates, followed by Sens. Bernie Sanders in second (25.1%) and Elizabeth Warren in third (18.3%) according to Iowa Democratic Party (IDP) Chair Troy Price, after 62% of statewide precincts were finally counted.
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