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Iowa Democratic caucuses: Hillary wins by a narrow margin

Iowa Democratic caucuses: Hillary wins by a narrow margin

India Blooms News Service | 02 Feb 2016, 09:03 pm
Des Moines, Feb 2 (IBNS) Former US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, won the Democratic Iowa caucus by a narrow margin of 0.3% over Vermont senator Bernie Sanders.
On early Tuesday morning, Clinton won with 49.9 percent of the vote while Sanders bagged 49.6 percent. 
 
According to local media reports, results of 90 precincts went missing in the hours following the caucuses, delaying the results.
 
The race was a closely fought one, with at least three precincts reportedly decided by coin toss. In each reported instance, Clinton won the toss.
 
More than 171,000 voters participated in the closest Iowa Democratic caucus in history, according to the media.

Iowa Democratic caucuses: Hillary wins by a narrow margin

India Blooms News Service
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