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Tracking Iowa Caucus Results 2020

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Chart of precincts tells an interesting story of the race between Buttigieg and Bernie. 
 

yellow = Buttigieg

teal = Sanders

purple = Biden

green = Klobuchar

 

Warren is not showing. AFAIK she is not leading in any precincts.
 

 

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86% reporting now and still too close to call. 
 

  First Vote Final Vote Total S.D.E.s
Candidate Votes Pct. Votes Pct. Votes Pct.
Buttigieg 33,784 21.5% 39,111 25.5% 512 26.7%
Sanders 38,095 24.3 40,053 26.1 488 25.4
Warren 29,269 18.7 31,388 20.5 352 18.3
Biden 23,415 14.9 21,090 13.7 306 15.9

 

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1 hour ago, Olivaw said:

86% reporting now and still too close to call. 
 

  First Vote Final Vote Total S.D.E.s
Candidate Votes Pct. Votes Pct. Votes Pct.
Buttigieg 33,784 21.5% 39,111 25.5% 512 26.7%
Sanders 38,095 24.3 40,053 26.1 488 25.4
Warren 29,269 18.7 31,388 20.5 352 18.3
Biden 23,415 14.9 21,090 13.7 306 15.9

 

 

 

Thanks.

 

Did you hear?

 

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Surprise surprise the DNC apparently aired the phone number for precincts to call in and Trump's people clogged the lines is one of the reasons for the delays.

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1 hour ago, fourputt said:

Surprise surprise the DNC apparently aired the phone number for precincts to call in and Trump's people clogged the lines is one of the reasons for the delays.

 

They are all dirty.

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As of this AM, it's getting closer instead of clearer:

 

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With 97% of Iowa's precincts reporting, the former mayor remained the leader of the race, with 26.2% of state delegates. He's closely trailed by Sanders, with 26.1%.
 
They're followed by Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 18.2%, former Vice President Joe Biden at 15.8% and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar at 12.2%.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/02/05/politics/democratic-primary-iowa-still-counting/index.html

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In a stunning turn of events, Sen. Bernie Sanders is threatening to take the lead in the main measure of Iowa Democratic caucus results. After a vote update late last night, former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg now leads Sanders by only three state delegate equivalents. In percentage terms, that’s 26.2 percent to 26.1 percent — significantly tighter than the 2-point race it was earlier in the day on Wednesday.

https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/satellite-caucuses-give-a-surprise-boost-to-sanders-in-iowa/

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Short analysis of the problems by NYT:

Iowa Caucus Results Riddled With Errors and Inconsistencies

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/02/06/upshot/iowa-caucuses-errors-results.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share

 

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The mistakes do not appear intentional, but they raise questions about whether there will ever be a completely precise accounting.”

 

The errors suggest that many Iowa caucus leaders struggled to follow the rules of their party’s caucuses, or to adopt the additional reporting requirements introduced since 2016. They show that the Iowa Democratic Party, despite the long delays, failed to validate all of the results fully before releasing them to the public.

 

It appears that the new system and rules were complex. People on the front lines struggled to adapt. In the confusion, mistakes were made. For example, numbers were entered into wrong spreadsheet columns etc. 
 

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7 hours ago, RollingRock said:

As of this AM, it's getting closer instead of clearer:

 

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With 97% of Iowa's precincts reporting, the former mayor remained the leader of the race, with 26.2% of state delegates. He's closely trailed by Sanders, with 26.1%.
 
They're followed by Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren at 18.2%, former Vice President Joe Biden at 15.8% and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar at 12.2%.

 

To recap:...

 

The Iowa Dem Party has been giving us the data as it comes - 62%, 71%, 85% ,....

After satellite caucuses, 97% of the votes are counted. Bernie surges and is about to take the lead in delegates.

 

As everyone eagerly awaits the final 100% results....

Tom Perez tweets "Enough is enough..... I am calling on the Iowa Democratic Party to immediately begin a recanvass."

WTF??

The Iowa Democratic Party was not given advance notice of Perez's demand for a recount. Recanvass requests can only be accepted from the candidates themselves, not by DNC edict.

 

Tom Perez has failed miserably.. and continues to fail.

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1 hour ago, ExPDXer said:

 

To recap:...

 

The Iowa Dem Party has been giving us the data as it comes - 62%, 71%, 85% ,....

After satellite caucuses, 97% of the votes are counted. Bernie surges and is about to take the lead in delegates.

 

As everyone eagerly awaits the final 100% results....

Tom Perez tweets "Enough is enough..... I am calling on the Iowa Democratic Party to immediately begin a recanvass."

WTF??

The Iowa Democratic Party was not given advance notice of Perez's demand for a recount. Recanvass requests can only be accepted from the candidates themselves, not by DNC edict.

 

Tom Perez has failed miserably.. and continues to fail.

 

Total corporate toady shill.

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Buttigieg declared the winner by 0.1 conveniently before he goes on stage at CNN.

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4 hours ago, bludog said:

 

I think that is a good indication of what will also happen in NH. But in NH Bernie will probably win that total by a larger margin.

 

And with Biden toast, Bernie has an even better chance in that state and nationwide.

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13 hours ago, WillFranklin said:

 

I think that is a good indication of what will also happen in NH. But in NH Bernie will probably win that total by a larger margin.

 

And with Biden toast, Bernie has an even better chance in that state and nationwide.

Bidens going to have a real problem if he's won no states and March 3rd Bloomberg taking another bite

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I like the people of Iowa who go out to caucus, but caucuses are strange as heck. It's like a rolling rock that gathers no moss and sometimes doesn't even make its way all the way down the hill. Or is it up to the hill?

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On 2/7/2020 at 7:23 PM, fourputt said:

Bidens going to have a real problem if he's won no states and March 3rd Bloomberg taking another bite

 

Biden and the establishment corporate toadies have no good ideas.

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34 minutes ago, laton said:

 

Biden and the establishment corporate toadies have no good ideas.

they are cornered / feeling destitute / at a loss / seems evident / has been for a long time now.

But do not fall into the pit, they say. But I like you. Like I like the Talking Heads - and a Robert Frost Poem.

 

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