Did Hillary Clinton Really Win Iowa? New Errors Detected in Caucus Results

02/05/2016 10:17 pm ET | Updated Feb 05, 2016
  • Brian Hanley Political reporter covering the Bernie Sanders campaign

Today, Iowa Democratic Party officials reported errors in the state's caucus results. The news comes just days after Hillary Clinton was named the official winner in Iowa. Defeating Bernie Sanders by two tenths of one percent, she took home 23 of the state's 44 delegates. Bernie Sanders was awarded the remaining 21 delegates.

However, those numbers are now subject to change, in light of newly confirmed discrepancies in the caucus results. According to one precinct secretary, the results announced at his precinct don't match those released by the Iowa Democratic Party. Discrepancies like these are currently under review.

The final tally is likely to change.


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