Iowa releases 62 percent of caucus results after delay

By STEVE PEOPLES, THOMAS BEAUMONT and ALEXANDRA JAFFE Associated Press
Democratic Party officials in Iowa have released more than 60 percent their delayed caucus results. Confusion and chaos still hang over Iowa and its first-in-the-nation presidential contest. Frustrated presidential candidates plowed ahead in their quest for nomination, most of them already in next-up New Hampshire. All claimed to be encouraged by Iowa voters  in Monday’s voting, especially Vermont Sen. Bernie Senators and Pete Buttigieg of Indiana. Republican President Donald Trump mocked them all and their party and said he was the only one who could claim a victory in Iowa.

Results from ABC News (62 percent reporting):

Pete Buttigieg 27%
Bernie Sanders 25%
Elizabeth Warren 18%
Joe Biden 16%
Amy Klobuchar 13%

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